On business in Houston and spending the evening alone. I decided to skip the sports bar and go to a nice "and casual" restaurant. In retrospect, I would not call this restaurant casual. It is hip, modern, trendy... A good location for a business dinner. I sat outside on the balcony / Patio / Lounge. The restaurant was full but the balcony was relatively empty, which suited me being alone. The service was surprisingly very attentive and knowledgeable. I started off with a gladd of champagne, then had the Texas Quail with bacon which was well served in a dark spicy sauce. I was a bit disappointed by the cheese selection (mostly American and English), but that is a matter of taste. Then had the Alaskan halibut, which was very good. It was served with cashew sauce and hot peppers. The peppers were unfortunately too spicy for the wine and did not quite harmonize. For desert I opted for the cheese cake with a glass of sauterne. The cheese cake was very tasty but perhaps a tad too dry. Nonetheless it was a good choice and the wine was also good. Overall a nice dining experience but it was not exactly cheap.