Foodie Guide

Sugar Land is more of a foodie town than the casual diner realizes. With its global community and love for local produce, Sugar Land has several must stop eateries that offer unique flavors from around the world. We have highlighted some of these dishes below and where you can find them.


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CHICKEN & WAFFLES

Jupiter Pizza & Waffles Co.
16135 City Walk
Sugar Land, TX 77479
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Southern comfort, crispy chicken and rich waffles is what diners can look forward to at Jupiter. Sweet and savory Belgian waffles dominate half the menu of this local eatery, with toppings that include: prosciutto, eggs, pulled pork, Oreo crumbles and Nutella. Not in the mood for waffles? Why not try some of Jupiter's one-of-a-kind pizzas, like the Japaneiros pizza which takes its namesake from a local sister restaurant. This "you'll want to eat every single bite" pizza is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, fontina cheese, red bell peppers, free-range chimichurri chicken, sweet plantains, cilantro and basil.
 

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FAJITAS

Carmelo's Mexican Grill
4888 Hwy 90A
Sugar Land, TX 77478
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If you're looking for great Tex-Mex, look no further than Carmelo's Mexican Grill. Diners are treated with complimentary homemade chips and salsa once seated. Bite into everything that is good and tender when you order the Fajitas Monterrey. Words cannot express the flavor that fills your mouth when the taste of tender beef interplays with crisp poblano peppers, bacon and melted, creamy cheese.


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LOBSTER PASTA

Sweetwater Seafood
16525 Lexington Blvd
Suite 160
Sugar Land, TX 77479
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What do you get when you take angel hair pasta mixed into a creamy garlic sauce and served on top of a perfectly cooked lobster?....seafood heaven. Arguably the most raved about dish by visitors, the lobster pasta completes any visit to Sweetwater Seafood. 


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PHO

Pho Ben
3613 Hwy 6 S
Sugar Land, TX 77478
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There's nothing better on a cold day than a nice warm bowl of pho. Actually, since cold weather is typically hard to find in Sugar Land, pho is great to have year-round. This Vietnamese comfort dish has found a home in Sugar Land and in our bellies. Try the Phờ Tái Nạm Gãu (No. 20) on your next (or first) visit to Pho Ben. It's a beef noodle soup with eye of round steak, well-done flank and fatty brisket.
 


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PIZZA

Pizza Parlor
13425 University Blvd
Suite 500
Sugar Land, TX 77479
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Crispy crust, a beautiful tangy sauce, creamy cheese and fresh toppings are the ingredients for a perfect pizza. You can build your own or choose a variety of pizza favorites at the Pizza Parlor, including Buffalo Chicken, Margherita and the New Yorker. 



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PORK CHOP

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
2115 Town Square Place
Sugar Land, TX 77479
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Perry's Steakhouse & Grille's pork chop recipe has been perfected over 37 years by the Perry's family. The pork chop stands a staggering seven-fingers high and is cured, roasted, slow smoked and caramelized to (well) perfection. This guest favorite will make your taste buds thank you through every savory bite. 
 


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SUSHI

Oba Japanese Cuisine
4645 Hwy 6
Suite C
Sugar Land, TX 77478
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Clean, fresh taste and a buttery, melt-in-your-mouth texture describes Oba Japanese Cuisine's Chirashi Bowl to a T. With succulent pieces of salmon, mackerel and white tuna in the mix, what's not to love?
 


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CRAFT BEER

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium
15929 City Walk
Sugar Land, TX 77479
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Hanging out with friends at a bar is pretty ordinary, but how about hanging out with friends at a bar with over 200 beer selections? Visitors can grab a pint, create a flight, watch a game or enjoy Flying Saucer Draught Emporium's pub fare. 

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