Texas Comfort Food Restaurant Opens New Location in Sugar Land

Sugar Land will soon have a new Texas-inspired comfort food option available. State tariff will open a second location in Sugar Land Town Square later that year, the owner of Town Square announced Planned Community Developers, Ltd. (PCD).

The new State Fare will replace a closed Cafe Express at 15930 City Walk. Like the original location in Memorial City, the new restaurant will be quite large – just over 6,000 square feet – and will serve lunch, dinner, brunch, and late-night bites.

“I couldn’t be more excited to share a restaurant that I truly love with such an amazing community,” owner Omar Khan said in a statement. “A prime location within Sugar Land Town Square will allow us to expand our State Fare Kitchen & Bar brand and bring this concept to another part of Houston. “

On the menu, diners will find all the dishes that propelled State Fare to Best New Restaurant at the CultureMap Tastemaker Awards 2017, including Chicken Fried Steak, Dill Pickle Dip and XXL Pancakes. Led by new Executive Chef Justin Yoakum (Fleming’s, Au Fudge), the menu also features lighter options like a poke bowl and vegan spaghetti. Expect a full range of craft beers and cocktails to match the original.

Khan’s Culinary Khancepts, a sister concept of Star Cinema Group, acquired State Fare from Cherry Pie Hospitality last year. Sambrooks Management Company, owner of Montrose’s popular barbecue, The Pit Room, has acquired Cherry Pie’s other concepts, including Star Fish (since renamed and transformed into 1751 Sea & Bar) and Pi Pizza.

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