Published: Thu, June 21, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Ayesha Curry's Houston Restaurant Bombarded with 1-Star Reviews Before Opening

Ayesha Curry's Houston Restaurant Bombarded with 1-Star Reviews Before Opening

"If I wanted to have a bad time I would just turn on a Warriors game", wrote one reviewer. "I don't know why the servers are walking around with their filthy mouthpieces hanging from their mouth", one fan wrote, referencing Stephen Curry's on-court antics.

Steph Curry's wife is opening International Smoke in Houston in July - and a bunch of haters have already bombarded the page with anti-Warriors trash talk, as first pointed out by National Basketball Association reporter Tomer Azarly.

The restaurant, International Smoke, is a collaboration between Curry and famed chef Michael Mina.

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Ayesha Curry, the wife of Golden State Warriors star player Steph Curry, just can't get cozy with Houston. Waited 35 minutes for water and it tasted like (Steph) Curry tears.

The restaurant, which is scheduled to start taking customers July 5, brought out a fierce debate between fans of the rival teams via the comments section starting Tuesday. The Yelp reviews for the not-yet-opened restaurant now total more than 500. "I would give 0 stars, but yelp didn't realize a team could stoop so low", one reviewer wrote. But not all Houstonians, or Rockets fans for that matter, feel the same way. As soon as Warriors fans caught wind of what was going on, they jumped into the mix to defend the restaurant. "You can't go wrong. Hey Ayesha, move this to Oakland so we can have two restaurants to match our two back 2 back trophies!"

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