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Thursday, May 15, 2014  

It’s beautiful outside!

Say hi to spring with Texas Roadhouse ribs and more! 

Whew! It finally happened. The weather turned. The sun hangs high in the sky, for hours after the workday is through. And we’ve put our car ice scrapers in the trunk, turned the radio up and rolled down the windows. Winter is long, long gone.

The exceptionally cold winter inspired us to make this spring better than ever. There’s so much you can do, too. Take a long, leisurely stroll at lunch to get a breath of fresh air.  Plant that small herb garden you’ve been dreaming about. Or make time for a legendary family dinner at Texas Roadhouse. Good moods deserve good food!

One look at the Texas Roadhouse menu, and you may start to feel like there are too many delicious choices. But we have the perfect roadmap for a righteous spring feast. Start with an ice-cold signature margarita, frozen or on the rocks. They’re so sweetly celebratory—you could say (if you wanted to), that it’s like springtime on ice. Then, move on to a warm, crispy appetizer like a basket of our Fried Pickles. You won’t be able to keep yourself from just eating a few of these hand-battered pickle chips, served with ranch or Cajun horseradish sauce for dipping. So much fun flavor! 

Then polish off a plate of award-winning, fall-off-the-bone Texas Roadhouse ribs. Skillfully cooked with a signature blend of herbs and seasonings, and gratuitously brushed with our yummy signature BBQ sauce. They’re so delicious a half-slab may not do the trick. Could a full slab of ribs be in your future? Winter was tough. You deserve it.

If this is the Texas Roadhouse way to welcome spring, just imagine what grilled awesomeness we have for the summer. But more on that later…  

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