Row 1

408 W 8th St (at N. Bishop Ave.)
Dallas, TX 75208
(214) 948-4998
$ $ $ $
Tue–Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • A table at Lucia is one of the toughest ressies in Dallas, not b/c they're saving space for snobby VIPs, but b/c David Uygur's homespun Italian resto only serves 16 tables/night. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Opening soon, it's a 30-seat, Northern Italian-inspired spot whose specialty promises to be attention to detail, meaning house-made salumi and gelati that would be the talk of Milan.
  • Definitely get all four courses. Nothing at this resto should be forgone.
  • Best restaurant in Dallas. Amazing food, laid back bistro atmosphere and friendly owners. Foie gras stuffed prunes, salumi platter & chicken liver crostini my current favs.
  • Milk chocolate and buttermilk panna cotta with dark chocolate budino, olive oil, and almonds. Enough said.
  • My fave. This one has a 5 star rating. Great Italian spot (Named after the owner's dog Lucy).
  • Order all 4 courses!
  • Incredible pastas, salumi and wine!
  • Ask for Jenny!!
  • Truly one of the best meals I've had in Dallas. This little place is a gem! The food is supreme, service is top notch. Surpassed all of my expectations. Book early, the wait can be a month or two!
  • Call plenty of time in advance to get a reservation.
  • Risotto risotto risotto! I could have licked the bowl clean.
  • Husband and Wife team are awesome. Wife will pair wines with all of the Chef Husbands food. Magical pairings.
  • Charcuterie is all made in house. Must try.
  • To skip the two-month wait list, go on a weeknight and request a seat at the bar or on the patiothey're seated on a first-come, first-served basis. The house-made salumi is not to be missed.
  • Pastas are great. Get a couple starters and pastas and skip the mains.
  • First time here and def enjoy every moment in this place. I am really really like the food here. Too delicous. Good dish. I will back for sure
  • Tre Wilcox, chef of Tre Cooking Concepts, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Salumi misti.
  • Lucia may be the one restaurant in Dallas that needs no introduction.
  • Pasta, charcuterie