Calories are counted like currency at the Houston Seasons 52, but in a way that encourages you to indulge in a plate of kabocha squash ravioli with brown butter, walnuts, and crispy sage because it only has 390 of them. Of course, there are salads here. And even entrée salads for the daredevils among us. But the real highlights are plates like caramelized grilled sea scallops with leek and butternut squash risotto or Belgian chocolate s’more, both of which are in the 500-calorie-and-under club. For such a vast restaurant the atmosphere is decidedly warm, with understated luxe dark wood tables, burnt orange curtains, and stacked gray stone walls.