SuGa is one of those restaurants that never sits still. Even since the review a few months ago, they’ve changed menus and focus, refined a lot of the snacks and small plates, and now are adding to the existing services with a new dim sum brunch and a couple of new happy hours.
First, that brunch. Running Saturdays and Sundays, from noon to 4pm, it offers the house’s take on a “modern Chinese brunch,” which means dishes like shrimp dumplings, lobster spring rolls, rice congee with chicken, 100 corner crab cakes, sesame shao bing and more. You can check out the whole menu right here. And honestly? It looks really good.
But after brunch, there are also two different happy hours–first from Monday through Friday, 5-7pm and Friday and Saturday from 10pm-midnight, there’s an updated version of the traditional happy hours that’s been going on since opening. There are chilled dan dan noodles for $5, pork belly bao buns for $4, $5 lemon drop shots and more.
On top of that, there’s also “Foo Fridays”–a late-night happy hour with a DJ, discounted bar snacks, $4 Yards Pale Ale drafts other drink deals. Yes, it’s basically just an expanded version of the normal Friday night happy hour (plus a DJ), but hey, if you were looking for a place on Sansom Street to get some drinks and snacks tonight, now you know where to go.