That's because Georgia Farm to Market, the grocery store and cafe off the Katy Freeway, known for its all-you-can-eat Sunday buffet, is expanding downtown.
That's right. According to the Chronicle this week, owners Georgia and Rick Bost will open a larger version of their famed farm to market and table shop in early November at the corner of Main and Prairie, called, appropriately, Georgia's Market Downtown. The space was previously occupied by another market, Byrd's, that closed in July.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served, and the Bosts' meats, vegetables from local farmers, and locally made beer, wine and coffee will also be available, according to the Chronicle.
The original location boasts a $12.50 weekend brunch that the Houston Press named it the best all-you-can-eat buffet last year, so here's hoping the new location will feature a similar concept.