According to the New York Times, people in Houston spend more per capita on restaurants than residents of any other city. With so many choices that's no surprise. Beneath all of Houston's glass and glitter is a restaurant scene that's full of soul and flavor. The city's restaurants cover a lot of ground. Start your exploration with stops at top restaurants like Arcodoro, a restaurant specializing in Sardinian food; Bossa, a pan-Latin restaurant; or Sullivan's, a retro steakhouse, and you'll be on your way.