Post Harvey Restaurant Visit: The Rouxpour in Sugar Land

After Harvey left and took with it its rain and dark cloud of destruction, 2 Girls Who Travel decided to get back to the food. We had been cooped up in the house long enough, so we decided to venture over to Sugar Land and try a restaurant that’s been on our radar for some time: The Rouxpour Restaurant & Bar, and if you couldn’t tell by the name, it’s food inspired by the great New Orleans. Y’all know our affinity for the NOLA!

The Rouxpour is located in Sugar Land’s Town Square among other great restaurants, but this one stood out to us! We visited for Happy Hour and met our good friend and fellow food blogger (foodies unite), Angelle. You can check out what she’s been eating on her blog Brunchin With Gelle.

Happy Hour at The Rouxpour is Monday through Friday from 3-7pm. So ample time to get off work and arrive in time to partake. The HH menu consists of enough light bites and signature martinis to keep us occupied for a few hours.

Mexican Martini

Lemon Drop

Trust us. You need these hangover fries in your life – the tender meat and gravy reminds us of the roast beef poboys we had in New Orleans.

These crab fingers were swimming in some delicious sauce.

Would you look at these beauties?

So HH came and ended, and we were still at The Rouxpour. So we ordered off the regular menu and tried the signature chargrilled oysters.

These Rouxpour signature chargrilled oysters are beyond amazing … fresh and the garlic, butter and Parmesan take these to a whole new level.

The Rouxpour is one of those places we will definitely be visiting again to check out their other food menus. We’ve only scratched the surface!

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