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Lucky’s Snack Bar


Opened by the original owner Madam Trembly in 1969 and named “lucky” due to the word being a universal word in the English and French languages. The Lucky Snack Bar has quite a history of re-establishment. In 1989 Madam Trembly bought many unique recipes for the snack bar, one famous being her signature poutine dish, making the snack bar popular. However, it closed down, and in 2014, Sherri Odenbacka, a frequent customer for 30 years of the snack bar, re-established it, bringing back all of Trembly’s recipes.

Today the Lucky snack bar has a menu with various food, such as Madam Tembely signature poutine, burgers, ice cream and daily specials. Something everyone can enjoy!


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