Tag: Restaurants

7 Must-Try Coffee Shops in Lubbock

Whether it’s the house brew, a Cuban or an iced Chai Latte, Visit Lubbock has a list of coffee shops to satisfy your caffeine craving. Check out our roundup of the kings of caffeine in the 806 and enjoy some sweet and savory dishes with your beverage of choice. Monomyth Coffee The newest addition to

Foodie Favorites: Cheeseburgers in Lubbock-ise

Two interns, one city, endless options. Who has the best hamburger in the “Hub City?” We (Katie and Juno) set out on a quest to find out. These are the burgers voted on by our Visit Lubbock fans via Instagram, and we are here to tell you all about what keeps all of us coming

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

Best Pizza Pies in the “Hub City”

Even though West Texas may be known for it’s savory southern cooking, Lubbock is home to some of the best pizza pies in the state! Whether you’re into Chicago-style deep dish or New York-inspired crispy crust, the “Hub City” has something to satisfy your craving for the perfect slice. West Crust Pizza With the No.

Foodie Favorites – Giorgio’s Pizza

If you’ve ever been downtown during lunch, you’ve probably seen the crowd of people flocking to Giorgio’s Pizza. We had a chance to catch up with the owner, Daniel Torres and enjoyed some truly amazing food. The New York style pizza makes the food at Giorgio’s Pizza so unique, and the “Texas size pizza,” at

Foodie Favorites: King Street Pub

WITH FINE FARE A FOCUS, AND OUR WINE LIST AN OPUS, THE HIGH PLAINS BRICKS WERE LAID. THE EMPTY ROOMS–HOW ATROCIOUS! BUT WITH VELVET AND OUR HOCUS POCUS, A TEX-VICTORIAN PALACE WAS MADE.  Just off Indiana, there is a little slice of Victorian paradise – Tex-Victorian, to be more precise. Inside you’ll find opulence and warmth,

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

New In Lubbock – February 2018

Farm to Fork Gastor Restaurant

From the heart of Texas to the heart of West Texas, a new barbecue joint opens, a popular food truck gets a brick-and-mortar location and transportation just got a little more cheerful in the “Hub City.” Mac’s BBQ and Catering  5412 Slide Road Tuesday – Thursday  7 a.m. – 8 p.m. or sell out Friday &

Foodie Favorite – Jimenez Bakery and Restaurant

Jimenez Bakery

For nearly fifty years, Martha Jimenez has been baking and cooking traditional Mexican pastries and dishes. Her father, Lucio Cruz Jimenez, immigrated with his family to Lubbock from Piedras Negras when Martha was 10 years old. In 1969, he opened up a panaderia in downtown. There are few downtown businesses that have a history prior to the

How to Plan a Date Night in Lubbock

First Friday Art Trail

We all know how rare it is to get quality time with your sweetheart. In the spirit of love, we’ve put together a few suggestions for how you can savor those precious moments during a romantic night out. Whether it’s unleashing your creative side or splitting a sweet treat, the “Hub City” sets the stage