Lucia is a very unique restaurant. The building is filled with history, as it is located in the Bishop Arts District. Although this establishment is small, it is filled with fresh ingredients and the best Italian food around. Lucia’s is owned and operated by the chef, and the atmosphere is charming.
The menu is always changing, so you will want to come back often to see what is new. You will find handcrafted salami, and fresh pasta that was made right in Lucia’s kitchen. Reservations can be made in October, and you will want to book fast because space fills up quickly.
Menu offerings include:
- Cheese Board
- 18 Month Old Red Wattle Prosciutto With Arugula And Texas Melon
- Spaghetti With Sausage, Chanterelles And Garlic Cream
- Corzetti With Cotechino, Pistachio, Chile And Kale
- Duck Breast With Figs, Kale, German Butterball Potatoes And Chestnut Honey
- Swordfish With Chanterellas, Texas Corn And Okra
You won't want to forget dessert. Grab some brown butter bread crumb semifeddo with dry peach puree and Texas peaches, or Buttermilk Penna cotta with apricots, almonds and mint.
You can make reservations by calling 214-948-4998. When leaving a message, make sure you state your name, phone number, how many is in your party, date and time you would like. All messages will be returned in a timely manner.
The facility is not large, so Lucia’s can only accommodate parties, no larger than 6. Reservations can only be held for 15 minutes. If you are more than 15 minutes late, seating cannot be guaranteed.
Hours and Location
They are open for dinner only on Tuesday through Saturday from 5:30pm to 10pm, and closed on Sundays and Mondays. Lucia’s street address is 408 West Eighth Street, Suite 101. Enjoy an intimate meal with a loved one, or some catch up time with friends. You are sure to find a variety of menu options to satisfy your taste buds.