Month: October 2021

A “Hub City” Halloween

By: Camille Hughes Halloween is here and happening! Get your costumes ready and prepare yourself for a weekend full of spook-tacular events in the 806. Consider this your crystal ball view into your Halloween weekend with our full list of happenings for your October 31 weekend!  Lubbock Mayor’s Marathon There will be no boo-hoo-ing about

Family Weekend at Texas Tech University

By: Trevor Bowden TEXAS TECH FAMILY WEEKEND Guns up! Family Weekend is an exciting Texas Tech tradition dating back to 1936 and there are many exciting events and activities for the whole family to attend in the “Hub City.” From live music in the heart of Lubbock’s Cultural District to cheering on the Red Raiders

A Haunting at the Winery: English Newsom Cellars

Trebbiano, Dry Muscat, Red Wine Blend, oh my! Whether you are planning a festive night in, attending the Haunted Cellars at English Newsom Cellars, hosting a sPoOkY party, or looking for something to sip on as you cater to the frightening trick-or-treaters, English Newsom has you covered. On October 23 and 30, the beloved winery

Halfway to the Slopes

This winter, plan your weekend getaway to the mountains and consider taking the scenic route! Whether you’re on the hunt for new skiing gear, a rest stop for the night or anything in between, the “Hub City” boasts the necessary amenities to serve as your basecamp before continuing north.  Troy’s Ski | ​​3403 34th St.

Coffee and Pastry Pairing

Sweater weather and local coffee shops set the mood for any visitor looking to warm up and enjoy a morning in the “Hub City”. Check out this list featuring a few of our favorite seasonal pastry and drink pairings for you to try next time you visit the LBK!  Monomyth – Firefall Latte and Pumpkin

CRE-806: Kelly Reyna

By: Stacy Keith Kelly Reyna, gallery owner, college professor and mom, is a dynamic force in the Lubbock arts industry.  You may have seen her work as a popular muralist throughout the “Hub City,” including at the local favorite, Picoso’s Mexican Kitchen, and at the newly opened brick and mortar location for the beloved Tamale

Mobile Munchies

By: Trevor Bowden Calling all foodies! Whether you are craving a sweet treat or hand-crafted dishes, the “Hub City” boasts a myriad of delectable food trucks ranging from international cuisine to fan-favorite Texas BBQ. Whether you visit the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market or are enjoying a pint of locally crafted brews on the Two Docs

5 of the Best Ways to Experience Downtown Lubbock

Dine on world-class food, tip back a pint of craft beer at the No. 1 rated brewpub in the country and experience an art and music scene that made this corner of Texas iconic. All of this, and so much more, awaits visitors in Downtown Lubbock. The beating heart of the “Hub City,” the upscale

Group Friendly Dining in the 806

When traveling to Lubbock, whether it’s with a team for a sporting event, loved ones for a family reunion, or friends for a weekend getaway, knowing which restaurants can comfortably accommodate your group is a top priority. From our West Texas sized hospitality to the large meal waiting to be devoured, these group-friendly restaurants are