Before they formally established American cuisine, the pilgrims were forced to eat raw baseballs and lick reality-show hosts to taste the fruits of the New World. Celebrate centuries of culinary progress with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of American fare at Char House Bar and Grille at Sugar Land Town Square.
Favorably featured on Fox News, Char House Bar and Grille dishes out a menu of meat-laden comfort fare. Launch edible excursions from an onion-ring tower, a skyscraper of deep fried onion rings erected next to a diving pool of spicy chipotle mayo ($8). The Malibu burger, cloaked in sliced avocado and buttermilk ranch, transports noshers to the sunny West Coast ($10), and the open-faced flank-steak sandwich painted with horseradish cream harkens back to a gentler time before overprotective bread smothered its meaty offspring ($10). Meat abstainers can munch the grilled swiss cheese slathered in tomato pineapple chutney ($7) or the roasted artichoke garlic hummus ($8). The New Orleans-style crème brûlée tops the short-but-sweet four-item dessert menu ($5).
Set on the former site of the historic Imperial Sugar Factory, Char House Bar and Grille channels its saccharine heritage into charming crimson walls, candlelit tables, and cozy booths ideal for building napkin-and-straw forts to protect purse-sized My Little Pony collections from horse thieves.
Sugar Land Town Square
2268 Texas Dr.
Sugar Land, Texas 77478Get Directions