Houston, we have a new steakhouse. Sure, in Houston it might seem a bit cliché, but in true Chris Shepherd fashion, the restaurant is unconventional, driven by quality and above all, fun. The James Beard Award recipient named the restaurant for his parents, Georgia and James, and serves the kind of food that he enjoys at home - cast-iron seared steaks, lots of cold seafood and seasonal sides.
Inside Georgia James is a dedicated dry aging room that allows the restaurant to serve 100-day aged, long bone ribeyes. Other can’t miss menu items include a classic French onion soup, fish sauce-marinated crab fingers and Chris’s signature Lamburger Helper.
The decadent Baller Board is a steak showstopper, with items like Wagyu strip, porterhouse, tray-aged tomahawk, pork belly and crispy potatoes covered in roasted garlic aioli. The board selections will vary, so ask your sever what offerings are available.
Georgia James 1100 Westheimer Road in Montrose and is open 5-10pm Sunday through Thursday and 5-11pm on Friday and Saturday.