Choose from Five Options
$12 for $24 worth of lunch for a party of two, redeemable Monday–Friday
$12 for two Groupons, each good for $10 worth of takeout treats from the candy and ice-cream parlor ($20 total value)
$32 for a brunch package for two ($60 total value)
- $20 worth of brunch cuisine, served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Unlimited specialty mimosas and bloody marys ($20 value per person)
$32 for a dinner package for two (up to $62 total value)
- $30 worth of American cuisine
- Two glasses of wine or cocktails (up to $16 value each)
For the dinner package, choose between the following times to redeem:
- Friday or Saturday, 5:30–6:30 p.m. or 9–10:30 p.m.
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Sugar Factory at Town Square
Cuisine Type: American favorites with a French twist
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 25–50
Parking: Parking garage
Most popular offering: Sugar Factory Burger, steak frites
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Sugar Factory takes something simple—candy—and elevates it to a new level. Case in point: the signature Sugar Factory Couture Pop, a globe-shapped lollipop atop a bedazzled and reusable stem. Part fashion statement, it's no surprise the treat has wound up in the hands of celebrities from Katy Perry to Gerard Butler. But unlike a trip down the red carpet, Sugar Factory's candy is still accessible to the masses. Inside the 7,000-square-foot Town Square location, a technicolor castle awaits filled with all the company's signature treats. Gummy bears, fruit sours, and other bulk candies line one wall and even become unexpected ingredients at the onsite restaurant, Sugar Factory American Brasserie.
At the eatery, bartenders mix two-handed drinks such as the White Gummi, a fruity cocktail made with gummi worms, and the Blow Pop martini with a rim of bubble-gum pop rocks. Those specialty beverages complement the chefs' meals, which are inspired by flavors from around the world. Red velvet pancakes are as enjoyable to look at as they are to eat during weekend brunches and steak frites in classic French sauces rule lunch and dinner. Those savory meals are almost enough to make diners forget about sugar—at least until they glance at the dessert menu and see all the cakes, chocolate fondues, shakes, and sundaes that would make even Willy Wonka sing a song about jealousy.