Ginger Mule Tonics & Meals opens in Sugar Land Town Square

Robert White debuted his fourth restaurant concept in Sugar Land Town Square with the grand opening of The Ginger Mule Tonics & Meals at 2228 Texas Drive.

The Ginger Mule features southern-influenced comfort food as well as a selection of craft cocktails and beers, small-batch ales and casked brews.

White, who also owns and operates Japanerios Sushi Bistro & Latin Grill, Guru Burgers & Crepes and Jupiter Pizza & Waffle Company, said The Ginger Mule concept drew inspiration from American comfort meals with a local twist.

“It is a culinary celebration of our great country,” he said. “[It is] a tribute to the loyalty, hard work and dedication of so many generations that came before us and built this great nation.”

For more information and a full menu visit www.gingermule.com.
By Connor Hyde
Connor covers Sugar Land and Missouri City businesses, Fort Bend ISD, city government and Fort Bend County. He joined Community Impact Newspaper in December 2014 as the Sugar Land | Missouri City reporter.


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