Review of Mexican Sugar by TexasRealFood
Mexican Sugar is a Pan-Latin restaurant serving "sultry" Mexican-inspired comfort food in an "elegant", "stylish" atmosphere. Its kitchen's focal point is its live-wood grill, where everything is "made-from-scratch" and prepared with the freshest, finest locally-sourced ingredients and conventional cooking techniques. The menu showcases classics you'll find in Mexico City with influences of Latin, featuring brunch food like "vanilla cinnamon pancakes", appetizers like "squash blossom quesadillas", salads like "shrimp avocado & lime", fajitas like "lobster tail & slow-roasted beef tenderloin", tacos like "brasas chicken", and entrees like "bone-in pork chop". Its bar, which is called the "tequila library", offers an extensive selection of drinks, featuring vintage and aged tequilas, mezcals, and spirits.