In a Facebook post from Jan. 31, management with The Sugar Refinery shared that the Prohibition-era cocktail bar and restaurant had closed. The speakeasy-themed joint had been open for about three years at 2248 Texas Drive, Sugar Land. Before becoming The Sugar Refinery, the restaurant operated as BLU Lounge in the same space. In the Facebook announcement, management teased that this may not be the end of the road, saying, "P.S. As they say, when one door closes, another opens." 281-212-3662. www.facebook.com/sugarrefinerybar
The Sugar Refinery closes in Sugar Land Town Center
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