Where to Celebrate Sunday Funday in Sugar Land

Get your Sunday brunch started with a spread at Bar Louie at Sugar Land Town Square | Courtesy of Bar Louie

Houston is a great place to unwind. In this series, we hop from neighborhood to neighborhood, diving into the fun and tasty ways to join in on the time-honored tradition of Sunday Funday, from brunch to live music and more.

Lying southwest of the city, Sugar Land is one of the most rapidly-growing cities in the state.

The family-friendly suburb houses shops, parks, restaurants and worthy attractions, including state-of-the-art performance venue Smart Financial Centre (definitely check that out). It also hosts plenty of fun things to do on a Sunday.

Find more things to do with our Sunday Funday guides for neighborhoods across Houston.

Where to Celebrate Sunday Funday in Sugar Land

Dig into the Frito Pie and other belly-filling brunch plates at State Fare | Courtesy of State Fare

Get a Texas-sized brunch at State Fare Kitchen & Bar

Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs. Bacon Praline Griddlecakes. Big Brunch Burgers. And tasty cocktails to wash it all down.

It’s all a part of the Sunday brunch experience at elevated pub grub favorite State Fare Kitchen & Bar—as are the can’t miss Thai chili–infused margaritas.

Brunch runs weekends from 10am to 4pm.

Try brews from local taps to global favs at Flying Saucer in Sugar Land | Courtesy of Flying Saucer

Drink through a world of beers at Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

Belgian Golden Ales. Local Pecan Porters. German Pilsners. Scottish Ales. Flying Saucer’s got all kinds of brews from around the globe and our own backyard.

Start sipping your way through them as early as 11am on Sundays, and add on Bavarian pretzels, Saucer wings, and Black Angus burgers so you can keep the party going.

Open Sundays 11am to 10pm.

Fill up your Sunday Funday plans without ever leaving the Town Square | Courtesy of Sugar Land Town Square

Embark on a bar crawl around Sugar Land Town Square

Ripe with bars and restaurants, Sugar Land Town Square is definitely where you want to be for a good time.

Pop into local watering holes including Baker St. Pub, Bar Louie, The Rouxpour (hit up the bar), and the aforementioned Flying Saucer.

Dive into savory and sweet waffles, boozy brunch offerings and more at Jupiter Pizza & Waffle Co. | Courtesy of Jupiter Pizza & Waffles

Brunch on pizza & waffles at Jupiter Pizza & Waffle Co.

Whether you’re feeling sweet or savory, Jupiter’s got something for you this Sunday brunch.

Go for the Wake & Bake pizza topped with maple sausage, bacon and fried eggs or It’s Always Sunny steak and egg skillet; choose from fried chicken and waffle offerings like the Southern Belle with homemade maple cream; share plates of sweet potato waffle Lunar Fries topped with pulled pork; or definitely don’t share the Unshareable Nutella and banana French toast.

Open Sundays 9am to 9pm.

On Highway 6, Big Ben Tavern provides the down home vibes for Sunday Funday | Courtesy of Big Ben Tavern

Have a drink at your friendly neighborhood pub

That’d be Big Ben Tavern, a local hangout rocking 30 craft taps, excellent pub fare, and a friendly crowd.

Pick your poison from craft beers and house cocktails (or go for straight-up whiskey and shots) and grub on eats from Curry Fries and Coconut Shrimp to Bacon Jam Burgers and Butter Chicken Masala Quesadillas.

Open Sundays 11am to midnight.

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Brooke Viggiano is a food and lifestyle writer residing in Houston. When she's not contributing to publications like 365 Things to Do in Houston, Thrillist Houston and the Houston Press, she's on the hunt for the coolest happenings in the city. You can follow her musings on Twitter @BrookeViggiano .