The Five Best Frozen Drinks in Houston

Categories: Booze, Top Five

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Photo courtesy El Pueblito Patio
I just get a kick out of drinking from a coconut.
It is officially HOT in Houston. You wanna know how I know this (aside from the fact that I have to briefly walk from my apartment to my car to my office in the morning, and then again from my office to my car to my apartment in the evening)? The air conditioning in my car is out. Driving anywhere has become an exercise in seeing how close I can get to my eventual destination before I become drenched in sweat. It's super fun.

It's times like these that make me crave one thing, and one thing only: Frozen booze. Ice to cool me down and booze to make me forget how pissed I am about the whole air conditioner thing. I suppose I could make my own in the comfort of my cool apartment, but where's the fun in that?

Besides, there's no way I'm going to garnish my own drinks as nicely as these folks do.

5. El Pueblito Patio - Cocorita
Put the lime in the coconut and drink it all up. I think someone really wise once said that, and El Pueblito took heed, because that's exactly what they do at the swanky Latin/Caribbean restaurant. The Cocorita is exactly what it sounds like--a margarita made with coconut water then served inside a coconut for maximum gaudiness. Hey, sometimes you just want to drink out of a piece of fruit.

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Photo by Kaitlin Steinberg
Try a mysterious brew at Voodoo Queen.
4. Voodoo Queen - Penus Coladus
If you can get past the name and the slow, surly service, you'll find the Penus Coladus to be quite tasty. It's rich and smooth thanks to a generous serving of coconut cream blended with pineapple juice, Bacardi 151, light rum and Fireball whiskey. It's sweet but not cloying, and it packs quite the punch. Just because it doesn't taste strong...

3. Lei Low - Shipwrecked on Tiki Island
Where better to indulge in frozen tiki drinks than Houston's favorite new tiki bar? The patio isn't yet ready, but when it is, it'll be the perfect place to get shipwrecked (or just wrecked) on your own tiki island. This frozen drink featured black rum and coconut rum along with banana, guava and special tiki bitters. Much like the drinks at Voodoo Queen, a few of these will knock you on your ass.

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Location Info

El Pueblito Place

1423 Richmond Ave., Houston, TX

Category: Restaurant

Voodoo Queen

322 Milby St., Houston, TX

Category: Music

Lei Low Bar

6142 N Main St, Houston, TX

Category: Music

The Pastry War

310 Main St., Houston, TX

Category: Music

D&T Drive Inn

1307 Enid, Houston, TX

Category: Music

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11 comments
Mon Ica
Mon Ica

Frozen screwdrivers from under the volcano!!

Caz1
Caz1

Shame that the Volcano is not listed.  That screwdriver has stood for many years, renovations, and generations of 20-somethings.

Monica Jimenez
Monica Jimenez

Martha Kasabova either D&T or Mi Pueblito.. I'm thinkin mi Pueblito

Monica Jimenez
Monica Jimenez

Martha Kasabova I want one of these for brunch this Sunday lol

Tacy Taylor
Tacy Taylor

The half and half at D & T is the way to go!

mattprisheer
mattprisheer

The Refinery Burgers and Whiskey have the official fpsf Frozen Absolut Texas drink. Mango,Cucumber and Lychee... yum!

johnnybench
johnnybench topcommenter

How about the one that came before all the others - frozen screwdrivers at Under the Volcano.

KaitlinS
KaitlinS topcommenter

@johnnybench Those are good too! :) Is it too early in the day for me to be craving all of them?

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