January 17th, 2012


New restaurant featuring Euro-Asian cuisine opens first location

Planned Community Developers, Ltd. (PCD) is pleased to announce Sugar Land Town Square’s newest eatery, BLU, is now open for business. BLU is a sophisticated boutique restaurant and lounge serving a blend of Euro-Asian cuisine and street foods from all over the world.

Menu selections include small bites, tapas, dumplings, soups, salads, main plates, rice, noodles and a wide range of Thai variations. BLU’s experienced Executive Chef Junnajet “Jett” Hurapan and his wife, Pastry Chef Jiraporn Hurapan, prepare all dishes in-house using fresh and local ingredients. Their mission is for diners to savor innovative culinary creations, delicacies and delicious libations. Patrons will enjoy performances ranging from late night DJ’s, conga drum players, bands and soloists.

“We chose to open BLU in Sugar Land Town Square because we are from the area and dreamt of bringing something different to this incredible development,” says BLU Owner Amy Karnani. “We noticed that Sugar Land lacked a place where people could go and enjoy a feast of the senses – a unique mix of food, music, art and performance. BLU fills that void in the market.”

Located at 2248 Texas Drive, BLU occupies 5,366 square feet of space. The restaurant features a mixture of high-end furnishings and details, including imported onyx countertops, LED lighting, textured walls and finishes by a local artist. A second bar has been added to the existing layout of the space that serves both the covered outdoor patio and inside dining area.

Charles Adams, vice president of retail for PCD, represented PCD in the transaction; Amy Karnani represented BLU.

For a complete list of Sugar Land Town Square restaurants and retailers, visit SugarLandTownSquare.com. More information about BLU, including menus, can be found at BluSugarLand.com.