Lubbock Restaurants That Should Be on The Food Network
I asked my friends a simple question: "If the Food Network came to Lubbock, which local restaurants should they go to?"
I'm presenting to you the answers that came back to that question. All I asked was that they include one sentence as to "why" they chose the restaurant(s) they chose. Other than that, here are some raw opinions from your friends and neighbors on who should be featured on the Food Network.
1) I have never eaten anything from there that I didn’t like. I even learned to like kimchi from there; 2) if you order the right entrees, you get all the traditional Korean side dishes (banchan); 3) the customer service is amazing, as the owner always remembers us when we visit; and 4) the portions and price are also right on the money. Pun intended - N. Harpster
The food is always on point and the staff is amazing - I. Klafka
98th & Slide Hot Spots (three suggestions)
The new New Brooklyn place: The fried meatballs are the bomb!
Back 40: Nachos are stacked with all the love on each individual chip!
Miss Ann's Dinner on 34th Street
Cast Iron Grill
Everything is made from scratch. Everything is delicious and the service is amazing. You will not leave disappointed.- B. Rogers
Chopped And Sliced
Because the B4 huevos are the best in town! I get mine covered in shredded cheese. It’s heavenly! -A. Farthing
Cuz the breakfast enchiladas kick ass! - R. Rarcia
The LCU Cafe
Montelongo's Mexican Restaurant
Their hot sauce kicks ass. - N. Narbez