If you have yet to experience the glory of Texas Roadhouse, there are a few things you should know before going. From knowing about all the free food you can expect to their special birthday celebrations, be prepared for the best steakhouse meal you’ve had in a long time.
There is so much meat served at Texas Roadhouse that every location has their own butcher who cuts steaks by hand, and hand-cut, never frozen steaks are always going to be better than the alternative. Every restaurant has a giant meat cooler, too, where the meat is kept at a temperature of 34 degrees. They serve everything from ribeyes to filets to prime rib and New York Strips, along with a ton of other meaty dishes, so you know you’re getting the real, fresh deal.
One Redditor, who says they work in meat prep for Texas Roadhouse, had this to say about the quality of the meat:
“I don’t buy it so I can’t say as to the cost but the quality of it is good. The steaks would be the highest grade, then the leftovers from them are used for the kabobs and Dillo bites…so it may not be the best meat ever but it is good.”
Watch the video for more about Texas Roadhouse!
#TexasRoadhouse #Restaurants #Food
Every restaurant has a butcher | 0:15
Money for meat | 1:05
Food from scratch | 2:08
A culture of rowdiness | 3:00
You get free food | 3:57
The menu rarely changes | 4:35
Kids are totally welcome | 5:29
Cocktails are serious business | 6:16
Very cold draft beer | 7:15
Bang for your buck | 8:07
What is Bubba’s 33? | 9:09
More info on Don’t Eat At Texas Roadhouse Again Until You Watch This
- Survivor Quarantine Questionnaire: Jenn Brown says her jury was drunk during Tribal Councils
Survivor star Jenn Brown says her jury was drunk during Tribal Councils, and explains how they got around a booze ban.
- Two weeks later there are still more questions than answers about former NFL player Phillip Adams
On April 7, former NFL player Phillip Adams shot and killed six people, including two children, in his hometown of Rock Hill, South Carolina, before killing himself. Why? Nobody can say for sure. But ...
- Roy Exum: A Very Sad Ending
He was the founder of the Texas Roadhouse ... remember you, they become your friends (a company policy, mind you) and the next thing you know, those same customers don’t go eat a steak anywhere ...
- We Almost Came Up With 420 Things to Do on 4/20, but Got Too High
The holiest of all holidays, 420, is coming up sometime soon, but we couldn't tell you exactly in how many days. Some of us have been celebrating early — since last April 21, to be exact — so our ...
- Jandek and Me
If you line up all the records side by side, the uniformity of their design is enough to give you a headache. And that’s before ... bag and eat it for lunch,” or “Don’t wanna be clanky ...
- Tramel's ScissorTales: Oklahoma State tailback room is crowded & Sherri Coale's farewell
We need a tailback so bad it makes me sick,” then-OSU coach Les Miles said outside Jack Trice Stadium. Iowa State tailback Ennis Haywood ran for 196 yards on 39 carries that day. OSU ran its backup ...
- “Good Design” Is Making Bad Cities, but It Doesn’t Have To
The proposed replacement was in gray brick, the creaky gate swapped for a glass-and-metal storefront, the windows making way for a delicate brick screen, to let the light in. Let your own eyes judge: ...
- Jamie Foxx on playing (and being) an embarrassing dad
There's nothin' like TV where you can cook it, serve it, they eat it, come back, cook it again ... don't, like, don't limit yourself," he replied. And it was in his hometown of Terrell, Texas ...
- ‘A moment of peril’: Biden sees infections climb on his watch
Biden’s poll numbers are well ahead of his predecessor’s, with most Americans before November’s election critical of Trump’s response and saying they had lost trust in Trump’s claims as the virus ...
- ‘A moment of peril’: Biden’s coronavirus response collides with case spikes
“We need you to spread ... most Americans before November’s election critical of Trump’s response and saying they had lost trust in Trump’s claims as the virus flared again and again.