Texas comfort food restaurant opens new Sugar Land location
Sugar Land, the wait State tariff ends this week. The Texas Comfort Restaurant will open its new location on July 8.
Located in a former Café Express at 15930 City Walk, the new State Fare will serve a menu similar to the Memorial Zone original that opened in 2016. That means deliciously over-the-top brunch dishes like H- Hot Fried Chicken. Town with pan-fried cheddar potatoes and oversized pancakes. Lunch and dinner offer a mix of burgers, salads, and hearty entrees like Chicken Fried Steak, Smoked Pork Chops, and King Ranch Chicken Spaghetti.
Sugar Land will offer a unique late night menu. Served from 9:30 p.m. to closing on Fridays and Saturdays, it has bites to share like queso and dill pickle dip, a short list of entrees including a breakfast plate and sliders under hamburger and cookie shape.
The restaurant’s signature cocktails also come to Sugar Land. Expect weekend Bloody Mary flights, plus a huge selection of frozen cocktails and other alcoholic concoctions at all times.
“We are thrilled to bring State Fare Kitchen & Bar to Sugar Land,” Executive Chef Justin Yoakum said in a statement. “The ‘Upbeat Southern Cuisine’ is ready to rock the community with our local favorites and new late-night items. Let’s not forget our “epic” brunch menu!
With 6,000 square feet of interior space, the restaurant offers plenty of space for socially distant dining. An outdoor terrace is also available. Staff are taking precautions to help limit the spread of COVID-19, such as wearing masks and following improved cleaning protocols.
Yoakum, who has been the Executive Chef of State Fare since 2018, brings the experience of Fleming’s and Au Fudge, a family-owned restaurant owned by actress Jessica Biel. Culinary Khancepts, a sibling concept of Star Cinema Group, acquired State Fare from Cherry Pie Hospitality in 2018.