Houston “Pumpkin Season” Pit Stops

In the great space city there are many spots where tourists and residents visit for a cup of coffee or buy treats satisfying the sweet tooth. Many tourists often rate Houston to have the best dining experiences, love the pastries, and amazing tourist experiences. Here are our top pumpkin season pit stops:

Pressed Juicery

This soft serve spot is full of discovery when you visit their Houston location, especially Downtown. Pressed Juicery is a brand founded in Central Valley, California and has grown successfully nationwide at their corporate branch locations including, Austin, Houston , New York , and Las Vegas. In late September, they introduced their new “Pumpkin Spice Freeze”, which is a cold soft serve with a kick of spice and add any topping of your choice. Something right for a sweet tooth or if you are looking for a treat on a hot day.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

The best thing about cake is you can find it in any flavor you like, and in every flavor of ice cream! One of the awesome places to visit is Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creameries, in the Southeast side of the city. Jeni’s was first introduced by CEO and founder Jeni Britton Bauer from Columbus, Ohio back in 2002 and now has 40 plus locations nationwide. This fall they launched in Houston, and released their new frozen soft serve, the “pumpkin cake roll”, that has a cake flavor with a kick of pumpkin spice. If you are in town and  looking for a treat on a hot day or craving  for a scoop to add for your Thanksgiving pie, Jeni’s is the place to go. You can also find your favorite flavor at any local Wal-Mart or Whole Foods store.

The Toasted Yolk

The Toasted Yolk Cafe is a soothing spot to rewind on a coffee break or if you are looking to catch up with friends for brunch. This season they introduced a new pastry on their menu including three new latte options “pumpkin”, “spiked pumpkin spice” and the “Chocolate Espresso Martini”. This is a good spot if you are a cocoa and pumpkin fan who prefers an extra kick in their coffee and can pair any latte with sweet pumpkin streusel donut.

Tout Suite” + Sweet at the Sugar Room

The Sugar Room in downtown is a fun place to rewind and relax for a late night dessert run in the city. This popular lounge is well known of its partnered coffee with “Tout Suite” and Sweet htx bakery in middle of downtown. For this season, they released their new “ pumpkin spice” macarons that goes well with any coffee latte. If you prefer a late craving , the sweet HTX bakery is always open til the midnight hour for your sweet tooth.

Three Brother’s Bakery

At three brothers bakery this spot is well known for its famous cake pastries and go to spot for coffee on the run.  This bakery has grown successfully in a decade, and shares 3 locations in the south Houston area.This fall, they are releasing a new pastry in their works the “Pumpkin pound cake” and “pumpkin spice cheesecake” that you can pair with any caffeine beverage of your choice.

Giant Leap Coffee

Giant Leap Coffee is a popular spot located in the space area of Houston and co-owned by Logan Beck since 2018. It’s business started from the East end in serving customers and students just minutes across from the University of Houston. Giant Leap is a home cafe to many residents of Uptown Park after opening a second location in September and is a go to study spot to many college students and is minutes away from the West university place area.

SouthSide Espresso

In the montrose area, this coffee go-to spot is known for their relaxing winery lounge and its top notch lattes around  this season. This spot was first founded by Sean Marshall in 2012 when he started off as a coffee connoisseur. At Southside Espresso, they are launching their new sweet potato latte for a limited time during October til the end of winter. They are well known in Houston, for its partnership with Coterie HTX Restaurant and their second brand, “Fusion Beans Coffee”.

Boomtown Coffee

Boomtown Coffee shop is a popular stop for many pumpkin spice fans, especially for residents in the heights is a go-to spot to relax and spend their mornings or study after school. This place offers customers free wifi every time you visit here. This month, they released their new pastry “ Pumpkin muffins” which is a great combo with any chai or  “ pumpkin spice” latte on their menu. If you are looking to relax for a coffee break or a spot to warm up on a cold day, boomtown is the way to go.

Houston Open Golf Tournament

Memorial Park Golf Course – a course many of us at Texas Tasty have played hundreds of times – is host to the Houston Open Golf Tournament now! And we are here for it!

Memorial Park GC is considered the crown gem of the Houston public golf courses the city owns. From 1947 to 1963, the course hosted a PGA Tour event 14 times, Arnold Palmer even won it once and this year the Houston Open is back within the boundaries of H TOWN. Located within an expansive city park of the same name, Memorial Park was born in 1923 as a nine-hole, sand-greens layout but bloomed into a fully grassed 18 in 1936.

