There’ll quickly be a brand new native watering gap open for residents of Fort Bend County to soak up their favourite sporting occasions.

Spectator’s Sports activities Bar and Grill is planning its delicate opening for Aug. 15, with a grand opening occasion scheduled for Aug. 27 at 1525 Lake Level Parkway Suite 100 in Sugar Land, in keeping with spokesperson Cody Schuldt. The grand opening occasion can have stay music, school soccer and prizes for patrons, in keeping with Schuldt.

Schdult mentioned the bar menu might be a mixture of beer, wine and traditional cocktails, whereas the meals choice can have choices comparable to Wagyu burgers, chef salads, oysters, steaks, charcuterie boards and extra.

For extra info and to remain updated on the delicate and grand openings, comply with Spectators Bar and Grill on Fb or go to spectatorsbargrill.com

Alicia’s Mexican Grille closes native restaurant

A Mexican restaurant staple with a number of places within the Houston area has completely closed one in every of its eating places in Fort Bend County.

Alicia’s Mexican Grille introduced final week that its Richmond/Sugar Land location at 20420 Southwest Freeway has completely closed its doorways resulting from a change in constructing possession, in keeping with a information launch from the restaurant.

“It was a privilege serving friends within the Sugar Land and Richmond communities,” proprietor David Herrera mentioned. “We’re grateful for his or her assist all these years.”

The chain nonetheless has eating places working in Spring, Westchase, and Cypress, in addition to one in Katy within the northern a part of Fort Bend County at 25725 Katy Freeway.

For extra info on Alicia’s Mexican Grille, go to their web site at aliciasmexicangrille.com.

Thai 9 now reopens beneath new possession

A Thai delicacies restaurant in Sugar Land lately reopened following a shift in possession.

The Nines Thai Delicacies restaurant formally re-opened on July 12 at 203 Century Sq. Blvd. in Sugar Land, the restaurant confirmed in an e mail Monday.

“We are going to hold our flavors genuine to our Thai roots and we are going to present our clients what Thai hospitality is all about,” a restaurant consultant mentioned in an e mail to the Fort Bend Star.

To remain updated on The Nines, comply with @TheNinesThai on Fb or go to theninesthai.com.

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