In the heart of the old Imperial Sugar mill, the new Sugar Land heritage museum is a great treat for Sugar Land locals and history buffs alike. Despite being a little museum, you will learn a lot about the city’s past and the famous Imperial Sugar company as well.
This upscale Latin and South American restaurant offer a unique experience with a splendid atmosphere that is a great place for a special occasion. The food is phenomenal with amazing Brazilian churrasco steaks and the addictive plantains chips are great palate starters as well.
If you’re in the mood for a relaxing Japanese barbecue experience then look no further than Gyu Kaku. What makes Japanese barbecue unique is you cook all your food in a really hot stove at your table. There is quite a big selection from steaks to seafood and excellent appetizers.