The city of Houston is home to an abundant melting pot of various Latin cuisines that provide enriching and unique experiences for the community. The Houston community has benefited greatly from the cross-cultural blend of Mexican food and snacks. ELOTES BRAVOS, a Houston-based company specializing in roasted corn, also known as Elote in Spanish, aims to carry on the tradition of local street vendors to new heights, specifically Houston Sports Stadiums.
Elote is deeply rooted in Mexican and Latin American culinary traditions. It is often enjoyed in social settings, bringing people together to share a delicious and satisfying snack. Elote is a symbol of communal enjoyment and celebration. The versatility of elote allows for various unique regional and personal adaptations. The toppings on elote can vary widely. Some common toppings include mayonnaise, butter, cotija cheese, lime juice, and chile. It is not just a snack, but a cultural experience. Its variations reflect the diversity and creativity of different regions and individuals who have embraced this delicious and iconic treat.
ELOTES BRAVOS exemplifies the power of resilience and dedication that is common among family-owned small businesses. Through hard work, ELOTES BRAVOS has achieved new successes by nudging its way into Shell Energy Stadium, home of the Houston Dynamo and Dash, representing for the first time the local food scene in Houston. As a byproduct, ELOTES BRAVOS has been able to build strong relationships with Univision and Estrella TV, as well as being featured in local media like, KPRC’s The Texas Bucket List. You can find ELOTE SBRAVOS at different events across the Houston area.
On December 4, 2023 ELOTES BRAVOS will be recognized for its overall accomplishments. The City of Houston commends ELOTES BRAVOS for its commitment to the Houston Community and extends best wishes to ELOTES BRAVOS on continued success.
THEREFORE, I, Sylvester Turner, Mayor of the City of Houston, hereby proclaim December 4 as Dia del Elote in Houston, Texas.