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Houstonians eat out more than any other folks in America. On average 4.2 times a week.

I eat out about eight or nine times a week. Sometimes more.

This food frenzy is partly because of my work (I write about food, have you read my column?) and partly because Dad likes to go out to lunch every day. Every. Day.

Which is actually a good thing since I work from home and there are days when I would spend the entire 24 hours in my apartment on the phone and the computer if not for being called at 11 a.m. and asked where I want to go for lunch.

And that’s an interesting question.

Where do I want to eat? Where do you want to eat?

What makes a good restaurant, one that you want to go back to again and again? Of course with more than 8,000 choices in Houston, you could go somewhere new for, oh, 8,000 days or so. And there are always new restaurants opening; restaurants that we go to because everyone is talking about them, because we want to see and be seen (or because it’s our job).

But then after the newness wears off we wind up back at the same old regular joints.

So why do we go to our favorite spots over and over? Well, I don’t think it’s just about the food.

#1: Ambience

Yeah, food is important when you go out to eat, but it’s not the most important thing. I always prefer a restaurant that serves food, but what I’m really looking for is a comfortable setting to have a good conversation and enjoy getting out of the home office. I like a place that has little nooks and crannies where you can feel like you’re not on display in a fish bowl, but still see all the action. I want to be comfortable but not too much so. If I wanted to lie on the couch and eat I could just stay home.


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