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About Las Brisas Southwest Steakhouse
Las Brisas sources only the finest ingredients. Our premium Angus steaks are all natural, free of hormones and antibiotics, and are sourced from one of the only third-party Certified Humane cattle ranching operation in the U.S. Our fish is flown in fresh three times per week and our premium produce is sourced from top growers with field-to-kitchen trace-ability and rigorous monitoring at all five stages of production to ensure quality.
Our talented chefs are professionally trained and experienced in a wide range of cuisine. Our Award-Winning wine list is the most extensive in all of West Texas and boasts over 400 selections, including boutique and hard-to-find wines. We have extensive scotch, craft beer, and whiskey collections, and our experienced bartenders will hand-craft a cocktail to your liking. Our patio overlooks a pond and waterfall, and plays host to live music acts from the end of March through the end of October every year.
Lubbock, TX 79424
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 2:00pm-9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 2:00pm
114th & Quaker
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer live music on our patio most Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, beginning at 7pm.
We offer a full line of catering options from buffets to plated meals. Contact us for details.
Parking is available in the main lot as well as lots to the East and Southwest of the building.
Private Party Facilities:
We have two private dining rooms, one which can hold up to 42, and another which can hold up to 80. Please call or email for details.
Private Party Contact:
Jimmy Rogers: (806) 687-6050
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We host a variety of wine events throughout the year. Contact us for information regarding our next event.
Las Brisas Southwest Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
Food and service rivaled NYC, Dallas or Chicago!! Absolutely an amazing meal. It’s so nice to have a restaurant of this caliber in Lubbock Texas.
The food was nicely seasoned and not too salty. The waiter was attentive but not intrusive.
The restaurant was quiet but it was early on a week night.
I have dined at many of the finest steakhouses across the US and would rank the steak's at Las Brisas to be among the finest. That said, and in my opinion, what separates one steak house form another is typically not the steaks but the sides. Unfortunately I found the Las Brisas sides to be lacking in options and quality. The lobster mac and cheese was pushed, I believe, primarily for it's high price. The "brocottini" (perhaps mis-spelled) was tough and tasteless.I was surprised by no mushrooms but was pleased that our server made the effort to have a side prepared that was excellent.
All in all a pleasant experience and a good meal. It could be enhanced by a greater array of quality sides.
We’ve been to Las Brisas a number of times and it had always been excellent however this last
visit was off. The service was not up to par and we felt rushed by the waiter, even though the restaurant was not full. While the steaks were great and cooked as ordered the fish was subpar. Evidently the fish had either been frozen or microwave because it had to be cut with a knife. Hopefully our next visit will be back to what we’ve come to expect from a great restaurant.
We come here when we are in town. Our service was not good at all. They never brought bread until after our meal came and I ask for it. Brought our appetizer then immediately our food. I think she forgot to turn our appetizer in. Brought our steaks and after a few minutes brought the sides. Never checked on us again.
The food is very good but overpriced for this market. Steaks are the specialty, but they brought out the filets on extremely hot plates, so just sitting there our medium rares turned into well dones. That's a service issue and not about food quality. I made a request to celebrate a special occasion, and while I didn't expect a sombrero on the guest of honor's head, it was completely ignored. Wine was offered at 3x retail, which strikes me as an unreasonable markup.
The service (Kraig) was excellent, and the prime rib was very good. The asparagus was far from seared and was just limp and flavorless. The first loaf of bread was some kind of herb bread and totally different than the bread at other guest tables. It was dry and very unpalatable. We were told it was just a different batch, but when we asked for the other kind of bread, it was totally not the same kind of bread and was soft, warm and very good. $7.50 for a split plate is ridiculous to just get an extra plate to cut my meat on, especially after paying $40+ on an entree. I will just eat off of my companion's plate next time. Our bill was over $60 for 2 people that split their meal and had only water to drink. It is not that I expected it to be cheap, but the "little things" leave a bad taste when you are spending that kind of money.
Normally our go-to place for a really good steak and atmosphere. It was somewhat lacking this time however. They served soggy French bread before the meal instead of the quality fresh baked bread they used to serve. And while the steak was good, it was not quite as good as what we normally expect at Las Brisas. Really hope the place isn't under new management and going downhill.
Sunday brunch service was terrible. Not once did anyone in our party of 8 get offered a drink refill. My daughter's quesadilla was burned to a crisp. None of the food came out at the same time. I had the sunshine burger - it was forgettable. I won't be back.
Based on other reviews, we decided to book a reservation on a Saturday night. My husband had the New York strip and I had the 8 oz. filet. Both steaks were seasoned well, but mine was undercooked. The server did take it back and when it came out, it was a little overlooked but still tasty. We both ordered soup. The mushroom and lobster bisque soups were both delicious. We both substituted cream corn for the side that normally comes with the steaks. That meant a $3 up charge for each of us. The problem was that the corn was so sweet I couldn't eat it. The server told me she had heard that comment before and she would tell the cook. I figured she would take the up charge off our bill but no she didn't.
Neither of us had an alcoholic beverage, but we did have dessert--a chocolate cake which was quite good for $12.
I believe our bill was $146 before tip. I do believe you get what you pay for, but in this case, I do think the prices are much higher than they need to be. I noticed a glass of Beringer white zinfandel was $15. A bottle at the store is about $6.
I would return since the steaks were large and tasty. However, I would choose my sides more carefully.
Took my family here to celebrate my daughters birthday. The atmosphere and service was ex excellent, but the food was not. I expected so much more from the prior reviews. The shrimp was overlooked and tough, and the crab stuffing for it was dry, badly over salted and generally poorly done. The presentation was good but the food quality itself was locking. The lobster pasta was drenched in butter (salted butter which made the whole thing over salted) and thr lobster was also overlooked and leathery. The steak quality was modest, and acceptable. But overall, for the cost of this place, it seemed a poor value. We are not foodies, but accustomed to eating at high end restaurants because of the nature of my work. This place has much to be desired. I don't live in Lubbock, so maybe I am expecting too much. A restaurant like this would go out of business in Houston, or San Antonio.
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