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Sugar Land’s Newest Brunch Destination Arrives This Weekend

Get ready for everything from build-your-own omelets to croissant doughnuts and chicken wings

The Grove Do-Nutz & Deli
Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Toast, a new brunch destination from the minds behind Richmond’s most creative doughnut shop, will make its debut in Sugar Land this weekend.

An update to the Grove Do-Nutz’s Facebook page indicates that Toast will open its doors at 320 Highway 6 in Sugar Land on June 22. As Eater reported back in July 2018, the new restaurant is a project of the minds behind the Grove, known for slinging creatively-topped doughnuts and croissant doughnuts in Richmond. The space is bright, decked out in egg-yolk-yellow, and comes complete with an eye-catching sunburst chandelier and Insta-worthy neon sign that reads “Do what u love.”

According to a menu for the restaurant, Toast will serve everything from bone-in chicken wings and sandwiches to more traditional breakfast fare, including omelets stuffed with a variety of toppings, Vietnamese steak and eggs, and croissant doughnuts from the Grove, garnished with everything from maple bacon to s’mores.

When it debuts on June 22, Toast will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.