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Finally Visiting Cuchara

An evening of highs and lows.

Tierra del Fuego, based in Puerto Rico, is opening its first stateside location in Sugar Land's Town Square this fall. The restaurant will serve Argentine-style meats like beef, pork, chicken and fish along with a multitude of salads, pasta, appetizers and desserts and will have a full-service bar. Customers will also have the opportunity to cook their own meats over a charcoal grill, as noted by Houston Business Journal. While Houston is full of Brazilian restaurants, it will be nice to have a change in cuisine styles with Tierra del Fuego.

B4-U-Eat's newsletter tells us that Portugalia is being replaced by the bar and grill Wild Alaska Tavern, opening July 22. The location is being renovated to include a section for live music and a dance floor.

B4-U-Eat's newsletter also notes that the family-owned Ichiban Sushi & Tapioca opened its second location in Houston Chinatown on July 3. Frey's Backyard Cafe opened in Tomball on July 9, serving simple, classic meals and a giant burger named the "Big Jack."

The deep-fried lake fish.
Minh T. Truong
The deep-fried lake fish.
First prepare the avocado, then pour the egg into the avocado's hole, cover the pan and enjoy.
Molly Dunn
First prepare the avocado, then pour the egg into the avocado's hole, cover the pan and enjoy.

Stick It Truck announced on Twitter that its food truck would be no more, but the owners have decided to open a new concept, Third Coast. The new food truck will serve steak sandwiches inspired by Houston. Get ready for the revamped food truck and check out the Twitter account for sneak peeks at the new menu.

Another TopGolf location is coming next year in the Spring area on I-45. Swamplot reports that the second site will be across the freeway from the new Exxon building. Talk about the best lunch break ever.

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