Sugar Land Town Square just got a little hipper, adding Tierra del Fuego, a renowned Argentine restaurant's first United States location.
Tierra del Fuego translates to "land of fire" and a parrilla — a Argentine charcoal and wood grill — will stand at the center of the restaurant's 7,095 square foot space. Native wood from Buenos Aires will be crafted into handmade furniture and a dramatic glass wall will front the kitchen to allow diners to watch the chefs at work.
The menu will focus on Argentine-style beef, pork, chicken and fish entrees. Pastas and salads will be offered as well — and there will be a full service bar. The wine selection will feature . . . you guessed it . . . wines from Argentina.
It's all quite a departure from the usual suburban strip mall fare and should add to Sugar Land's growing reputation as something of a mini foodie scene. Tierra del Fuego will be located in the space at 2110 Town Square. An opening date hasn't been set yet.