Gourmet Friday: Dizzy Lucy’s – Cross Timbers Gazette | Denton County South | mound of flowers


If you have paid attention to our List of Denton County’s Best Burgers a few weeks ago you may have seen a name there that you don’t recognize – dizzy lucy. In late 2021, they opened in Twisted Root’s former location in downtown Roanoke after relocating and rebranding from their Grapevine Lucy’s Lot location.

At its core, Dizzy Lucy’s is a family restaurant created by father-daughter team Tony and Gloria Segovia. Tony has been a restaurateur for decades and Gloria got involved in the family business when she was 15 and her dad told her that instead of hanging out with her friends for spring break, she was going to get down to business. work !

They are the perfect team. Tony is the foodie who comes up with creative dishes and names for their restaurants. And Gloria is a pro when it comes to service and logistics. Their core values ​​include using the best and freshest ingredients and getting involved with other local businesses and the local community.

Which explains why they were drawn to Roanoke. Known as the “one-of-a-kind foodie capital of Texas”, Roanoke is a fantastic place for family outings, celebrating special occasions and a romantic night out.

When it comes to their menu, Tony and Gloria like to eat at other restaurants to experience and be inspired by other types of cuisine. One of their personal local favorites (as well as ours) is vine-based Meat U Anywhere BBQ. They love him so much, in fact, that they teamed up with Meat U Anywhere owner Andy Sedino to include some of his amazing brisket on one of their burgers – the Holy Cow. So if you’re a barbecue lover, you’ll love this burger that’s also topped with jalapenos, bourbon barbecue sauce, redneck cheddar, and pickled red onions.

Their Smoky Lucy is the burger that made our List of the 8 best burgers. It combines their quality burger with smoked Benton bacon, jalapenos, whiskey caramelized onions, jalapeno cheddar and their Comeback sauce for a smoky and spicy flavor you’ll love.

If you’re trying to avoid red meat, you should definitely start your meal with their Crispy Brussels which is made with sea salt, vinegar and bacon. And they also have an amazing chicken sandwich called The Flippin’ Bird (yes, yes…) which is their version of a Nashville Hot Chicken sandwich served on a brioche bun.

And to top it off, there is also the weekend brunch! Visit them on Saturday or Sunday for brunch specials like their chicken and waffles which are delicious and amazing and are served with their homemade jam and coffee-infused maple syrup.

Dizzy Lucy’s also has an amazing bar in the center of the restaurant where you can order a draft beer, whiskey, glass of wine or one of their signature cocktails like their Holy Smoke.

We had so much fun visiting downtown Roanoke and hanging out with Tony and Gloria and can’t wait for you to go there as well to experience Dizzy Lucy and all they have to offer!

*dizzy lucy is located at 101 S Oak St. #100, Roanoke TX 76262.


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