Local Lubbock Libations

Cocktails, Breweries and Wineries


Lubbock Libations

The West Table Kitchen and Bar
1204 Broadway Ave.
Located in the historic Pioneer Building in downtown Lubbock
Ruby Chilton  
This delicious and refreshing drink is a favorite at the downtown bar. The Chilton is a Lubbock originated cocktail based on a drink that Dr. Chilton asked the bartender to whip up for him on a hot summer day at the Lubbock Country Club. This one at The West Table has its own twist. It is made with Deep Eddy Ruby Red Grapefruit, vodka and lemon club soda.

La Sirena
2610 Salem Ave.
Located in the quaint shopping area, Cactus Alley. This area has shops located all around a courtyard area complete with a small pond and bridge. La Sirena is the anchor establishment with an outside patio area.

One of their signature drinks is the Watermelon Jalapeño Margarita, which consists of Cimarron Reposado, Naranja Liqueur, watermelon juice, Hibiscus Simple, jalapeño and lime juice.  

Another favorite is their beautiful blue Mermaid Water – Cimarron Blanco, Topo Chico, fresh lime juice.

La Diosa Cellars
901 17th St.
This downtown depot district establishment features tapas, extended wine list and the delicious, made-in-house sangria. You can order a glass or a pitcher. Enjoy this fruity refreshing drink surrounded by unique and cozy decor. A Lubbock favorite!

Picoso’s Mexican Kitchen
7611 Milwaukee Ave.
This Mexican restaurant has a bar area that prides itself on hand-crafted cocktails. One of their specialties is a Charred Grapefruit Smash. This refreshing bourbon drink has charred pink grapefruit, fresh lemon, basil, mint, angostura bitters, agave, and Maker’s Mark Bourbon.

Table 82
4210 82nd St., #240, Lubbock, TX 79423
This centrally located chic restaurant has an inside dining area and bar, as well as an inside area complete with stage that enjoys hosting local talent. Their great outside patio has table seating as well as comfy couch areas complete with fire pits for those West Texas evenings in the spring and fall that get a little chillier when the sun goes down.  
Strawberry Dawn – St. Germaine, strawberries, ginger ale and topped with champagne. 

Wineries and Breweries

McPherson Cellars Winery
1615 Texas Ave.
This award-winning winery is in the downtown depot district. The tasting room has a chic industrial vibe along with an outside patio area that is truly a tucked away oasis in the downtown area. You can have a tasting, or simply enjoy a glass or share a bottle.

Burklee Hill Vineyards
1109 Broadway
This is a  family-owned vineyard, winery, and bistro, producing locally grown wine from the Texas High Plains and serving delectable food pairings. The tasting room and bistro is located in the historic restored Kress building downtown.

English Newsom Cellars at CapRock Winery and Event Center
408 E. Woodrow Rd., Lubbock, TX 79423
This beautiful Spanish-style building out in the Lubbock countryside is worth the short drive. The tasting room, barrel room and outside patio area makes for a great setting to enjoy their award-winning Texas wines. This is also a working winery, and with reservations, tours are available.

Llano Estacado Winery
3426 East F.M. 1585
This is the pioneer winery in the South Plains. Their winemaking facility was built in 1976 and has steadily grown to become the largest producing winery of Texas wines in the state. From their small beginning tasting room to their recent remodel that includes a large tasting and event area, they continually bring home awards for their wine.  


The Brewery LBK
1204 Broadway St., #104
This brewery is located in the historic Pioneer Hotel in the heart of downtown. With beers with names like Steady As She Gose, Doc Chilton, Under Siege and Blood, Sweat and Beers, there seems to be a beer for everyone.  

Two Docs Brewing Co.
502 Texas Ave.
This brewery is located downtown with an inside tap room with picnic tables so that you can enjoy their large selection of craft beers. They also have an outside area with tables and outdoor games for your group to participate in. Their unique rotating street food is provided by local food truck partners. The selection rotates every day so it is always a new experience.

Triple J Chophouse and Brew Co.
1807 Buddy Holly Ave.
This well-established restaurant and brew company is home to the Red Raider Beer, which is their house amber ale. It has a malt sweetness balanced by a hop bitterness.

Plains Brew Co.
515 N. FM 179
This hyper-local microbrewery focuses on good beer and a friendly atmosphere. Their beer can be found at local establishments like Market Street, The Crafthouse Gastropub, La Sirena, Capital Pizza and Toro Burger Bar.