Astros Golf Foundation unveils 2019 Houston Open dates - ABC13 Houston

This is the first time in more than 50 years that Memorial Park has hosted the PGA TOUR. The course, which is located in the midst of the country’s fourth-largest city, underwent a dramatic renovation before this year’s tournament. The Astros Golf Foundation (yes the same ones that won us our 2017 championship) took ownership of the tournament in 2018 with three key objectives: to ensure the PGA TOUR event remained in Houston, to bring the tournament back to its glory and into the heart of the city, and to provide much-needed resources and funds to the citizens and community of Houston through park improvements, charitable fundraising and investing in youth.

We visited Memorial Park GC on Thursday for the first round and loved every bit of it. The weather was amazing, the golf courses was in perfect condition, and the worlds best golfers were ready to take on Memorial.

Inside the renovation of Memorial Park, Houston Open host

The Vivint Houston Open is the first PGA TOUR event in the United States to have fans on-site since March. Two thousand tickets were sold for each round of the tournament.

“It’s great having fans back out again,” Texas native Scottie Scheffler said after shooting 67 on Thursday. “The energy was definitely a lot different than us just being out here by ourselves.”

Walking on a course familiar to us, seeing shots hit from the same areas we hit shots from, and not having to drive outside the city to see the world’s best golfers was amazing. Going to a sporting event with fans made 2020 feel semi-normal. We look forward to seeing who wins this week and to seeing the tournament grow into Memorial Golf course.

Revelry on Richmond: Houston’s Restaurant Review

Welcome to Revelry on Richmond! Located in Montrose, Revelry is a popular spot amongst Houston sports fans. It’s the place to visit if you’re looking for some great food, local craft beers, and cocktails.

The outdoor space is also a fun element of the sports bar. Check out the bar’s life-size “Connect Four” games and “Jenga” on their patio. The sports bar is also pet-friendly and assures guests that their furry friends are welcome as “Very Important Pups.”  

Revelry’s atmosphere is chill, and the staff does a fantastic job of making you feel right at home.

Appetizers to Share

We all love a great appetizer, but it’s also refreshing to see some bar favorites when ordering for the table. I recommend trying the “Fried Pickle Slices.” As the menu mentions, “breaded and fried pickle slices served with a Horseradish Dill sauce.”

If the fried pickles aren’t for you, check out their “Giant Pretzel.” A “huge pretzel from Cake and Bacon served with house-made Shiner mustard, Chinese five-spice butter, and three-cheese queso.”

Don’t forget to share!

Revelry’s Menu

Revelry has a variety of beers on its menu. From IPA to hard ciders, the menu has something for everyone’s taste buds. The staff recommendations are on the menu, so check those out before ordering!  The sports bar also has “beer of the week” specials, so don’t miss out; maybe you can catch your favorite beer on the list.

Courtesy of Revelry on Richmond


 Revelry has two sandwich options on their menu, “The Classic Chicken Sandwich” or their “Smash Burger.” The smash burger is a crowd favorite! The burger comes with American cheese on a Cake and Bacon milk bun and smeared with Morita Chile sauce. Don’t forget to add some delicious toppings! Lettuce, tomato, red onion, and pickles. The burger also comes with fries.

There’s nothing like a good burger while you’re watching a game at the bar! Revelry is open Sunday -Wednesday, 11:00 AM -12:00 AM, and Thursday – Saturday, 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM. 

Highway Vodka Review – Houston Hemp-Based Vodka In Distillery

Highway Vodka is changing the game by being the first black-owned hemp-based distillery in Houston, Texas.

The History

The history behind the creation of Highway Vodka originates eight years ago with the Vodka Co-founders, Ben Williams and Wendell Robins. Two friends whose love for distilling started out as nothing more than entertainment.

Fast-forward to now; Highway Vodka is creating a name for itself by sharing its unique strain of hemp that’s in its vodka! The company prides itself by ensuring that the ingredients of this enticing vodka are all “cooked up from scratch, by hand.”

History of Highway Vodka located in Houston

“I started to become interested in the ins-and-outs of distilling by watching my dad make batches with his friend,”

Highway Vodka’s lead distiller Codi Alan said. She is one of the first female black distillers in the country. I recently spoke with Codi, and she mentioned how her interest turned into her joining her family business.

“I think it’s so much fun to be a part of this business,” Alan said. “The best part about doing this is that I get to work with my family every day.”

