Delight yourself in a tasting with gorgeous views and experience top-quality wine from this family owned winery. Must try: the Rainy, a delicious Malbec rose.
With an extensive collection of curated wines and an intimate atmosphere, this is the perfect date night spot. Enjoy international tapas, a pitcher of made-in-house sangria and live music. Must try: the Sunday Jazz Brunch, held the first Sunday of each month.
See the bottling process from grapes to glass at the largest premium winery in Texas. Be sure to attend one of their wine festivals throughout the year. We personally love the Salsa & Sangria Fest!
Cheers to Lubbock’s FIRST nano brewery, Mano Negra. Located in Cactus Alley.
Winner of over 600 state, national, and international awards, this urban winery is located in a historic Coca-Cola bottling plant. Pro tip: attend their Patio Nights on Thursdays in the summer for wine and live music.
Home to some of the oldest vines in Texas, enjoy this dog-friendly winery with a glass of Dry Chenin Blanc in hand while you take in a West Texas sunset.
This hyper-local microbrewery is a true hidden gem if you’re looking for a laid-back, welcoming atmosphere to enjoy a cold beer and good company. A little off the beaten path, but well worth the effort, be sure to add this brewery to your weekend plans. Must try: the Amber Beer.
Located downtown in the historic Pioneer Building, this brewery prides itself on having a chef-driven mentality when expertly crafting their beers. Using only seasonal and local ingredients, these unique brews are a can’t-miss on your trip to the 806. Must try: the seasonal Smoked Pineapple Ale alongside Dirk’s Fried Chicken Platter, a popular dish from
Sip local beers brewed in-house and dine on steaks cooked to perfection. Live music comes standard as a side. Must try: the Cactus Queso Blanco.
Lubbock’s newest brewery has quickly become a popular hot spot among Lubbockites. With an expansive outdoor area, live music, and rotating food trucks, Two Docs is an ideal stop for superb beer and good times. Pro tip: grab your dog and enjoy a Blood Orange Gose or Lubbock Lights on the patio.