Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Thanksgiving is the unsung holiday — literally. Can you think of one Thanksgiving tune other than Adam Sandler’s Turkey Song? Which is a shame, because at Texas Roadhouse, we think Thanksgiving is pretty awesome.
What’s great about Thanksgiving is that (compared to other holidays) it hasn’t been commercialized. Which means unless you’re the one doing the cooking, there’s hardly any pressure. There are no cards to pick out, no presents to buy, no silly costumes to wear — just lots of family, football, and turkey. A WHOLE LOT OF TURKEY!
Most of us don’t have just one Thanksgiving meal anymore. Between aunts and uncles, work lunches and in-laws, the long holiday weekend becomes a nonstop turkey - mashed potato marathon. And that’s before you get to the leftovers.
It’s no wonder that by midway through the long weekend, many of us are already feeling “turkeyed out.” Fortunately, you won’t find any turkey on the Texas Roadhouse menu, just the best steaks and best ribs in town.
So this Thanksgiving, don’t be a poultry-Puritan. Get your fill of turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, then later in the weekend, take a break. We recommend you head down to your local Texas Roadhouse and order a tender, juicy steak or a plate of fall-off-the bones ribs off our all-American restaurant menu.
Because, let’s be honest, if the Pilgrims had the option of going to a Legendary steakhouse, they would have. Then we’d probably all go out to our favorite Texas Roadhouse on Thanksgiving, instead of crowding around a giant, stuffed bird. But hey, it’s never too late.
Texas Roadhouse is closed on Thanksgiving Day, but open the rest of the Holiday weekend. So this year, start a post-Thanksgiving tradition and head to your local Texas Roadhouse for some delicious non-turkey food, as well as an ice-cold beer or a tasty Margarita. You’ll be thankful you did.