Highway Vodka – Making Process

Highway Vodka making process

The Visit

Recently, I had the opportunity to visit Highway Vodka on #NationalVodkaDay! Codi took guests behind the scenes and elaborated on the process behind making the vodka. Hemp, locally sourced corn and water from their “artesian aquifer” is the foundation of their “mash.” The mash is transferred to the fermentation stage and sits for one to two weeks.

experienced the Highway Vodka backend process

The hemp activates as a binder to the yeast during the fermentation stage while converting the sugars to alcohol. During this period, a dense layer of hemp oil forms at the top of the fermenter. A six-time distilled vodka, highway vodka is smooth and has a distinguished taste!

After the tour we got to bottle our own vodka and eat tasty bites that were infused with Highway Vodka!

Highway Vodka food dish

For more information, follow the distillery @highwayvodka on Instagram, or visit their website.

The Magic of Aga’s – Authentic Indian in Houston

When you want authentic Pakistani/Indian food in Texas, Houston comes to mind, yes, there are some great placed all Houston Texas – last week we shared one of our favorite Indian restaurants in Houston. Today, let me tell you about my favorite Indo-Pakistani food spot in Houston known as Aga’s Restaurant.

The Roots

Aga’s is an Indo-Pakistani restaurant located in Sugar Park Plaza. They began business in 2001 and offer a memorable dine-in experience, along with delivery through UberEats, DoorDash, and Grubhub and catering services for all sorts of events. Since 2001 Aga’s has made a big name for themselves for their high quality service. Now, onto the star of the show: the food.

My Top Picks

Aga’s includes all sorts of authentic meals, desserts, and beverages. Their menu is very diverse and accustomed to fit many different preferences. For starters, all of the meat is halal, but there are plenty of vegetarian options as well! Let me tell you about my top picks in dishes whenever I visit! They offer tons of great options to choose from when it comes to appetizers, but my go to is Chicken Lollipops. These chicken drumsticks are perfectly marinated in a house blend of rich spices, deep fried and served with fresh homemade chili sauce.

The Curries

Starting off with curry, the selection of curries offered here is literally endless. They’ve got goat curries, beef curries, chicken curries, seafood curries, vegetarian curries, and even egg curries! My personal favorite is the Chicken Tandoori Masala curry. I have it with both rice and naan to get the full experience.

The chicken is soft and tender and the curry is rich in flavor and spice. The spice isn’t the kind that is unbearable, it is just the right amount that adds flavor and longing for more after every bite! I eat the chicken with the warm buttery naan first because it’s so easy to pull apart and then usually have the curry with rice because it allows its amazing flavor to be the star of the dish.

Did Someone Say Biryani?

Next up, we have the biryani. If you’re only going to order one item I would say make it this. Just like the other dishes, there are plenty of options for which type of biryani you can order. No matter what meat (or no meat) you have in your biryani, it packs a punch! In Indian and Pakistani culture biryani is a dish that takes time and attention to detail to create.

So many different spices and masalas are used when preparing it and it can be difficult to create in large quantities. However, Aga’s delivers it in its best form! They make sure that every bite is packed with bold flavor and it has the authentic home-cooked taste. It’s served with a cold yogurt sauce called raita to compliment its warm spice.

The Grill

Lastly, there’s no way I could forget to mention a dish from their grill! They have all sorts of grilled dishes and platters, but we can’t not mention their grilled goat chops. They are served sizzling straight off the grill and taste unlike anything else I have tried.

I can’t tell you the amount of grilled dishes I’ve had from other restaurants where it felt like I was eating leather! This dish is not supposed to cause endless chewing, it’s supposed to melt in your mouth, and at Aga’s it does just that. It’s got the nice traditional spices and flavors along with that beautiful charred flavor. It’s crispy on the edges but soft in the middle. They make sure to not over grill it so it doesn’t feel dry. I’d recommend having this one with naan, you won’t regret it!

These dishes are my favorites but they’re just a fraction of what Aga’s has to offer. When I visit I always find myself ordering multiple dishes just to get a taste of everything. I highly recommend visiting Aga’s Restaurant and exploring their menu whenever you’re in Houston!

For more reviews and restaurant recommendations be sure to check out our around town page!

Cascabel Review: Authentic Vegan Restaurant In Houston

Cascabel Vegan is celebrating its second anniversary! This restaurant is a popular favorite amongst the vegan community and my go-to place for authentic, Mexican, vegan cuisine. One detail that stands out to me about Cascabel is the inviting atmosphere that guests can experience.

Fun fact about the restaurant: Cascabel is Houston’s first full-service Mexican Vegan restaurant with a full bar. Events like karaoke and live music keep the restaurant’s energy as fresh as the food. Cascabel is the perfect place to enjoy quality time with family and friends.

