Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Lucky Star signage arrives on St. Mark's Place

The signage went up yesterday at 34 St. Mark's Place for Lucky Star, one of three downtown outposts for the 1950s-style ice cream shop.

As reported in early June, Trigger, the longtime owner of the live music venue/bar the Continental (1991-2018) on Third Avenue at St. Mark's Place, is behind this new venture serving Italian Ices, milkshakes and sundaes.

There's a shop on Delancey and Clinton, with another coming soon to the Two Bridges neighborhood.

Here, Lucky Star is opening in part of the former Kyber Pass space between Second Avenue and Third Avenue.

Thanks to Steven for the photo


Anonymous said...

very, very interested to know what the ice cream equivalent of continental's storied 10-shots-for10-dollars deal might be.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for a sundae at this place!

MrNiceGuy said...

I'm having such a hard time wrapping my head around Trigger running an ice cream shop... but man I can't wait to see it!

The $1,000,000 Question: will he be wearing that hat in the shop???

EV Signage/Font Troll said...

This signage is positively delightful! :D It's adorable and retro. The Yum! burst is the cherry on top. Excellent job A+