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Sugarcane bills itself as an "organic eco-centric cocktail bar," which instantly will lump it in with Anvil across town, for better or worse. The bar's prices are close to Anvil's, where you are also looking for quality of pour and not quantity. What Sugarcane has going for it is a spacious bar, large lounging areas and small parties. Housed in the same building as late wine haunt Corkscrew, Sugarcane retains the same atmosphere - it may be on Washington, but it is definitely not the kind of place that will cater to the rougher crowd further west on the avenue. Sugarcane is much more centered on conversation and conversation-starters, and all the ingredients in the drinks are organic. Its all-natural approach will make you realize that a margarita doesn't have to come with aching heartburn like at other bars.
I took my friend Lee for a cocktail at Sugarcane (1919 Washington Ave., 713-864-9463) to treat him special in honor of his imminent departure for a summer in Mexico. Normally that situation would call for a well drink and a "see you in... More »
Just went for the grand opening. It's where the Cork Screw used to be. They opened it up some, but it's still pretty small. The drinks were really, really good. They serve "green" drinks that are healthy.
Sugarcane is quickly becoming Houston's best option for an organic cocktail, and one sip of its unique take on the margarita will explain why. It's called a "Skinny Margarita" because it only has about 100 calories, but the real treat is how good it tastes. The bartender starts with an organic tequila (ask for Dulce Vida Blanco), then mixes in organic agave nectar, Citry Organic Orange Liqueur, freshly squeezed lime juice, freshly squeezed orange juice and a splash of spring water. The... More »
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