Pretty nice taplist, flights available (for $13), and a decent bottle list. I was able to knock off one of my wants plus try Bishops Barrel #2, which was pretty cool. Standard sportsbar motif, but there is outside seating. Pretty packed on a Wednesday night. All in all a good place to go for good beer, with an emphasis on Texas brews.
Flying saucer is a great place to enjoy good beer and good food. BUT it seems there are a few managers there that should not be. My last experience there was very unpleasant due to a little short man manager whose name I believe was Matt. I was enjoying my beer at my table when I look over and see this man very aggressively grab one of the waitresses and pull her away from her table that she was obviously tending to at that time. Maybe he did need to speak with this girl but either way that is absolutely no way to handle a WOMAN nor is that how you behave around your customers, this girl was trying to do her job and this man comes and literally abuses her directly in front of customers. That is no way to act especially in front of customers, this man should be fired.
Quickly becoming my second favorite place in the Houston area. I drive 30 minutes on a regular basis to experience the easy-to-park, easy-to-drink, location in Sugarland. An amazing number of taps, that span the whole range. I haven’t yet had a bad pour. And then there’s the food. The beef dip sandwich is to die for. They have a 6-beer max, which makes sense, unless you’re one of those who sit at a place for several hours. They’ll broom you after six, and the servers are so on top of their game, that they keep your glass full immediately all the time. I love the whole concept -- the decor, the trained staff, the view, you name it. I could drive 30 minutes to the downtown Houston saucer or 30 minutes to Sugarland. I always choose Sugarland.
Probably the best place in Sugar Land. Certainly its finest bar by a mile. Pushing the envelope for fine beers in a part of the world where such a luxury is new. Some daring cooking too. A room can be booked for private dinners / functions.
Very, very noisy but pleasantly crowded afterall it is Friday. Service is quick and beer selection great. Only beer is serviced too cold and without proper glass. Food menu is limited but good for assoctiating drinking beer.
Another great Flying Saucer. Great selection for what’s available in Houston. I had the brat-in-a-bun for the first time; I now will have it every time. The decor reminds me of the set of ’Cheers’ for some reason. A definite stop if you’re in SW Houston. I prefer this location over downtown for the noise factor (less) and parking (much more parking).
I was eagerly awaiting the opening of this Saucer as it is only a couple miles from my house and in a favorite place in Sugar Land to hang out. It is located in Sugar Land’s Town Square with a free parking garage right across from it. This venue is more relaxed and not as noisy as the Saucer in downtown Houston. It has plenty of patio seating and some bay windows that open to allow the breeze into the bar area. Really cool design. Their tap list almost as good as the one downtown and has been getting better every time I go in, which is weekly. The bartenders and waitstaff are attentive and knowledgeable. All in all, I think Jake has done an excellent job in overseeing the opening and daily running of this establishment.