Sugar’s Home Plate at 309 Moapa Valley Blvd. is in the heart of Overton; you can recognize it by the images of Sandy Koufax, Maury Wills, and Kurt Warner on the front of the building. It was opened 25 years ago by Sugar Ray and Judy Metz.
Stop by some time on your way to Lake Mead, Lost City Museum, Valley of Fire, Logandale Trails, or the Overton Wildlife Mgmt. Area. Overton has recently been designated OHV Friendly. The area has a vast wealth of trails and outdoor activities. It is a great ATV ride from Mesquite to Overton.
Once you reach Overton, you can stop in at Sugar’s for a great meal. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner all day. The food is prepared to your order; We pride ourselves in the ability to change things to your dietary needs.
Some of the more popular items are our Friday Night Cajun Catfish, and our Saturday Night Prime Rib dinner. Our breakfast omelets are referred to as “Football” size, and our World Famous Chicken Fried Steak if served for breakfast or dinner. We have a selection of house wines, domestic and imported beers.
To top off your meal, we have our famous carrot cake or chocolate ecstasy Cake. When fresh fruits are available we do fresh fruit cobblers.
During Clark County Fair week, we set up a special menu for Rodeo and Fair fans, with great steaks, and hearty ranch hand style meals. During the Pomegranate Festival, we do a selection of Pomegranate ribs, Glazed Salmon or scallops and various Pomegranate oriented salads and sauces.
To top off your dining pleasure, we have a vast collection of Sports Memorabilia. Our favorites are Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Kenny “The Snake” Stabler, Arnold Palmer, and jerseys from some of our local talent.
Satellites feed sports to TVs throughout the restaurant; and we have free WiFi available.
We are open 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., Tuesday thru Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m.- 8 p.m. We are closed Mondays.