Lucky 13 menu


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Lucky 13 is one of the biggest burger names in all of Utah – often held up as the best burgers in all of the state. Especially worthy of note is their bacon featured on many of their burgers, house smoked and utterly delicious. Do note that Lucky 13 is licensed as a bar and as such is 21+ only. All patrons are always ID’ed with no exceptions, so be prepared, don’t miss out on that burger!

The following Lucky 13 menu is December 2017:

Lucky 13 menu - appetizers, salads
Lucky 13 menu – appetizers, salads
Lucky 13 menu - sandwiches, fingers, wraps, sweets
Lucky 13 menu – sandwiches, fingers, wraps, sweets
Lucky 13 menu - burgers
Lucky 13 menu – burgers
Lucky 13 menu - big burgers and challenges
Lucky 13 menu – big burgers and challenges

The above Lucky 13 menu was converted from the businesses downloadable PDF, dated December 2017.

What are the hours for Lucky 13

Monday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Friday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.

What else should I know about Lucky 13

Cuisine: Burgers
Don’t miss: The Pig Pen
Reservations: No
Parking: Minimal in own lot, can be very busy
Alcohol: Full bar
Service and atmosphere: Casual, table service

Where is Lucky 13 located in Utah

135 W 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(801) 487-4418


  1. Stopped to have lunch with my family, but was refused. My disability is not visible at first but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. My dog also doesn’t fit their definition of a service dog. Originally was told she wasn’t allowed because she is not on a leash. She has a bag she prefers and is leashed to the bag. I have PTSD and PCOS. My Chihuahua is a registered service dog. I have trained her thoroughly and she will not move from her bag unless needs to be in my face for an attack. She has no teeth as well. Never barks. I’m in Utah for my cousin’s graduation, my anxiety and nerves are all over the place. April 6th my grandpa passed and April 23 my grandma passed. I need Sophie more now than ever before. She has been to 100s of places without one issue. The doorman asked if she was a service dog, I said yes and showed him the paperwork. He left for awhile we sat and waited. He came back and asked what my disability was. I advised that he can not ask me that but that I was disabled and that she was trained and would not be a problem. He left again. He returned to advise us that since she was not on a leash, they were allowed to turn me away. I asked for the manager and pulled up the ADA guidelines. I showed the manager and they still refused. I started shaking and having a hard time talking, so my husband advised that I had PTSD and I needed her with me. They declined again. We left but my joints started locking up before I could get to the car. My husband had to help me walk while my whole body was shaking and my joints were locking, as well as hold Sophie to me since I could not. I lost the rest of the day in bed beating myself up for being this way. Sophie never left my side. I can’t believe this happened and I’m quite terrified to go out again. I don’t know what else to do, but that was one of my worst attacks since Sophie.

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