Category: Restaurants

How to Enjoy 48 Hours on the Lubbock Chilton Trail

Lubbock is the birthplace of the Chilton, a bubbly, vodka and lemon-based cocktail known for its refreshing qualities. Lucky for us, a variety of restaurants and bars in the Hub City make a great stop for craft cocktail enthusiasts and offer both classic and curated twists on the Chilton. If you have 48 hours to

Incorporating the West in Your Meeting

From bright orange sunsets and tangled tumbleweeds to our Western heritage and pioneering spirit, Lubbock, Texas paints the perfect picture of the wild west. Founded on the West Texas values of grit, independence and hospitality, event planners will find the Hub City to be a unique venue offering attendees an escape from the big city.

6 Spots for Late-Night Bites in Lubbock

By: Avery Frazier After a night on the town exploring all Hub City has to offer, there is nothing like a quick snack to cure a craving on the way home. While chain restaurants are an easy go-to after dark, check out these local restaurants and bars for a traditional late-night Lubbock experience. Whether you’re

8 Spots for the Best Ice Cream in Lubbock

By: Annie Kinnison When it comes to beating the summer heat, nothing quite hits the spot like a delicious frozen treat. Whether you’re in the mood for creamy gelato, an ice cream sandwich, a refreshing milkshake, a classic root beer float, or a snowcone, Lubbock has something for everyone. Join us as we explore the

8 Mouthwatering Lubbock Pizzerias

By: Annie Kinnison Lubbock is home to a multitude of pizza joints, each with its own unique style and flavor, from the traditional takes to the bold and innovative flavor combinations. Join us as we uncover the hidden gems, the classics and the mouthwatering creations that make Lubbock an irresistible destination for pizza enthusiasts.  Papa

Foodie Favorites: Harrigan’s

They’re baaaaaack. After long-awaited anticipation, Harrigan’s Prime Grill is now officially re-opened! This Lubbock favorite is serving up the same high quality of service, mouth-watering food and hand-crafted libations that Lubbockites remember (those zucchini chips, am I right?). After opening their doors last month, I had been chomping at the bit (quite literally) to eat

Cocina de La Sirena

Lubbock’s culinary scene is starting to make waves, and if you catch wind of this siren’s savory song, you may not be able to escape. Daughter of Lubbock restaurateur, Cat Traxler, Chef Jessica Fultz opened Cocina de La Sirena (Kitchen of The Siren or Mermaid), in 2016 after earning her culinary degree in San Francisco and gaining

Evie Mae’s Lands on Texas Monthly’s List of Top 10 Barbecue Joints in Texas

If it’s melt-in-your-mouth brisket you’re searching for, Evie Mae’s Pit Barbecue has it covered. Named No. 9 on Texas Monthly’s List of Top 50 Barbecue Joints in Texas, this local dive impresses with monstrous beef ribs, green chile-cheese sausage, gluten-free sides and desserts, including a strawberry pie with more than two pounds of strawberries. Check out this video

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