Cascabel Starter: It’s Margarita Time

Cascabel starter margarita

There’s nothing more satisfying than a refreshing margarita. Cascabel offers an excellent variety of cocktails that blend well with the restaurant’s Mexican cuisine. The House Margarita is a staple and comes in fruity variations like classic lime, watermelon, and blueberry coconut, depending on the special that day! This drink is a perfect match for those who enjoy a sweet drink that still packs a punch. 

Try them all on Happy Hour!

Cascabel Menu: Vegan Birria Tacos

The tacos at Cascabel Vegan are unmatched! I recommend trying the “Vegan Birria Tacos“. Three corn tortillas stuffed with vegan mozzarella served with a side of barbacoa and consommé; the tacos come with a side of Spanish or cilantro rice. 

I appreciate how well the flavors in these tacos complement each other. The vegan mozzarella stuffed into the birria tacos is super gooey and fulfills that “cheesy taste” for vegans who still want to experience their cheesy cravings. 

Cascabel dish from the menu vegan birria tacos

Vegan Bistec Tacos

One of my favorite vegan meat substitutes, the bistec, is quite filling and savory. The marinated chopped soy grilled bistec with onions and peppers is an excellent choice to fill any taco or burrito of your choice. However, don’t forget the peppers and salsas; I always love to add some grilled onions on top. 

Cascabel dish  vegan bistec tacos from the menu

Vegan Poblano Quesadilla

I visit Cascabel frequently, and their quesadillas are never a disappointment. As the menu mentions, the poblano quesadillas combine cheesy and creamy goodness! The inside has vegan mozzarella, crema, poblano peppers, grilled onions, and corn in between a handmade flour tortilla; it also comes with a side of your favorite rice and a side salad. 

As a vegan individual, I will say that I have yet to taste any quesadillas that have the same intensity of flavors as Cascabels quesadillas. I have non-vegan friends who also enjoy their quesadillas and will say to me, ” I really can’t taste the difference.” It’s a win, everyone!

Cascabel dish vegan poblano quesadilla from the menu

Dessert: Vegan Flan

Finally, this tasty flan pairs wonderfully with a drizzle of chocolate and vegan whipped cream (coconut milk-based). In addition, the vegan flan is gluten-free and a nut-free dessert. The menu also has other tasty desserts that the restaurant makes from scratch.

Cascabel dessert vegan flan from the menu

If your mouth isn’t watering yet, follow Cascabel on Instagram “@cascabelvegan” to keep up with their specials and events. The restaurant is open Monday-Friday from 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM; Saturdays, from 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM, and Sundays, from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Happy eating, this is the best of vegan eats!

The Vegan Sushi Spot In Houston TX

The Vegan Sushi Spot is a staple for Houston Vegans who still want to experience sushi that fits their dietary needs. A refreshing twist on sushi, The Vegan Sushi Spot has a wide selection of rolls that will make you think twice whether or not you’re eating “vegan sushi.”

Vegan Sushi Spot Menu

As the menu mentions, this pop-up shop is 100% vegan and will satisfy your sushi cravings; the menu also has gluten-free and soy-free options.

menu of the vegan sushi spot

Currently based in Houston, TX, Chef Chris is making a name for The Vegan Sushi Spot with some fantastic flavors in the sushi rolls on the menu. It’s nice to know that vegan sushi exists. It doesn’t have to be “basic” for people to identify with some of their favorite sushi experiences.

The Food

From spicy to crunchy, I recommend trying a little bit of everything if this is a first-time experience. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or neither, The Vegan Sushi Spot is a universal place for anyone to enjoy.

the vegan sushi spot dish from the menu

One of my favorite sushi rolls on the menu is the “Tropical Roll.” With a lighter taste on the palate, the filling of this tropical roll is vegan spicy “tuna,” cucumber, topped with avocado, mango, bell pepper, and then drizzled with spicy mayo and sweet sauce. The uniqueness of every roll is impressive, and each sushi roll has a distinctive taste.

The presentation of the sushi rolls is another fun detail that stands out to me. Chef Chris does an outstanding job putting so much thought into the sushi rolls on the menu. It’s a plus that the sushi rolls are so pretty to look at while you’re devouring them. 

tropical roll from the menu

The “Spicy Dragon” is another favorite of mine. I appreciate the “kick” of flavor it has from the spicy mayo. The filling consists of vegan spicy tuna and cucumber, topped with avocado, chili powder and a drizzle of spicy mayo and sweet sauce. Similar to the “Tropical Roll,” The Spicy Dragon roll is a perfect choice for those who enjoy some heat in their food.

