The Best. I have to start out by saying Texas Roadhouse is my all time favorite place to eat. The atmosphere, the service and the incredible food. It is worth the wait, but they do have the call ahead program and that is the way to go. Every year I take my whole family out to eat, usually around 15 people and they always choose Texas Roadhouse. Keep up the great work!!!!!
Avoid on weekends PERIOD!.
I'd like to give a nice review of the restaurant and it's food but I can't as I've never actually eaten there.. I went there one Friday night with my sister and waited a few minutes at the door to get in... We see the greeter and she hands us a pager and says "It's about an hour and a half wait right now." To which I promptly returned the pager and said, "I don't think so." Sorry.. I ain't waitin no hour and a half for food. I don't care if Emeril Lagasse himself is preparing it. It simply cannot be THAT good.
We left and ditty-bopped across the street to Bob Evans and were seated immediately, order was taken promptly and was served in good time. We finished eating and were back out shopping well within the hour and a half we would have waited at the Roadhouse.
Texas--themed barbecue chain provides carnivores with a family-friendly spot for a hand-cut steak or rack of tender ribs..
With dozens of locations spread across most of the country, this faux-roadhouse chain has become a dependable spot for families in search of a casual spot for affordable steaks and down-home comfort fare. The playful menu is dotted with kid-friendly titles (chicken "critters," "road kill" chopped sirloin) and options (add caramel and marshmallow to a baked sweet potato for a dollar). In-house hand-cut steaks come in a plethora of cuts and sizes.
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