This month’s additions of new restaurants will leave any foodie’s mouth watering. Whether you’re looking for burgers, pizza, cajun or Mexican, you’re sure to be satisified in the “Hub City.” Alongside these four restaurants you’ll also find a new place to shop at the West End.
Some days just call for a cold beer and more than 60 TVs to watch the Red Raiders’ away games on. Walk-On’s Bistreaux Specialties bring a taste of Louisiana to your table with options ranging from crawfish etou-ways to fried jumbo gulf shrimp, while their American classics such as the hickory burger and waffle cheese fries round up an all-star lineup.
2630 W. Loop 289
Build your own personal pizza from a selection of three crusts, four sauces, six cheeses, more than 30 toppings and 12 drizzles. There are infinite combinations of delicious pizza, including gluten-free and vegan options, but if that much choice stresses you out try one of their “Foundation Pizzas,” including Margherita and Urban Classic Pepperoni.
7610 Milwaukee Ave. #300
North Slide and Loop 289 are continuing to grow! The same management team that brought Twisted Root to town is bringing you the sophisticated gourmet tastes of Mexico City via Cantina Laredo.
116 W. Loop 289
“The Best Burger in Abilene” is now in Lubbock. Our neighbors in the east make a good burger and delicious fries, homestyle or twister. Heff’s burgers are always fresh, never frozen and definitely juicy. I can definitely recommend the japapeño cheddar burger, but will be back to try their sourdough and Eggcellent burgers next. Here is a taste:
Runway Seven offers runway styles at real people prices, with new designs coming in daily, inspired by the newest trends in women’s fashion. Whether it’s cocktail attire for Cafe J, comfortable chic for a Broadway crawl or red and black for game day, Runway Seven has you covered.
2910 W. Loop 289 #415
Check out our previous “New in Lubbock” blogs and make sure to share your photos using #LiveLoveLubbock as you explore the “Hub City’s” newest spots.
By: McKenna Dowdle
By: McKenna Dowdle
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