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Top New Houston Restaurants to Visit in September

Jessica Yang


HOUSTON, TX - As the culinary scene in Houston continues to evolve, it always has something for you. There are several new eateries open in the city which could be your next favorite destination. Here are some new restaurants around Houston you should check out in September.

1. Homestead Kitchen & Bar

This new kitchen in Houston is the all-day cafe that you should visit next time your stomach starts rumbling. The owner, Jeff Svenfold aims to create a cozy and lively place to draw diverse culinary inspiration from all the best flavors in the country's third-largest city for Houstonians. Inspired by the city's diverse cultures, Homestead serves Tex-Mex food, Lousiana flavors, and Southern food.

Their all-day breakfast section offers more than a dozen features such as the Breakfast Huarache served with fried pastries topped with Mexican chorizo, queso fresco, refried beans, sunny side up egg, shredded lettuce, coriander, and avocado. They also have five different pancake options including Pina Colada Pancakes.

Location: 600 N Shepherd Dr Suite 440, Houston

2. Georgia James Tavern

The long-awaited restaurant from Chris Shepherd's Underbelly Hospitality is now ready to welcome you. Georgia James Tavern features a menu and decor inspired by Underbelly, this new outpost also has some veterans from the popular steakhouse.

For steak lovers, you can indulge with Cast Iron Seared Wagyu Ribeye with hash potatoes, crispy tobacco onion, and G1 sauce alongside. Or try the Viet-Cajun Confit Chicken Wings served with candied peanuts for a small plate choice.

Location: 737 Preston St, Houston

3. Da Gama

The new Portuguese-Indian canteen is the latest project from the married couple and industry veterans behind the Oporto, chefs Shiva and Rick Di Virgilio. Da Game offers a new concept by drawing on culinary inspiration from Goa, the former Portuguese-Indian region.

The canteen currently offers four categories of tapas-style cuisine including do Quinta (vegetables), do Carne (meat), do Mar (seafood), and Pao (breads). Consider trying the Tandoori Roots with roasted tandoor carrots and beets, pistachios and whipped honey ricotta.

Location: 600 N Shepherd Dr Suite 250, Houston

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