The Vegan Sushi spot is open weekly, but the hours of operation change depending on the day! The pop-up location also changes, so stay on the lookout to try some of the best sushi in H-town! Follow The Vegan Sushi Spot on Facebook and Instagram @thevegansushsispot to stay updated with new items on the menu.

Best Bars in Houston for a Refreshing Drink

This summer is about to get very interesting and fun. I don’t know about you all, but now that I am fully vaccinated, I am excited to try out a couple bars in Houston that I’ve been having in my bucket list ever since I turned 21. Grab your mask, your hand sanitizer, your ID, and get ready to add these next few bars in your bucket list as well!

1 – Present Company

Present Company

Not only does this bar look super aesthetically pleasing, but the drinks also look extremely good! If you are trying to go to a bar that will also have your Instagram feed looking extra good, I highly recommend this bar! They have a lot of tasty specialty drinks, but the one I am the most excited to try out is called “Rest in Paradise”. Tell me that name does not yell out summer to you!

2 – Truck Yard

Truck Yard

This is one of the very first bars that was added to my bucket list once I turned 21. They offer a variety of drinks to choose from including craft beers and various cocktails, but I think what really makes Truck Yard special is that it is basically an adult playground! It does not get any better than this.

3 – Tikila’s in the Heights

Tikila’s in the Heights

Tikila’s is one of the newer bars that has just been added to my list. The food and drinks are supposed to be really good, and let us also just appreciate how cute it looks! It literally seems like a little part of Hawaii just came to settle in Houston. They even serve their delicious drinks in small Tikis!

4 – Unicorn Disco

Unicorn Disco

Unicorn Disco is a cute, fun little bar that opened up a few months back. It offers a variety of drinks to choose from and a spot for bowling. The bar itself gives off very retro vibes and the aesthetic of it is 10/10 in my opinion! Plus, I heard that there is also a great dance floor! I will definitely be trying this place out this summer.

Kin Dee: Detailed Review of Houston’s Thai Restaurant

“Kin Dee” – which means “eat well” in Thai as well as being apart of a traditional Thai blessing, is the perfect name for the newest Thai restaurant in Houston Heights. Kin Dee opened in May under longtime friends Lukkaew Srasrisuwan and Miranda Loetkhamfu, both raised in Thailand, though their paths crossed in Houston in 2014. Their 30-dish menu reflects four distinct regions of Thailand through its authenticity, unique flavors, and overall vision. We were lucky enough to try out a few of Kin Dee’s signature dishes, and boy is there a lot to talk about.

Kin Dee Menu

I’ll start off by making it known: I love Thai food. I have always loved Thai food. I think Houston has amazing Thai food. And I think Kin Dee might be my new favorite spot for Thai food in Houston. When you walk into Kin Dee, you’re greeted with a lovely ceiling to floor elephant mural, luxurious red booths, and pleasant gold light fixtures. It’s all very cute and really sets the mood for what you’re about to eat and how exactly Kin Dee’s food is going to make you feel. I’ll give you a hint: it’s going to make you feel fantastic.


The appetizers offered at Kin Dee range from a few choices of salads, meat skewers, and wrapped food, such as the Money Bags – deep-fried minced chicken and shrimp wrapped in golden “money bags” meant to pass on good fortune or gold. A personal favorite from the appetizer menu is the Thai Flower Dumpling.

First of all, they’re probably the prettiest food I’ve ever eaten. The blue, petal-like dough is so delicate on the plate and so delicious once you eat it. The dumpling’s peanut filling is a perfect mix of savory and sweet that’ll leave you wanting more than just four.

Pro tip: DEFINITELY put some cilantro on top, it’s a crazy perfect compliment to the peanut filling.

kin dee menu dish


Now, before we move onto Kin Dee’s entrees, let’s talk about their drink menu. If you don’t drink, the Butterfly Pea Flower Tea is a perfect choice for you. It’s an herbal tea from butterfly pea flower mixed with lime juice with zero caffeine. It’s a refreshing tea that’s lightly fruity from the lime juice. Now, if you do drink, there are endless options for what kind of cocktail you can get. From a refreshing Sabai with basil leaves and fresh lime juice to a sweet and creamy Mango Sticky Rice with coconut milk and mango puree, there’s a cocktail for every mood you’re in!

