5100 7th Street
Bay City, TX 77414
Phone: (979) 245-9300
Fax: (979) 245-2250
5100 7th Street, Bay City, TX, US, 77414
- Phone: (979) 245-9300
- Fax: (979) 245-2250
For an evening that is fun, with great food and entertainment, head straight to the Greek Bros. Oyster Bar & Grill. The hip ambiance is energetic, intimate and low lit. Treat yourself to the feta chicken, grilled tuna steak salad, dijon chicken, rib eye, and the unique oyster rockefeller. They feature live performances every night. They offer an extensive bar with a great variety to choose from. Make sure you leave enough space for the irresistible desserts. For private events and special celebrations, hire their space and catering facilities for a memorable time. Call ahead for more information.
If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
Start your meal with a soup made fresh daily and a Cherry Coke made from the old fashioned soda fountain. Sandwiches, such as the specialty of the house, Chicken Salad, are made on hearty white or honey wheat berry bread. Half pound burgers, fried or patty melts will appease any appetite, or substitute the home made onion rings. For the health conscious treat yourself to the fresh fruit, healthy salads and sugar free ice cream. Kid friendly meals as well as the old fashioned soda fountain homemade ice cream desserts like the Brownie Sundae or Banana Split can make the whole family’s day. Hand crafted floats and shakes are also available.
This popular restaurant looks like something straight out of a western movie. The barn-like exterior and wooden floors add the perfect touch of rusticity. A live band plays out back on Friday and Saturdays. Put on your boots and get ready for some two-stepping. Bring your appetite and sample all the Texas barbecue you can handle. The brisket, chicken and ribs are superb but save a little room for some blackberry or peach cobbler. It just might be the best this side of the Mississippi River.
Black Walnut Cafe is a pleasant "tweener lounge" of sorts. They have every kind of food for every type of hunger. The joint was seemingly made for that all too common "I'm-hungry-but-I-have-no-idea-what-I-want" mood. The affordable server free cafe has plenty of seating both in and outside. While you're waiting for someone to finish up their shopping just steps away at First Colony Mall, enjoy their complimentary wireless internet with an ice cold beer, glass of wine, creamy Cappuccino, or fresh satisfying Arnold Palmer. If you're hungry, they serve hearty omelets all day and an incredible lineup of salads. Consider the huge slices of freshly baked cakes as well. -Adam Rosen
Grimaldi's Pizzeria is a fantastic place to get your pizza fix. Whether you're eating out or taking it home, the gooey mozzarella blanketing their tangy fresh tomato sauce atop a final resting place of perfectly thin crust is what food is all about. If you're not into great pizza in its most simplistic form, this Sugar Land eatery has plenty of combinations of toppings, like meatballs, roasted red sweet peppers, creamy Ricotta cheese, grilled chicken, and even Kalamata olives, in addition to the standard pizza extras. Feel free to choose your favorite combo of toppings baked into a crispy Calzone. They have wonderful salads as well. -Adam Rosen
Kona Grill is the social butterfly of Asian-American restaurants. Their delicious steaks, sushi and cocktails are accentuated by their packed happy hours. Seemingly a mecca for the post-work young professional crowd, Kona is not only a fine place to dine, but also to meet people. Whether for professional or social networking, the culture is a sort of big impromptu party every evening. And what's a party without a tray full of Sake Bombs and platters full of Spicy Tuna Rolls? Looking for something substantial? The Hawaiian Ribeye is wet aged and grilled with pineapple. The Pan-Seared Ahi (Tuna) is a heart-healthier choice. -Adam Rosen
Mia Bella Trattoria is a loving tribute to the traditional weekend family gatherings for food and drink of the old country, with an American twist. This Sugar Land Italian gem is a delicious synergy of old school Italian and current complex American tastes. The Roasted Vegetable Panini is a fine choice for lunch, with a lightly glazed medley of roasted vegis on crispy flatbread with smoky Provolone cheese and a tangy sun-dried tomato pesto smear. For dinner, try their Vitello Alla Mia Bella--some of the best Veal Marsala in the city. Consider them for weekend brunch as well; an impressive value. -Adam Rosen
When you're ready to try a less corporate Teppanyaki restaurant--that is, a delicious flat grill Japanese steakhouse, make a reservation at Taisho. Located in the heart of Sugar Land's City Center, Taisho has quite an intimate atmosphere when compared to its primary internationally franchised "cook-at-your-table competitor." Grab a booth (where you won't reek of garlic for the rest of the night) and start off with some warm sake and salty Edamame. Then go big with the Shogun Special: grilled chicken, lobster, and filet mignon. If you're sharing with friends, you can never go wrong with the lightly crispy Seafood Tempura. Of course, the sushi is solid too. -Adam Rosen
One of the many restaurants to join the new Sugar Land Town Square, Fish City Grill provides an anchor that is both creative and delicious. With purple, gold and green colors bouncing off the walls like the omnipresent Zydeco music, the Fish City Grill offers a stable menu of both Cajun-inspired seafood dishes and standbys for the less adventurous that will entice business travelers and families alike. Although they serve Maryland Crab Cakes, the specialties are those that come from the gulf, like the crawfish Po-Boy or the blackened catfish. A fun, bright and party type atmosphere, combined with solid, semi-adventurous dishes, the Fish City Grill is worth a visit for a drink or dinner. - Richard Hannah
The Cheesecake Factory is surely the place to go when craving a rich and delectable slice of the mouth-watering dessert, but this restaurant offers much more. Serving appetizers, lunch, dinner, late night dining, Sunday Brunch, and a full bar, the Factory is a great choice for a casual dining experience. Everyone will find something to their liking with over 200 menu selections of pizza, pasta, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 delicious cheesecakes and desserts.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is an upscale dining experience. The restaurant is famous for serving the best steaks, from the best cuts. When the weather is good, the gorgeous outdoor seating makes a great option if you are dining with friends. The restaurant also has several options for private dining. Some of the recommended dishes here are Prime Bone-In Cowboy Ribeye, Perry’s Famous Pork Chop and the Petite Surf & Turf. For those with a sweet tooth, the Mont Blanc a la Frisc is scrumptious!