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James Harden's new Houston restaurant is getting horrendous reviews after Nets trade

Ryan Young
·Writer
·2-min read

James Harden is still planning to move forward with a new business venture in the Houston area despite his recent trade and, well, tumultuous exit with the Rockets.

The newest member of the Brooklyn Nets, according to the Houston Chronicle, is still set to open up a steakhouse in Houston this month. The restaurant, Thirteen, is named after his jersey number.

"Our entire staff and team are looking forward to providing top-notch service and bringing a one-of-a-kind dining experience to Houston," restaurant spokeswoman Sherrie Handrinos told the Chronicle. "We are looking forward to sharing our extensive menu and beautiful restaurant with the city.”

On the surface, it sounds like a good idea. Professional athletes open restaurants and other businesses all the time.

Houston fans, however, aren’t happy about it — and are making that fact known.

Rockets fans leave horrible reviews for Harden’s restaurant

It’s not even open yet, but Harden’s restaurant is getting horrendous reviews on Google.

As of Thursday afternoon, the eatery had just 2.7 stars on Google and the main photo had been changed to one of a burning toilet.

The reviews on James Harden's new Houston restaurant are, well, not good.
The reviews on James Harden's new Houston restaurant are, well, not good.

Most of the reviews match the photo.

Hopefully, for Harden’s sake, the food can win fans back over once Thirteen opens its doors.

Houston Rockets' James Harden warms up prior to an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Lakers, Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021, in Houston. (Carmen Mandato/Pool Photo via AP)
Houston Rockets' James Harden warms up prior to an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Lakers, Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021, in Houston. (Carmen Mandato/Pool Photo via AP)

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