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Friday, April 06, 2012  
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Start a New Holiday Tradition – Easter at the Roadhouse

Happy Good Friday! To help celebrate this joyous holiday weekend, Texas Roadhouse would like to invite you and your family to join us on Easter Sunday for lunch or dinner. This year, forget the ham and deviled eggs and head on in to your favorite Roadhouse for a delicious selection of entrees including Hand-Cut Steaks, Fall-off-the-Bone Ribs, and BBQ Chicken, just to name a few. Don’t forget we’ve got the best made-from-scratch sides in town – no offense to the moms, but our stuff is good! And do we even need to talk about whose rolls are better? Didn’t think so!

Since it is a holiday weekend, ya’ll might want to call ahead to make sure you don’t have to wait too long. That way we can have the peanuts waiting for you. We thought about switching to hard-boiled eggs (just to get into the spirit of the day), but cleaning eggshells off the floor seems a little harder than cleaning our usual peanut shells. Maybe next year?!


  1. Larry | Sunday, April 08, 2012
    Love the new idea of having Thanksgiving at the Roadhouse....I plan on making reservations and enjoying those marvelous hand cut steaks today.
  2. Beth | Friday, April 13, 2012
    ^^Larry, Texas Roadhouse does not take reservations, they only take call aheads, this does NOT hold or reserve any tables, it just lets the hostesses know when you plan on arriving and will shorten the wait time for your party. For the convenience  of the server and other parties waiting you party can not be seated until all members of your party are at the location. If you have any need for highchairs, booster seats, or a table rather than a booth, it would be very helpful if you told the hostess over the phone or when you first walk in, so they can plan ahead for this and will not lead to a longer wait or any further complications later. Thank you for choosing Texas Roadhouse and we hope to see you soon!! :)
  3. ethel penney | Thursday, May 24, 2012
    My family took me there for a birthday  The customer service was friendly, accommodating,  Exciting    Great Food
  4. Jon Kingman | Saturday, June 02, 2012
    Love the "road kill", and the Sirloin steak!!
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