Looking to try something new? Check out six dining options that have recently opened or are coming soon to Lewisville. This list is not comprehensive.

Now open

Skyrocket Burger

The restaurant serves burgers, fries and milkshakes made with Blue Bell ice cream.

Future locations include Plano, Las Colinas and Arlington, Amin Talebi, Skyrocket Burger president and CEO said via email.

Stickys Scoops & Shakes

The shop sells a slew of ice cream, shakes and coffees. Guests can order treats in cups, cones and waffle cone bowls with flavors ranging from brownie batter to rainbow sherbet.

Ked's Ice Cream, Waffles & Crepes

The shop offers more than 120 ice cream flavors as well as cakes, waffles, crepes, boba teas and coffee, according to the company’s website. Ked's Ice Cream, Waffles & Crepes also has a location in Plano.

Coming soon

Pizza Twist

The pizzeria will take a vacant retail space along Windhaven Parkway. Remodeling of the 1,016 square-foot space is scheduled to begin May 23 with a completion date of Sept. 23, according to the filing. The project is anticipated to cost $200,000.

Pizza Twist serves a variety of custom pizza options including items that qualify as vegan, halal and gluten free, according to the company's website. Patrons can choose from over 30 different toppings like pepperoni, veggies and more.


Dallas-based Foodcraft Realty One is converting an existing building into a Bojangles fast food restaurant in Lewisville, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

The project involves a complete overhaul of the interior and exterior of the 3,175-square-foot building. Foodcraft Realty One, LLC aims to complete the renovation for the Bojangles location by November 2024, according to the project details.

Dutch Bros Coffee

During Lewisville City Council's May 6 meeting, alternative standards were approved for a new location. The shop offers a number of caffeinated drinks including coffee, iced tea, lemonade and more.

The building will be 950 square feet with a walk-up window and drive-thru with parking for up to 24 vehicles, according to city documents.