Onto the fourth largest city in America we went. Houston, known as the energy and oil capital of the world, provided us with amazing food, music, and entertainment.
My cousin, Michael lives southwest of Houston in Sugar Land, home of Imperial Sugar headquarters. He took us to a mediterranean buffet restaurant called, Dimassi’s. When we first walked in the aroma of the food was amazing. Right away my mouth watered and I was extremely excited to try everything! The hostess greeted us and explained how many sides you could get with the entrees, but if you do half sides you could get more sides to complete your one side, but you weren’t limited to the number of sides. The way she explained it went right over our heads as we were focused and entertained with her trying to say the explanation again as fast as possible.
We followed the line and it was incredibly how many sides you could choose from. A plethora of hummus, salads, meats, and not to forget the side menus where you can order more entrees. I got spicy hummus, salad topped with a lemony oil vinaigrette, deliciously cooked rotisserie chicken that fell off the bone that was topped with spinach and onions, and rice mixed in with grilled mushrooms, bell peppers and onions. I was extremely happy with what I picked.
Afterwards, we went to Flying Saucer, Blu, and Baker Street Pub & Grill. These were all conveniently located in Sugarland Town Square catering to all types of people. Flying Saucer = world beers, Blu = dancing, and Baker Street Pub & Grill = divey / cover bands. My favorite of the night, Baker St.