High Plains cuisine, Broadway shows, wine festivals and music performances are just some of the reasons why Lubbock must be one of your destinations this year.
Thanks to techniques acquired in kitchens throughout Europe, chef Finn Walter uses local ingredients to create Michelin-starred dishes at The Nicolett in central Lubbock. And in 8th place with the best barbecue in the state, Evie Mae’s serves a real taste of Texas barbecue.
Sign up for the inaugural Texas Wine, Hops & Shops Wine and Beer Festival on Saturday, April 19th! More than 50 wineries and breweries from across the state will gather at McPherson Cellars to drink wine and beer from Texas. Patrons will experience a number of regional vendors, local food trucks and musical talents based in Lubbock. Don’t miss Broadway’s performance at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences this year with the award-winning Jersey Boys and Tim Allen’s comedy titles.
The best way to see the center is through newcomers who are helping to revitalize the area. Broadway-based Auld Brewing Company maximizes beer flow; the glass is filled from below, thus eliminating the foam at the top. Chef Cameron West at Dirk’s presents a simple menu consisting of crispy fried chicken and tasty side dishes that complement the local art of the late Grandfather Dirk West.
And Flatland Calvary, a longtime Lubbock favorite, will perform on the Cook’s Garage stage on Saturday, April 9. Thanks to the dedicated fan base and iconic sound, you don’t want to miss this show! An unforgettable adventure awaits you in Lubbock in 2022. Plan your visit today at visitlubbock.org.