Fine Dining in the 806

Nov 1, 2019
McKenna Dowdle

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Fine Dining in the 806

Lubbock’s selection of fine dining is as extensive as it is rich. From traditional Italian pasta and perfectly seared cuts of beef to fresh East-Coast seafood and international meats, the “Hub City” has the perfect selection for all occasions. As chefs across the city put a local twist on global cuisine, locals and visitors alike can experience the culture of Lubbock, Texas. 

Las Brisas Southwest Steakhouse

A steak lover’s dream, Las Brisas Southwest Steakhouse selects each filet from the finest cuts of Reserve Black Angus Beef, prepared in an 1,800-degree oven and served on a 500-degree plate. Menu options include the surf and turf, a beautiful pairing of fresh lobster and a tender, delicious filet, and the raspberry filet seasoned with raspberry chipotle, crusted with pecans and garnished with jalapeno cream cheese. Each bite will be as juicy and delicious as the last. 

 

Double Nickel 

Steaks aren’t the only dish Double Nickel Steak House has perfected. The Australian rack of lamb is prepared in a red wine reduction sauce that flawlessly complements the hints of peppercorn to satisfy even the most particular of pallets. Among the Top 10 best steakhouses in Texas, Double Nickel should be at the top of your list when it comes to traditional fine dining in the “Hub City”.

 

The West Table

With a rotating menu consisting of the highest-quality local and global in-season ingredients, The West Table introduces a plethora of international flavors in a familiar way. From the flavorful oysters on a half shell to a delectable selection from the Atlantic, the daily flown-in seafood brings fresh, ocean-side dining to Lubbock. Located in the heart of downtown, this upscale dining experience is the perfect way to immerse yourself in Lubbock’s culture and history. 

Fun Fact: Chef Cameron West made the tables from a former family-owned cotton gin located in Lubbock. 

 

Rain Uptown

From fresh bread to locally sourced ingredients, Lubbock’s take on traditional Italian cuisine is a true stand out when it comes to upscale dining. Rain Uptown’s selection of homemade pasta range from the house favorite, creamy fettuccine alfredo to a refreshing shrimp scampi with shrimp flown in from the West Coast. Top your pasta dish off with the tiramisu and you will be in a food coma for days. This intimate location is perfect for both special occasions and casual dinner outings alike. 

 

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