Enjoy the Best Late-night Eats in Houston To-go

People enjoying pizza at a sit-down restaurant

When a late-night craving hits, several local restaurants around our Houston apartments have you covered. 

They offer everything from pepperoni pizzas to Maine lobster rolls until the wee hours of the morning. When you’re ready to order, the eateries offering pickup or delivery near our Houston apartments include:

Roadster Grill

At Roadster Grill, you’ll find a menu full of Greek-American fare with a Houston twist. Owner Nick Semoudiaris has fond memories of growing up at his family’s delicatessen. He takes inspiration from his mother’s recipes and proudly uses fresh, quality ingredients to create every meal from scratch. Dishes include souvlaki skewers, Greek burgers, and crispy chicken sandwiches. Roadster Grill is open until midnight and offers both pickup and delivery. 

Loch Bar 

Nestled in the River Oaks District, Loch Bar is a classic seafood tavern. It boasts a varied menu and  features one of most extensive whiskey selections in Texas. In the kitchen, the chefs prepare popular East Coast dishes while utilizing Gulf seafood. Menu offerings include Saint Arnold fish & chips, Maryland crab cakes, and Loch burgers. Loch Bar serves until 2:00 a.m., and offers convenient pickup. 

Frank’s Pizza 

Offering hand-tossed pizzas, Frank’s is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Everything from the dough to the sauce is made in-house daily. The chefs serve large portions at reasonable prices, and you can build your own pie or sample a specialty creation. Choices include Hawaiian, garden veggie, and chicken bacon ranch. Frank’s is open late on Fridays and Saturdays. Pick up your order by 3:00 a.m., or have it delivered before 2:00am. 

As you enjoy your late-night meal, learn about the Briscoe Center for American History from the comfort of home. 

To become a resident of Marquette at Piney Point, please contact us. Our leasing staff would love to tell you more about all that our apartments in Houston have to offer. 

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