Located at 903 Hutchins Street, Tulum HTX is a multi-level, black-owned restaurant and bar that features Caribbean cocktails, scratch-made Mexican dishes, and a rooftop patio to take it all in.
As its name suggests, 5,000-square-foot bar and restaurant takes its inspiration from the Caribbean city of Tulum. Through the front window, covered with the an image of the iconic Ven a la Luz statue, its soaring interior is fit with suspended lush accents, bamboo lighting fixtures, Aztec tiles, and a gorgeous eye-catching mural.
The restaurant serves a variety of shareable dishes, including Tulum street tacos, nachos, wings, and mozzarella lollipops. Additional dishes include wood-smoked rib tips, shrimp and grits, fried catfish, and hot Nashville chicken sandwiches. On weekends, visitors can enjoy brunch.
At Tulum HTX, visitors can follow the vibe upstairs to the canopy-strewn rooftop patio bar fitted with chaise lounge furniture. Here, visitors are encourage to lay back with a cocktail straight from the coastline. Bar-wise, Tulum HTX offers a variety of Caribbean-themed drinks, such as the paradise martini, made with vodka, pineapple juice, and passion fruit and jungle juice with rum, amaretto, peach schnapps, and pineapple juice.
Tulum HTX is officially open at 903 Hutchins Street in East Downtown. It’s open from 4 pm – 2 am from Monday through Friday and from 11 am – 2 am on Saturdays and Sundays.
For other Tulum vibes in Houston, Casa Nomad – a Tulum-inspired Mexican patio and restaurant – is now open with tropical chic and jungle disco vibes at M-K-T Heights .