B.B. Italia Bistro & Bar coming soon to Sugar Land Town Square

B.B. Italia Bistro & Bar will be coming soon to Sugar Land Town Square. (Courtesy Berg Hospitality Group)
B.B. Italia Bistro & Bar will be coming soon to Sugar Land Town Square. (Courtesy Berg Hospitality Group)

B.B. Italia Bistro & Bar will be coming soon to Sugar Land Town Square. (Courtesy Berg Hospitality Group)

A former Memorial-area staple, B.B. Italia Bistro & Bar, will soon have a new Houston home at Sugar Land Town Square, the 32-acre pedestrian-friendly district featuring shopping, restaurants and office space.

The scratch-made Italian-American restaurant will move into a 6,770-square-foot space with a patio at 16250 City Walk Drive, Sugar Land, in late spring, according to a Feb. 1 announcement.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of the transformation of Sugar Land Town Square, which is fast becoming a destination for eclectic dining offerings in the Houston area,” said Benjamin Berg, founder and CEO of Berg Hospitality Group, which owns B.B. Italia, in the announcement. “This bustling, mixed-use development is a great fit for us, offering great walkability, retail, entertainment, and events that add to the experience and ambiance our guests want before or after a meal.”

Once opened, the restaurant will serve elevated comfort food dishes, such as whipped ricotta; chicken Parmigiano; housemade pastas, including a 20-layer lasagna; and New York-style pizzas.

“We are so excited to have one of the most exciting and dynamic restaurateurs in Texas coming to Sugar Land Town Square,” said Matt Ragan, director of retail programming and operations for Rebees, in the announcement. “The opening of B.B. Italia, nestled in our lush new landscaping and across from Department of Wonder, the new groundbreaking entertainment experience, will kick off the complete reimagining of that entire part of the square.”


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By Hunter Marrow
Hunter Marrow came to Community Impact Newspaper in January 2020. Before that, Hunter covered local news in Ontario, OR for three years, covering municipal issues, crime, and education across Malheur County and across the border into Idaho.