Say ahoy to Ostineria El Roli’s.
Birria beauties, El Roli’s Bites, have set sail on their newest venture: a brand-new, under-the-sea-themed restaurant in East Houston: Ostineria El Roli’s. [Featured image: @elrolisbites]
Plunged into Bayou City last month, El Roli’s Ostineria is whisking Houstonians 20,000 leagues under the sea with their new storefront at 3715 Hwy south 77082.
Stylized in the image of an oceanic tiki bar – lit with deep blue lighting fixtures, a ship-wrecked bar top, and a floating great white shark among dancing mermaids, surf boards, and cork tables – the new restaurant is making waves with their unique seafaring culinary experience in Houston.
The new restaurant hasn’t released many details regarding their menu, promising only fresh and great seafood for the whole family. If they’re in any way inspired by the original El Roli’s, one imagines that patrons ought to expect cheesy Birria tacos, enchiladas, tostadas, as well as vibrant range of drinks.
In addition to their tantalizing libations, El Roli’s Bites is also known for their dazzling fruit displays, that which include their mango on a stick (mango en palo), a mango carved in the manner of a flower; the Piña Tropical, a brightly festive pineapple concoction; and the Sandiloka, an explosive and vibrant watermelon treat.
El Roli’s is also known for their eye-popping snack options that range from elote corn, to Frito Pie, Tostitos, and Takis nachos – all served out of the bag.
The bar and restaurant also promises to host karaoke nights and steady happy hours. Ostineria El Roli’s is now open 11 am to 11 pm on Sundays through Thursdays, and 11 am to 2 am on Fridays on Saturdays.
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