Food & Drink in Sugar Land

$12 for $20 Worth of Teas and Drinks at Tea Bar and Organics

Tea Bar and Organics

Multiple Locations

Sip a variety of hot or cold drinks, including fruit tea, organic cinnamon rooibos chai, ingot jasmine tea, and lavender milk tea

$20 $12

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Steakhouse Dinner for Two or Four at Fernando's Restaurant (Up to 53% Off) 

Fernando's Restaurant

Sugar Land

Four-course dinner includes appetizer and salad, seafood and chop entrees, and dessert

$104.95 $51

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Oktoberfest Brewery Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Texas Beer Bus (Up to 51% Off)

Texas Beer Bus

Sugar Land Town Square

Climb aboard this bus, where beer lovers and educators unite in the pursuit of the finest locally made brews

$260 $129

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Hand-Tossed Pizza at Russo's New York Pizzeria (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Russo’s New York Pizzeria

Sugar Land

Hand-tossed New York–style pizzas covered in toppings such as buffalo chicken, artichoke hearts, and a fresh margherita blend

$20 $11

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Mediterranean Meal for One or Two at Turquoise Grill (Up to 38% Off). Four Options Available.

Turquoise Grill

Multiple Locations

Turkish, Italian, and Greek influences collide on menu featuring hummus, gyros, and Moroccan chicken

$19.50 $13

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Italian Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Antonia’s Cucina Italiana (Half Off). Two Locations Available.

Antonia's Cucina Italiana

Multiple Locations

Chefs plate housemade pasta, sautéed shrimp, and traditional Northern Italian cuisine

$20 $10

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$11 for $20 Worth of Frozen Treats at Baskin-Robbins

Baskin Robbins

Sugar Land

Popular ice creams and toppings in a cup, cone, or sundae

$20 $11

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Smashburger isn't just the name?it's the way chefs, otherwise known as Burger Smashers, cook every burger. First, they form never-frozen, 100% Certified Angus Beef into a giant meatball. Then they season it, place it on a butter-glazed grill, and smash it into a patty. The process caramelizes the beef, locking in flavor while keeping the meat juicy and tender. Each slab is then sandwiched in an artisan bun and is turned into one of an array of standard burgers or locally inspired specialties unique to each market.

This handcrafting approach typifies everything else the restaurant does, from blending handspun shakes to hand painting Smashburger's logo onto every beverage cup. Letting its food stand for itself and relying mostly on word of mouth for advertising, the Smashburger franchise expanded from one restaurant in 2007 to 220 today, with its swift growth from zero to 100 stores making it one of the nation's fastest-growing restaurant companies. This rapid development even caught the attention of Forbes and Inc. along the way.

2623 Town Center Blvd N
Sugar Land,
TX
US

The shades are drawn in a small room, where a lone figure refracts powerful beams of light through garnets and rubies. The light is helmed not by a supervillain bent on the earth's destruction but by one of Sugar Land Laser Tattoo Removal's expert technicians, who aims to obliterate unwanted ink. Wielding the double-laser Astanza system, staff experts combine three wavelengths of light as they fade away single and multicolored tattoos.

Each treatment regimen begins with a consultation to determine how many sessions will be required; depending on tattoos' sizes and hues, some can be removed in two or three 10-minute treatments, whereas others will require further zapping. After each treatment, the sensation of which is commonly described as being flicked by a rubber band, the clinic doles out aftercare advice, such as avoiding the sun and utilizing cold compresses.

1111 Highway 6
Sugar Land,
TX
US

The Russo family moved from Italy to New York in 1964, and from New York to Texas in 1978, carrying with them time-honored culinary techniques imported straight from the old country. Anthony Russo has worked side by side with family members and Italian chefs since the age of 12, learning to prepares salads, pastas, and pizzas from only the freshest of ingredients. Anthony's love for his family's cooking grew into a lucrative business, with Russo's Coal Fired Italian Kitchen restaurants and Russo's New York Pizzerias popping up all over the American South.

Like a cookie decorated with Lady Liberty's Social Security Number, Russo's pizza is an edible souvenir of the Big Apple, introducing palates to the thin, crispy brick-oven pies that helped make New York cuisine world famous. In between bites of basil-, anchovy-, and meatball-crowned pizzas, diners feast on baked ziti, lobster ravioli, and tortellini carbonara, as well as oven-cooked flatbread sandwiches and toasted calzones.

403 Highway 6
Sugar Land,
TX
US

With parents hailing from Sicily and Naples, Anthony Russo enjoyed an Italian upbringing. By age 12, he spent much of his time in the kitchen, learning to prepare Old World recipes with his family and family friends. And from the flurry of Italian phrases and conversation, one quote of his father's stuck with him most: "If you can't make it fresh, don't serve it!"

Several decades later, Anthony has hand-tossed his own Italian restaurant franchise and, true to his father's words, employs fresh ingredients in the same family recipes that were passed down to him. Amid exposed brick and walls the warm hue of marinara, skilled chefs craft New York?style brick-oven pizzas with toppings such as spinach, sundried tomatoes, and capers. Servers stand ready to answer questions about the restaurant?s wine lists, letting guests know which wines pair best with the pizzotto sandwich or whether pinot noir can really turn dogs invisible.

6560 Greatwood Pkwy
Sugar Land,
TX
US

A lifetime in the kitchen informs the menus of Mia Bella Trattoria Sugar Land's owner and head chef Youssef Nafaa, a native of Morocco who has been honing his craft in stateside restaurants since 1988. After toiling his way up from busboy in Chicago to culinary consultant in Houston, Youssef opened the first branch of Mia Bella on Main Street in 1998, promising "Italian food with a twist." Today, the bistro has budded into a quartet of fine-dining establishments. In 2011, the Houston Press awarded the restaurant Best Brunch Restaurant for its Mediterranean-fusion take on the popular hybridized meal and its "'bottomless' mimosas and bellinis; exceptional service that puts you in a good mood even mid-hangover; tall windows that stream sunlight into the dining room; and, of course, delicious food."

16535 Southwest Fwy
Sugar Land,
TX
US

Soaring white columns crowned by a pediment beckon guests to the door of Fernando's Restaurant?and once they're there, the aroma of char-grilled steaks, Latin seafood, and chicken simmered in wine sauce brings them over the threshold. At cloth-draped tables set with red linen napkins, diners settle into leather seats topping cherry-toned wood chairs.

Servers bustle through several feet of open space in between tables, carting such dishes as the tender steak Fernando, paired with asparagus and garlic mashed potatoes, and the signature paella: yellow saffron rice with a bounty of clams, mussels, scallops, shrimp, fish, crawfish, squid, chicken, and chorizo. Fernando himself often takes to the kitchen or waits on his guests alongside the servers.

The bar hosts both early and late-night happy hours, and a dance floor with music?sometimes live, sometimes blasted from a passing car outside?gets guests moving.

14135 Southwest Fwy.
Sugar Land,
TX
US