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
We ordered the Beef Wellington which we told would take 45 minutes to make. Came out about that time but did not appear to be fresh from the oven to the plate to your table. Clearly the dish was made ahead of time. The pastry was not fresh, but doggy. The jalapeño appetizer was definitely made ahead of time and heated when served. Carrot cake was good but dry. Was not impressed at all with the food. Service was good and the cocktails were decent and that's all I can say that good at this place.
We reside in the neighborhood and our long term patronage at Las Brias has declines over the past 3 years. The food is marginal and significantly overpriced. And the service is atrocious. Following much patience and ongoing disappointment, our support of Las Brias is now finished.
Everything was great food and service wise, my biggest complaint is I am about 99% I left my wallet on the table and called as soon as I realized it and have called 2 days in a row now, and they know nothing about it. Pretty disappointed in such a high standard place that there are better folks working there than that.
Anniversay dinner. Was not even close to what we expected. We were sat in a row of tables that were all close together for 2 at each table. So you felt like everything you said was said to the couple to the right and the left of you. Since the tables were for 2 I had to sit across from my wife which is great because she is beautiful, but the tables were to long you couldn't really talk across it. They were way too narrow, too close to the others on both sides of you, and tolong putting you far from your spouse..
Ordered a med rare steak and it was definately past medium closer to we'll done. Food choices were limited also. They used to have a much bigger menu.
I can think of 10 better places to eat and spend half the money. Pretty sure next time we will.
3 generations......all loved it. Grandmom, mom, and niece. Delicious! We sat for almost 2 hours ~ they weren't busy. Our waiter was gracious and let us enjoy our time together. The steaks were delicious, the asparagus was cooked absolutely perfectly, and the truffle mashed potatoes were the best accompaniment to that steak.
Every time we come to Lubbock we go to Las Brisas Southwest Steakhouse. The ambiance is wonderful with the classic soft jazz in the background and the elegant white tablecloths. They have a great selection of wines and the steaks are always melt-in-your-mouth good! Perfect for an elegant evening dinner! First class!
There are too many tables in this restaurant. You get to hear the conversations of everyone around you. I had the Chilean sea bass. The sauce was heavy and overwhelmed the fish. The risotto and vegetables were a hot mess. Too many vegetables and everything was combined. One or two veggies separated from the risotto would have been fine. My wife had the raspberry filet which she wanted cooked medium. It arrived at the table rare. This is a steak house and they weren't even close in getting the meat cooked properly. For dessert we had the cheesecake which was very good. One thing that I thought was odd were the sizes of the forks and knives. They seemed extra large and clumsy to handle. This is one of Lubbock's pricier restaurants and I was expecting better.
While it was good overall, the noise level (including a piece of equipment in the kitchen rattling the wall through half the meal) was way too high for a restaurant in this price range. People packed in very tightly. Service was good, but slow.
Food was prepared well, served hot.
Lubbock deserves an exceptional restaurant - Las Brisas could be that with a little more effort.
We have been here many times and the service is usually average to slightly above average, but tonight it was below average. Arrived for reservation after calling and requesting a table by the windows- we were sat at the very back as far from the windows as you can get. That was fine- it was a busy night, so I understand. The issue was that no server appeared to have responsibility for our table, so we sat and waited, and waited with two hungry children. No drink order, no contact, nothing... Finally, I asked a server to locate the server for our table. Eventually, someone arrived. Maybe just an off night.
The food was really good, like quality of gourmet meals inpve had in Dallas. However, this is Lubbock, not LA or NYC or even Dallas. I think the price was high for Lubbock. Like, unusually high. I know it was good, but come on. $150 for 1 filet steak 1 appetizer 1 side dish and 2 glassses of wine???? Hmmm.
The bathrooms were in disarray and the whole ambiance is casual, not upscale gourmet, AT ALL.
I would never come back.
Restaurant was doing a modified menu the Friday night we went because of the UT/Tech football game being the next day. The server told us this was so they could get people in and out of the restaurant more quickly. This meant the beef wellington (the reason I came to the restaurant) was not on the menu.
I was disappointed and will go to Double Nickel next time.
I found this place online and decided to take my girlfriend on a date there. Best decision ever! We had our meal inside, great service great food! And then when we were leaving we heard music! And we found out there was live music outside! We went and took a look, went for a little walk around the pond, danced with the love music a little bit. Wonderful night, beautiful place. Can't wait to visit this place during the day!
I've been to Las Brisas several times. Their food is outstanding, especially the steaks.
I will say that I ordered my steak medium rare and it came out rare. I didn't say anything because it was a business meeting and I didn't want to call attention to this.
Their wine selection is spectacular.
It is very pricey so bring you're checkbook.
My wife enjoyed the salmon but the steak was the worst steak I have ever ordered. When we told the waiter that the steak was mostly fat he shrugged his shoulders and walked away. We had to listen to another waiter at a different table to know what options were available. Not at all worth $85 for diner for two. We were warned not to go there for steak and we should have chosen another venue.
The restaurant is great, with good wine, appetizers and steaks/seafood. The patio is nice to sit out and enjoy the evening. However, it is noisy with the band and all. Also, if dining with more than 4 people, the tables are small and round, so someone will get the crack! They have the most extensive variety of wine list I've ever seen. It is very expensive. As the 5 oz glass is $25
So sip slowly. It is expensive, and in my opinion, requires a special occasion to go. Wait staff is nice and accommodating but need to have someone at the hostess desk to show visitors to their table and not just point the way. No need to dress up as it is nice casual on patio; slightly dressier in dining room.
Discovered based on Yelp reviews while in Lubbock. Wonderful Server who provided details for each of my questions. Interesting menu that compels individuals to try something new, inspiring presentation combined with great tasting, well seasoned food. I'm only sorry that on Sunday's their pastry chef wasn't in so that I could have experienced the pecan pie~
Mediocre food for 5 star prices. My "prime" steak was overcooked, drenched in butter, and poorly trimmed. Do not call yourself a "steakhouse" if you serve steaks this way. The "spicy" calamari was completely flavorless. The other sides were good if not great however. Do yourself a favor and get the lobster mac and cheese and the stuffef jalepenos. Very very good. Desert and a massive wine list were also very well done l. Service was fantastic and the was very pleasant.
Final summary: Ok food that is not worth the price. In other words, a bad value.
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