Skip to main content
About 22nd Century Media
Advertise With Us
About The Northbrook Tower
Become a Member
Monday, August 19, 2019
Athlete of the Year
Athlete of the Month
Athlete of the Week
From the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Life & Arts
Going Out in Style
2019 Active Aging Guide part 2
2019 Private School Guide
2019 North Shore Choice Award Winners
2019 Camp Guide Part 2
You are here
Life & Arts
Menu revamp helps reopened Lucky Fish
The seafood molcajete ($26) comes with shrimp, scallops, mussels, cambray onions and cheese in a guajillo sauce and served with tortillas. Photos by Nick Frazier/22nd Century Media.
The Maine lobster roll ($19) is served with celery, lettuce, lemon juice, mayo and seasoning.
The lobster remoulade ($22) is served with two lobster tails with drawn butter, seasonal veggies and remoulade sauce.
The key lime pie ($7) is one of many desserts on the Lucky Fish menu.
Police Reports: Burglar enters Northbrook home through first-floor window
Culver’s proposal moves forward after second public hearing
Highland Park: Lake Forest man arrested after golf club attack in HP
Proposal for new Northbrook 7-Eleven reemerges, with initial concerns still unaddressed
Wilmette: Canal Shores Golf Club removes police flag after resident calls it 'racist'
Michael Wojtychiw, Sports Editor
4:13 am CDT August 8, 2019
When Lucky Fish closed in December of 2018, it left a void in Highwood that the area was looking to replace.
TO READ THE FULL STORY:
More from The Northbrook Tower
Home of the Week: 2161 Techny Road
Highland Park: Drone reportedly locates man who 'forced' motorist to aid his escape
Announcement: Northbrook resident to celebrate 90th birthday
Wilmette: Loyola unveils $20M renovation project featuring new pool, piazza
This Week In Glenbrook North athletics: Aug. 15
Photo Gallery: Glenbrook North boys golf starts season
© Copyright 2019, 22nd Century Media, LLC. All rights reserved.
Visit our Facebook
Code Of Conduct
Sound Off Policy