There’s a unicorn wonderland called Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar in Houston, Texas. This magical unicorn cafe opened up on April 2019 in the Montrose area, and it’s super popular.
Let’s have a look, shall we?
Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar in Houston – A Unicorn Wonderland
Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar is filled with pink and pastel colored decor. Stuffed unicorns are hanging from the ceiling and there are unicorn figurines on the counter.
Everything in this dessert bar is “instagrammable”. This place is just not about the desserts, it’s about the experience.
I must say I don’t like everything about the decor of the place; the plastic chairs seem a bit cheap, and the neon lights don’t look very nice to me.
But I do love the pastel colors and unicorns!
Rainbow Cakes, Pink Hot Chocolate and Unicorn Donuts
Everything about the Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar is related to unicorns, so all the desserts are pink, cute and pastel colored.
They have unicorn donuts, unicorn cupcakes, pink hot chocolate and rainbow cakes. Everything is filled with sugar and sweet colors.
Waiting Times Up to 4 Hours
As I mentioned, the Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar is super popular. Everybody loves unicorns, right?
If you’re planning to visit Houston, you might want to have plenty of time for visiting Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar. In the weekend, the waiting time can be up to 4 hours! It might be a good idea to visit on a weekday, and even then it might be full here.
Kids and adults love the place, and the customers say it’s “definitely worth the wait”.
Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar – Are You Booking a Ticket to Houston?
I’ve never been to Texas, but I must say the Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar makes me want to head to Houston. I’m sure kids love this place, but unicorn-loving adults definitely love it as well.
Have you visited Magical Unicorn Dessert Bar in Houston? Or have you visited some other unicorn dessert bar or coffee shop in another location? How was it?
If you haven’t been to this magical dessert bar yet, would you like to go? What would you have for dessert? Please let me know in the comment section below. 🙂