Lucky Man Special
1 Entree Pizza and garlic bread
1 Large pizza, garlic bread and a 1.25L soft drink*
2 Large pizzas and a 1.25L soft drink*
3 Entree pizzas and a garlic bread*
3 Large pizzas, 1.25L soft drink and large garlic pizza*
*Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
50% Off from 5-6pm on Wednesdays.
Entree: $10 Large: $15*
2 Large: $24*
2 Entree: $16*
(*Applies to following menu only)
Napoli sauce, mozzarella, ham, red onion and mushrooms.
Napoli sauce, mozzarella, salami, capsicum and olives.
Napoli sauce, mozzarella, capsicum, zucchini and mushrooms.
Napoli sauce, mozzarella, slice tomato, mushrooms and red onion.
Chicken and Pineapple
Napoli sauce, mozzarella, chicken and pineapple.
Tomato and Bacon
Napoli sauce, mozzarella, slice tomato and bacon.
Not to be used with student discount or during the happy hour.
In The Beginning
The Lucky Man was born in the North of Italy at a place called Lake Como. His family home stood on the site now occupied by actor George Clooney's holiday home.
The Lucky Man's early life was relatively easy as he enjoyed the surrounds and his mother’s traditional Italian cooking, which was famous throughout the region. In his teens, the Lucky Man began to assist his father in the family business making leather soccer balls for the major Italian leagues. Unfortunately the business turned bad and had to be sold under a mountain of debt.
Keen to reduce the burden on his parents, The Lucky Man left home the night before his eighteenth birthday with just enough money for a one way flight to Brazil. The Lucky Man performed a host of odd jobs in Brazil, his most profitable being selling frozen fruit on the beach of Copacabana. With some savings behind him The Lucky Man set his sights on Las Vegas where his plan was boom or bust.
At the very first Roulette table he saw the Lucky Man placed $2000 straight up on the number three, at odds of 35 to 1. It duly saluted – next stop Sydney, Australia. On the flight to Australia, the Lucky Man befriended a young Englishman who told the Lucky Man he had ambitions to break into the music industry. Later that same young man would form a band called The Verve and soon after release hit single 'Lucky Man'.
In Sydney, the Lucky Man's life changed for the better when he met his wife Stella and for years happily worked in various restaurants learning the finer points of food preparation, while still finding time to raise 13 children - 7 of natural birth and 6 adopted – one from each other continent. The Lucky Man's favourite food to create and to eat was pizza as he found he could combine the traditional methods his mother had taught him with the various Australian preferences he had picked up along the way.
Looking for the next challenge the Lucky Man packed up his family and moved to Melbourne where he proved himself to be one of the best in Lygon Street, Carlton. The gangland war that engulfed Melbourne wore heavily on the Lucky Man as although he is a strong family man with high principles, he watched as numerous people he knew well came to perish. With his children now all moved on from the family home the Lucky Man was keen for a tree change.
And this is where you meet him today, living happily with Stella and running his Pizza Shop in Mount Clear. Please enjoy all The Lucky Man has to offer and thanks for taking the time to get to know him. Enjoy his story and most of all enjoy the fantastic taste of his gourmet and traditional pizza!