State Fare Kitchen & Bar brings its concept to Sugar Land

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State Fare Kitchen & Bar, specializing in Texas favorites and Southern cuisine, will open its second location in Sugar Land Town Square, at 15930 City Walk, in late fall. The concept's first establishment, started by Culinary Khancepts, is at 947 Gessner Road, Ste. B190, Houston. It offers lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and happy hour with craft cocktails. The menu includes more than 70 made-from-scratch items, including frito pie and bayou bacon-wrapped shrimp as well as lighter fare, such as the EaDo Poke Bowl and vegan veggie spaghetti. www.statefarehouston.com

The new restaurant will occupy the 6,086-square-foot space that formerly housed Cafe Express, which closed in November.

Jennifer Fogle represented Planned Community Developers in the transaction, while Kristen Barker of Wulfe & Co. represented State Fare Kitchen & Bar.
By Christine Hall
Christine Hall joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2018, and covers Missouri City and Fort Bend ISD. She previously reported on health care innovation for the Texas Medical Center, was a freelancer, and held various news roles at the Houston Business Journal.


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