Sammy’s Steakhouse

Sammyu2019s Steakhouse has major expansion plans, targeting the Sugar Land market in 2017.

Sammyu2019s Steakhouse has major expansion plans, targeting the Sugar Land market in 2017.


rch-2017-01-11-6What we reported
Sammy’s Steakhouse opened a new concept steakhouse in late November. The Sammy’s brand has five sports grill locations. Aside from steak, the menu also includes chicken, fish, a bone marrow appetizer and beef cheek stew.


What’s next: Sammy’s is set to open three new sports grill locations in Sugar Land, Tomball and La Grange this year.


7035 W. Grand Parkway, Ste. 10, Richmond • 713-234-7170
www.sammys-steakhouse.com






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