Experience the flavor of the island at the Reggae Hut for Caribbean American Heritage month

Reggae Hut serving up some tasty island vibes in celebration of Caribbean American Heritage Month

HOUSTON – The Reggae Hut is a longstanding staple in Houston’s Third Ward community. Since Marcus Davis acquired the restaurant in 2005, they offer authentic, mouth-watering Caribbean specialties like Plantains, Jerk Chicken, Oxtails, and Garlic Shrimp. In addition to serving delicious Caribbean fare, you will find refreshing beverages such as Sorrel and Ginger Beer (non-alcoholic) and Caribbean cocktails like the Rum Punch and Mojito. The décor of the restaurant gives a bit of history about the people of the Caribbean and the vibe is always laid back.

Reggae Hut fills a niche in Houston’s growing ethnic community. The restaurant served as a considerable inspiration to Davis during the breakfast klub’s formative years, helping to hone his skills as an entrepreneur, business owner, and award-winning restaurateur. Click here to find out more information about the Reggae Hut and their special offerings.

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