Taste of Texas is something of an anomaly among Houston steakhouses. Where other Houston steakhouses cater to the little-black-dress crowd (see Mo’s, above), Taste of Texas unabashedly caters to the flip-flops-and-cargo-shorts, Wranglers-and-Dockers–wearing crowd. It combines (very good) red meat with a blue-collar clientele and white-collar prices. The all-Certified Angus Beef steaks are indeed excellent, and you have the option of topping them with various flavors of melted butter (go with the garlic). The substantial wine list forgoes paper and comes out on a slick iPad interface, with the prices some of the most competitive among Houston steakhouses.