The main dishes at Kin Dee are primarily noodle-based, with Thai staples such as curries, Pad Thai, drunken noodles, and Thai soups. There’s an entree for everyone; Pad Woon Sen with tofu for the vegetarian in your life, Kin Dee Fried Rice for the rice lover, or Shrimp Tom Yum Noodle Soup for the seafood fanatic.

An entree I think everyone could enjoy, except vegetarians (sorry to all the vegetarian readers), is the Northern Style Curry. Kin Dee’s Northern Style Curry is beyond delicious. It’s a bowl of everything good – egg noodles, coconut chicken curry, crispy noodles, lime, and shredded vegetables. If I could only recommend one item from Kin Dee, it’s definitely this curry. You have to try it; there aren’t enough words to describe just how good it is.

If you’re more into rice over noodles, I can respect that, and might I suggest the Thai Basil Chicken as your entree? Minced chicken (or tofu!), Thai jasmine rice, long bean, and Thai Chili Peppers are the primary ingredients in Kin Dee’s Thai Basil Chicken, and I just have to say, the flavor of the Thai jasmine rice is out of this world. Thai Basil Chicken is an incredibly popular dish in Thailand, so if you want a little taste of Thailand, this is the perfect rice dish for you!

kin-dee more dishes from their menu

Overall, Kin Dee is the perfect addition to the new Market development in Houston Heights. It’s perfect for lunch with the family or a night out with friends. It’s a great introduction to Thai food for those who haven’t had authentic Thai, while also being something comforting and familiar to those who already love and adore Thai food. If you find yourself in the Heights, give Kin Dee a try and find your new favorite Thai spot!

Location + Hours

1533 N Shepherd Drive Suite 160, Houston, TX 77008. Their hours are 11 AM – 3 PM; 5 PM – 10 PM Monday through Thursday, 11 AM – 3 PM; 5 PM – 12 AM on Fridays, 11 AM – 12 AM on Saturdays, and 11 AM – 10 PM on Sundays.

77 Degrees Rooftop Bar Review

The perfect time to get some great drinks and food on a patio is when the weather hovers right around 77˚F. That’s the inspiration behind Houston’s new roof-top cocktail bar 77 Degree, the optimal patio experience.

Spanning four levels, this stylish new modern island-themed spot is serving up eight different unique craft cocktails that are full of tropic inspiration. Pair these with one of their signature pineapple bowls or tacos and you’ll be in paradise. 77˚ sits right above Jack & Ginger’s Irish Pub at 2416 Brazos in Midtown.

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77 Degrees Menu

77 Degrees Houston menu consists of three categories, bites, tacos, and pineapples. Their bites are traditional appetizers like chips & guacamole and ceviche. Their tacos are amazing and are each individually unique. The Red Snapper taco comes filled with red snapper tempura, citrus slaw, Mexican tzatziki, and pickled radish. Each ingredient in their tacos complements each other astoundingly.

The El Loco pineapple bowl at 77 Degrees.

However, what I think is special is the pineapples. The Poppers Pineapple is their savory option with a hollowed-out pineapple filled with prosciutto-wrapped pineapple pieces and jalapeno.

For those that love spice, the El Loco Pineapple is filled with pineapple, seasonal fruit, tahin, chamoy, flaming hot Cheetos, and assorted candies. Finally, the Standard Pineapple is filled with pineapple, seasonal fruit, and a yogurt dipping sauce. The menu is all very affordable, with all the options ranging from $7-$14. 

77 Degrees Rooftop Review

There isn’t a better spot to enjoy 77 Degrees rooftop bar great food and drinks than on their beautiful patio. The ambiance is that of an upscale lounge on a tropical island, with beautiful views of the city.

There are four levels to the patio each adorned with a variety of couches, tables, and seats. There is even individual ‘cabana’ style seating to enjoy your time with friends. Once the sun goes down, the ambiance turns into a neon-lit beach club, with live DJs on select days.

77 Degrees Rooftop Age Limit

The party does not stop at 77 Degrees either, they are open from 4 pm-2 am every day. There is a 21-year age limit for entry, but you can order their food online through Grub Hub or Postmates. 

Does 77 Degrees Offer Delivery?

This joint does offer delivery through GrubHub or Postmates! 77˚ originally started in Austin, Texas in 2015, but in 2019 they brought the party to Houston. Whether you order their fun food offerings to-go, stay for cocktails and food with friends, or dance the night away with the live DJ, 77˚ offers something for everyone.

This rooftop bar is the perfect place to escape the busy city and sit back and relax in a contemporary tropical paradise.