Lucky 32 In Cary

Open Restaurant in Cary, NC
Dinner 5 Days + Sun Brunch

Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen features exceptional renderings of classic Southern dishes made with plenty of local ingredients. Dine outdoors on our Garden Terrace. Gather with friends in our friendly bar. Check out our Veggie Cart with the latest farm finds and experience. View photos of our new seasonal features. Make yourself at home! 

CARY is OPEN for Dine-In and Curbside Pickup

– Reopening Hours –

  • Tuesdays – Thursday: Dinner 5 PM – 8:30 PM
  • Friday: Dinner 5 PM – 9 PM
  • Saturday: Dinner 4 PM – 9 PM
  • Sundays: Brunch 10 AM – 4 PM
  • Mondays: CLOSED
  • Holiday Hours
    • Thanksgiving: Dinner 11 AM – 7:30 PM
    • Christmas Eve & Christmas: CLOSED
    • New Year’s Eve: 5 PM – 10:00 PM
    • New Year’s Day: 11:00 PM – 7:30 PM


Our menus change with the seasons. Our chefs source seasonal ingredients from our local farm friends and farmers markets’ to create exceptional renderings of classic Southern dishes.

Reservations in Cary

Reservations at Lucky’s in Cary are required at this time and limited to a maximum party size of 8 guests per reservation. In order to properly prepare the dining room for the next guests, we are temporarily asking you, our wonderful guests, to hold your table for a limited time. Dining times are limited to the below.

Lunch Times—
Tables for 2: 1 hour
Tables for 4 and more: 1 hour 30 minutes
Dinner Times—
Tables for 2 to 4: 1 hour 30 minutes
Tables for 5 or more: 2 hours

Outdoor Dining Requests:
Requests for outside dining are weather dependent & are prioritized based on when received.  Please ring Lucky 32 in Cary at 919-233-1632 for more info.

Directions & Contact Us

We are located at 7307 Tryon Road, between US 1/64 and Kildaire Farm. Our Cary restaurant is near Raleigh, Apex, Holly Springs and Research Triangle Park. Give us a call at 919-233-1632 or email at

Locally Sourced Foods

For many years we’ve been exploring ways to serve the freshest, most flavorful foods to our guests while considering the triple bottom line of profit, environmental sensitivity and social responsibility (See our Sustainable Practices Initiative & Fairness Doctrine.) To these ends, we’re purchasing some of our meats and seafoods differently. We’re also bringing in more and more local produce and artisan-made food products. Learn more about our farm friends here.