Tag - Food & Drink

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Experience live painting during the festival from artists like Liz Umanzor.

Calling all creatives! The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation is back with its popular two-day Sugar Land Arts Festival celebrating artistic talent and heritage through artwork, music, and dance! Block your calendars for April 27th and 28th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and head over to the Plaza adjacent to Smart Financial Centre to join in on the fun!


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Try a Vietnamese twist for your caffeine fix!

Looking for a coffee fix? Check out our list of the best brews in Sugar Land.

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The dream team: tacos and margaritas!

What is Cinco de Mayo? Cinco de Mayo is a holiday celebrated on May 5 in honor of a military victory in 1862 over the French forces of Napoleon III, commemorating the Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla.  No matter your reasoning for celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Sugar Land, you will find plenty of things to do. 

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Enjoy the cozy vibes for lunch or coffee at SIlom Station,.

If you’re looking for a great place to eat Thai food in Sugar Land, consider Silom Station. This mixed-concept restaurant is the newest addition to Thai Cottage Group’s 25-year restaurant portfolio and is a promising addition to Sugar Land’s food scene!

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Who doesn’t love a delicious meal paired with the perfect drink? At Sugar Land Town Square, where there a handful of restaurants serving delicious global cuisine with amazing drink selections. Below is a list of some of the top places you can find great food and drinks in the heart of the “Sweetest City in Texas.” Not sure what to order? Don’t worry, we’ve narrowed down a “must try” item at each location.

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St. Patrick's Day was originally a religious occasion to observe the death of Ireland’s patron saint on March 17. Now it has evolved into a cultural celebration of food, music, and dance!

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When people think of drinks, they typically think of coffee or those with an alcoholic persuasion, but in Sugar Land our tastes extend to boba tea, sweet tea, juices, and smoothies.