A pair of cowboy boots, hand-written "reserved" signs, bunches of sunflowers and a colourful array of fruits and vegetables – Lady Luck feels like you’re stepping into owners Maddi and Taylah Cannys’s home.
The siblings have created an eclectic, inviting space serving brunch classics, vegan and gluten-free cakes and De Groot coffee. The tightly curated menu includes a crispy chicken burger with gin-pickled cucumber and sambal mayo; slicker-than-your-average smashed avocado; a falafel bowl; and leek and chive dumplings.
The fast-selling cakes behind the counter are house-made – including plenty of gluten-free options – and some vegan cakes.
A retail shelf sells works from local makers (such as ceramics from friends at Murray Bridge-based Rawart Studio, who also supply the cafe with crockery); homemade jams; and De Groot coffee. Paintings for sale from Sturt Street’s Indigenous art gallery Indigenu cover the walls; there’s works from Indigenous artists Yaritiji Heffernan, Bernadine Johnson and Audrey Brumby.