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NOLA Steakhouse Doris Metropolitan Arrives In Houston

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Diners can start enjoying Israeli-inspired dishes and Prime steaks this weekend

So much meat, y’all
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Tonight, swanky New Orleans steakhouse Doris Metropolitan will officially make its Houston debut.

Updates to Doris Metropolitan’s website indicate that it is already taking reservations for its first night of service on Friday, December 1 via Resy. As Eater reported back in April, the restaurant will take over the space vacated by Triniti Restaurant at 2815 Shepherd. The steakhouse comes to Houston via New Orleans, where it opened in 2013, and Costa Rica, the original that debuted in 2010.

As far as the fare is concerned, diners can expect Prime dry-aged steaks, caviar, “vegetable-forward appetizers,” and seafood, all with a hint of Middle Eastern flair. In New Orleans, the restaurant also serves Japanese A5 wagyu and fish from the Gulf, all while growing a significant portion of the vegetables it needs for service.

Doris Metropolitan appears to be sold out for Friday night, but plenty of tables are available for Saturday. The restaurant will be open seven days a week from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.