By: Camille Hughes
Love is in the air! While you visitng Lubbock this wedding season, don’t worry about finding an after-party. We’ve got you covered with our list of “Hub City” favorites to enjoy after the bride and groom say “I Do”.
Located on the ground level of Lubbock’s Historic Pioneer Building, The Brewery LBK has created a hotspot for all to enjoy a glass of award-winning beer and catch up with friends on the patio or in the taproom. Enjoy each drink while you spend time with good company. You can even play card games or rank your favorite brews with a flight!
If you are looking to spend the rest of your night outside, Two Docs has one of the best patios in town! As masters of their craft, Two Docs showcases tasty hops, some of which pay homage to Lubbock’s favorite son, Buddy Holly. Enjoy live music, local art, food trucks and good conversation all with a brew in hand.
If you are wanting to keep the party going after the wedding, visit the stage that William Clark Green, Josh Abbott and Flatland Cavalry call home. The Blue Light Live is an iconic venue for many Texas country artists and one of the best places to be on a night out. Dance the night away to live music in a cozy venue that can’t be beat!
No need to change out of your wedding attire; stay fancy and enjoy tapas and sangria at La Diosa Cellars. Inspired by the owner’s heritage and travels, this restaurant and wine bistro offers an atmosphere of aesthetics perfect for weekly date night, wine night with the girls, or to bring your friends from out of town.
Take your wedding date to indulge in fondue or charcuterie boards and sip your favorite reds, whites, and blends while relaxing in The Funky Door’s gorgeous space! Known for their diverse selection of wine, this local favorite offers a wide selection from local wine makers to internationally known labels. This is a perfect spot to end a dreamy night.
Manhattan 9 can keep your secret if you prefer to relax with close friends after being social at the wedding. With the whisper of a password, this local speakeasy will have you stepping back in time to 1920’s New York City. With a comprehensive list of classic cocktails, you can’t go wrong with any order. We highly recommend Manhattan 9’s iconic smokey Old Fashioned made from barrel-aged whiskey and brown sugar simple syrup. So sophisticated. So secretive.
Share your after-wedding festivities with us by using #LiveLoveLubbock on social media!
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