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Tucked into a historic building in the Bishop Arts District, Lucia is a small, chef-owned Italian restaurant with David Uygur at the helm. The menu changes frequently and features hand-crafted salumi and fresh pasta made in house daily. Garnering a number of perfect reviews, it remains one of the most coveted reservations in town.
Popular place for creative Italian fare served in rustic, cozy quarters dating from the 1920s
Italian Restaurant - (Reservations only; You can make reservations on their website) Lucia is nothing but amazing. From the great service to the modern Italian cuisine, I loved every minute of my experience. I started the night by taking recommendations from the waitress. She walked me though…
If you can get a reservation for this place you are certainly in for a treat! Word can't do the food any justice!
The food and service is worth the higher price point. I wish I could eat like this every day! The risotto and the gnocchi offerings are delicious.
Some of the best Italian with a twist. Handmade pastas. Make sure to make your reservation in advance.
“Jefferson street is the "next" big thing in Oak Cliff. 5 blocks from the street car terminus good food and drink awaits you. ”
“The owner Katherine Clapner beat Bobby Flay on his show. This store has all kinds of different chocolates like chocolate-shaped like brains. Occasionally, one of the ink master judges who has a store down the street comes into this store. ”
“This is a TexMex dinner, scratch kitchen, not sophisticated and the interior is special in it's own way. The food is solid, prices low with large portions, service is good enough. It's family run now for 20+ years. Breakfast tacos to go are the pro move.”
“Neighborhood spot with excellent food and drinks. 2 patios & one is covered. JD, the owner makes everyone feel welcome.”
“Craving some French cuisine? try this French bistro and experience a different meal every time. They switch up their menu frequently, so try what's available! You won't be disappointed. ”