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A Sip of West Texas: A look into one of the region’s most successful family-run vineyards

Located forty-three miles southwest of Lubbock, a family-run winery with a rich history is settled over 400 acres in the Texas High Plains AVA.  The region grows over 85% of Texas’ wine grape production, and Reddy Vineyards has contributed to that notoriety for over two decades. The story of Reddy Vineyards, rooted deep in the

Hub City Happenings: September

By: Aubrie Harris September 1 – First Friday Art Trail A visit to Lubbock during the first of the month is only complete with stopping by the First Friday Art Trail (FFAT) hosted by LHUCA. FFAT is a free, self-guided art tour held in the Lubbock Cultural District in partnership with various art centers, museums,

10 College Student Discounts to Take Advantage of in Lubbock

By: Aubrie Harris Here in the Hub City, we are home to thousands of students. Our local businesses provide tasty food and fun activities to do all year round. Whether it’s spending a night at the movies or a quick stop at a local ice cream shop, here’s a list of discounts to get by

A Guide to the Wolfforth Farmers Market

There’s nothing quite like pulling into the gravel parking lot, turning off the engine and waiting to take in the sweet aroma of freshly fried donuts, homemade bar soaps and wooden wick candles.  From the bright flower blooms during the summer to the maple pecan-flavored pastries of the fall, there’s one wholesome Hub City stop

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 the

A History Buff’s Guide to Lubbock

By: Annie Kinnison A Look at the History of Lubbock Founded in 1876, Lubbock County was named after Thomas Saltus Lubbock, former Texas Ranger and brother of Francis Lubbock, governor of Texas during the Civil War. The great “806” was established in 1890 when two towns, Old Lubbock and Monterey, joined to be the Lubbock

A Guide for Back to School Shopping in the LBK

Here in the LBK, we are known as “the hub” for all things shopping in the region. From boutiques to department stores, there is something for everyone. In our search to find the best of the best shops around the 806, we met with retail expert and owner of Vibeage Boutique, Ruby Gabler, to discuss

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

23 of the Best Places to Get Married in Lubbock

By: Annie Kinnison Lubbock, with its charming blend of southern hospitality and captivating landscapes, is an idyllic wedding destination that promises an unforgettable experience for couples and their guests.  Planning your dream wedding begins with finding the perfect location to exchange your vows and celebrate your love. We’ve curated a list of diverse venues that

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.