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Thursday, August 22, 2013  

What does it take to be a Roadie?

Well first, you need to love your job. And fortunately for our Texas Roadhouse Roadies, this requirement comes easy. That’s because since our company opened its doors in 1993, our focus has been on putting employees first. Kent Taylor, our founder, has always believed that if all of our team members are happy, our guests will have an awesome experience worth raving about.

And so far, this philosophy has worked. We can proudly say that if you step into any Roadhouse across America, you’ll be greeted with a genuine smile and dedicated, legendary service.Your Roadie will know the Texas Roadhouse menu up, down and sideways—and they’ll be able to recommend the perfect meal to satisfy your tastebuds.

Working at Texas Roadhouse isn’t like working at any ol’ dinner restaurant or steakhouse, it’s a truly fulfilling experience—filled with friendship, dedication and giving back to the community.

So, what it really takes to be a Roadie is hard work, positivity and the drive to give customers the best casual dining experience possible. Are you up for the challenge? Check out our careers page for open positions in your area.
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