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Scott Disick Likes the Water at Pentagon City’s New Sugar Factory

Also: pepperoni salad.
The new Sugar Factory location in Pentagon City is Scott Disick-approved. Photograph by Joy Alisco, courtesy of Sugar Factory

International American brasserie chain Sugar Factory opened in the Pentagon City Mall on Thursday with a little celebrity panache from Lord Scott Disick (yes, Kourtney Kardashian‘s ex was knighted, among other things). Sporting a grungy-casual look, the unshaven reality TV star opted for blemish-free white sneakers, jeans, and a patterned “supreme” jacket.

As one of the franchise’s many celebrity endorsers, Disick walked the shopping mall’s red carpet entrance with children Mason, 7, and Penelope, 5. Newly Instagram-official 19 year-old girlfriend, Sofia Richie, was not in attendance. The group settled in the back of the 200-seat restaurant for dinner. 

The Arlington location offers all of Sugar Factory’s sensory-overload signatures, including candy-inspired martinis, rainbow sliders, monster burgers, fondue, “insane” milkshakes in flavors like bacon-cheeseburger, and 36-ounce “goblets” of booze designed by Pitbull. (We’re slightly terrified, but also impressed by the “energy bear” with watermelon vodka, regular vodka, gummy bears, juice, and a Red Bull floater). There’s also a 24-scoop, $99 King Kong sundae, because why not. 

So what are the notorious bad-boy’s faves on the lengthy menu?

“The salad with pepperoni,” Disick says. “And water.”

Sugar Factory American Brasserie. Fashion Centre at Pentagon City Mall, 1100 Hayes St., Arlington; 703-258-3374. Open Sunday through Thursday, 11 AM to 11 PM (retail opens at 10 AM); Friday and Saturday, 11 AM to 1 AM (retail opens at 10 AM)

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Nehal joined Washingtonian as an editorial fellow in fall 2017. She enjoys all things food, arts, culture, and health and is always looking out for new trends. This past May she graduated from Johns Hopkins with a degree in creative writing and a minor in photography. She lives in Foggy Bottom.