The catchy jingle on their website says just about everything you need to know about Stella's. Promising the flavor of New York in west Texas, Stella's has a hard role to fill, but it is up to the challenge. At lunch, take advantage of the "Lunch in a New York Minute" where meals are served in less than 20 minutes. Or stop in on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, or Saturdays for a bit of live music. Stella's also has a wine club for those who are so inclined. The first Stella's opened in New York, so it is no surprise that the family business is doing well in Lubbock too.
The 101 Grill and Bar is just what you would expect from a good old watering hole: fried foods, a couple healthier options, and a lot of liquor. Not just a beer bar, mixed drinks have a good market here with anything from whiskey to cordials on the menu. Food includes favorites such as a Quesadilla, Patty Melt, or Chicken Strip Sandwich. There are drink specials throughout the week and Fridays have $5 Jagerbombs, among other specials.
Although the story of how Chimy's Ceveceria came about might not make much sense, the taste of their food and the cold ones sure do. The menu has all the Mexican favorites, from Queso and Tortilla Soup to a Green Chile Cheeseburger and Chimy Cheesecake. Chimy's has a happy hour every weekday from 4p-7p with $1.50 Drafts and $.99 Beef Tacos. Drink up and enjoy!
Known for their steaks, Las Brisas has a special oven to broil meat at 1800F (982C) and served on a hot plate so you know your carnivore instincts will be satisfied. Appetizers include Calamari Diablo made of breaded calamari and white win sauce and Fire-Roasted Jalapenos and steaks include Filet Mignon and Classic Ribeye. Make sure not to miss some of the delicious desserts such as Brandy Butter Apple Dumpling or Chocolate Truffle Mousse - mmmmmm. Fridays and Saturdays have live music out on the patio.
A Lubbock tradition, Harrigan's Grill and Bar opened in 1977 and has been serving food and fun to the Lubbock community ever since. From 8p to 11p on Fridays and Saturdays there is live music and drink specials. Menu items include French Fried Mushrooms, Prime Rib & Mushroom Soup, Guacamole Burger, Cajun Chicken Penne, and Teryaki Steak.
With a happy hour at 4p-7p every day, and an establishment that opened in 1977, the Copper Caboose is a Lubbock institution. Besides the good food, the Copper Caboose has twelve pool tables and ten video games, and tokens are available for kids with good report cards. There is another location at 5027 50th Street.
Love Asian fusion but don't have time to sit down for a long meal? No problem, Pei Wei has got you covered. Although not quite as fast as a fast food restaurant, the food comes out quickly after your order and is fresh and delicious. There is a wide variety of options, and you can easily substitute different meats of vegetables to ensure that what you eat is exactly what you want. Feel free to indulge in traditional favorites like Pad Thai or Lo Mein Noodles, or go for something a little less conventional such as Dan Dan Noodles or Asian Coconut Curry. And at the end, you get fortune cookies just like any Chinese restaurant worth its salt. Low price, good food, and a fortune cookie?
This Texas-based chain is a Texan favorite with restaurants all over the state. The food is mostly comfort food, with plenty of delicious fried treats, as well as some healthier-options for the vegetarian or health-conscious. Try the Crispy Fried Catfish, Chicken Fried Steak, or Meatloaf made right in the cafe. For lighter fare, there are sandwiches or try an appetizer such as Spinach & Artichoke Dip or Jumbo Crispy 'Shrooms. For the kids, there is a children's menu in which all meals, as long as the parents say it is ok, is served with Oreo cookies!
One of the best parts of the 50 Yard Line Steakhouse is the menu. Besides listing all the delicious food that can be obtained, it is cleverly and amusingly presented. Appetizers are known as the "starting line-up," and the categories of "Coaches Favorite" and "Sideline" have fun entries. Try a Field Goal of catfish, shrimp, and crab bites or a Player of the Year which is a hamburger on a sourdough bun. Besides steak, the restaurant is also known for its blueberry muffins, and sells it "secret ingredient" so it can be replicated at home.
A cute place with charm, Gardski's Loft serves up a wide variety of food, much of it with a southern flair. Menu items include Country-Style Grilled Pork Chop, Spinach and Artichoke Chicken, Grilled Tilapia, and Taos Turkey Wrap. The wide selection of beverages makes it a great choice for a happy hour which is held at Gardski's Loft Monday through Friday from 4p-7p with a different drink of the day each night.
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