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Sugar Land gets a hot new restaurant: 'Burb picked for first U.S. locale of buzzy import

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Tierra del Fuego Guaynabo Puerto Rico wine bottles
The wine selection at Tierra del Fuego will include traditional Argentine wines.  Tierra del Fuego
Sugar Land Town Square map with Tierra del Fuego location July 2013
Sugar Land Town Square will be adding Tierra del Fuego to their list of dining options this fall. SugarLandTownSquare.com
Tierra del Fuego Guaynabo Puerto Rico parrilla grill
The grill that will be at the center of Sugar Land's new restaurant. Tierra del Fuego
Tierra del Fuego Guaynabo Puerto Rico wine bottles
Sugar Land Town Square map with Tierra del Fuego location July 2013
Tierra del Fuego Guaynabo Puerto Rico parrilla grill

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.

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