4 of the Best Steakhouses in Lubbock

Written By Maggi Gallaspy

January 11, 2024

There’s something to be said about the atmosphere of a steakhouse. There’s an ambiance born from warm dim lighting, dressed corner tables, aromas drifting in from the kitchen and the sound of cracking pepper falling over a leafy green salad. Inviting and enticing visitors through their acclaimed menus, stellar wine lists and posh environments, these 4 Lubbock steakhouses are prepared to welcome you for date nights, family dinners, business meetings and more. If there’s one thing we’re certain of, it’s that Lubbock knows how to serve a steak with a side of ultimate comfort.

A long-loved local favorite, it’s about time visitors to Lubbock are introduced to the ambiance of simple elegance owner Lisa West successfully captures. With nearly 20 years in business and a beloved reputation, Double Nickel is a high-end luxury in Lubbock. Fluffy crab cakes, craft cocktails and sensationally seasoned steaks await at this 82nd St. gem.

Las Brisas’ southwest-inspired flavors set them apart from others in the area. Where fine dining meets comfort food, the steakhouse utilizes the freshest of ingredients to ensure every bite transcends your expectations. They’re even dishing out an unbelievable brunch menu featuring Chicken Fried Wagyu Steak and Wagyu Smash Burgers. Holy yum!

Though not a traditional steakhouse, we’d be remiss for not mentioning The West Table on this list when they’re doing steak so right. With an alternating seasonal menu, each time you make reservations at this Downtown staple, you’re in for a treat. With treasured featured dishes like the Charbroiled Beef Tenderloin, Pan Seared Ribeye and Vietnamese Beef, they’re serving up internationally-inspired cuisine with a West Texas influence.

Corralito’s has long been a family tradition in the Border area of El Paso and Juarez City. Now, it’s opened a location in the High Plains with its unique, Mexican-inspired steaks. Hand cut by its in-house butchers, steaks are served breakfast, lunch and dinner if you’re seeking a meal out of the ordinary. Oh, and don’t forget to order one of the restaurant’s specialty drinks like the dulce nectar and spicy mezcalita.


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