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Thanks to a newer build-out, the Sugar Land version of The Flying Saucer has a more extensive food menu, although the long wall of taps isn’t quite the equal of its downtown Houston counterpart. A massive, shady patio offers nearly as much seating as the interior, where the saffron yellow walls in the modern beer hall are covered with gold dinner plates—each one commemorating a patron’s consumption of 200 craft beers. The burgers are good, but it’s the German sausages and meat-and-cheese plates that pair best with the Saucer’s brag-worthy beer selection.

Meal Times
Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
Good to Know
Child Friendly, Outdoor Dining, Parking, Takeout