Don’t Eat At Texas Roadhouse Again Until You Watch This

Don’t Eat At Texas Roadhouse Again Until You Watch This

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. “Chops done.” “Wasting meat’s a crime.” “Well, it should be.” “OK, then.” “OK, then.” “Ok, then.” 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.” Texas Roadhouse spends over a $1 billion on
meat annually, and the restaurants serve USDA Choice, which means the meat has been graded
by the USDA, and are cuts of meat described like this: “High quality, but has less marbling than
Prime. Choice roasts and steaks from the loin and
rib will be very tender, juicy, and flavorful and are suited for dry-heat cooking.” “Roaring fires. MALT BEER. R-R-RED MEAT OFF THE BONE!” Not too bad, right? Texas Roadhouse also says their beef suppliers
are leaders in sustainable beef production practices, which means that the delicious
steak you order has to come from a cow that was raised responsibly. According to Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner, “[Sustainable beef] balances efficient production
with environmental, social and economic impacts.” Consumers can do their part in helping with
sustainability, too, they explain. Even though beef only makes up 20 percent
of wasted food, if that were, quote, “cut in half, the sustainability of the whole industry
could be improved by 10 percent.” That just means that you need to be sure and
eat the leftover steak you bring home from Texas Roadhouse, if there is any. And that? Well, that’s unlikely. In addition to hand-cutting steaks and making
those yummy rolls from scratch, Texas Roadhouse also makes all their sides items, salad dressing,
and even croutons in-house. This matters because a lot of large chain
restaurants don’t bother with cooking their food from scratch, as Money, Inc explains
: “In most cases, when a restaurant chain grows
as large as this one has, they take shortcuts in preparing meals that feature some prepackaged
or frozen ingredients that are microwaved or heated in some other way and served.” But creating food from scratch is part of
the recipe for Texas Roadhouse’s success, and according to FSR Magazine, Travis Doster,
the company’s senior director of communications, has said, “If you think about it, Kent [Taylor, the
founder of Texas Roadhouse] wanted to serve food he was proud of. Well, the men and women running our restaurants,
they have that same mentality.” And being proud of the food you serve your
customers is probably difficult when all you’re doing is dumping some frozen vegetables on
a plate and sticking them in the microwave. Thank goodness Texas Roadhouse doesn’t do
it that way. If you’re looking for a place to have a quiet
night out, you might want to go somewhere else because Texas Roadhouse is a rowdy, loud,
fun place. And they like it that way. According to founder Kent Taylor, the restaurant
was built on a foundation of fun. He’s said: “If your employees are having fun, they are
going to have fun with the guests.” Employees have been known to line dance, even
if it is against the law. Say what? Servers at a Wichita location line danced
every hour on the hour, even though it was technically illegal, thanks to an obscure
city ordinance that said a restaurant that served alcohol couldn’t also allow dancing
without a permit. “There was a time for this law, not anymore. See, this is our time to dance.” Thank goodness they finally had the permit
approved! If you’re celebrating your birthday at Texas
Roadhouse, you don’t just get the standard birthday song, you get the birthday song sung
to you while under a spotlight. After that, servers bring out a saddled sawhorse
for the diner to sit on while other customers are encouraged to yell “yee-haw” at them. Sound like your kind of birthday celebration? In addition to the buckets of peanuts in the
waiting area and at your table, you also get free rolls before your meal even arrives. Delicious, warm, baked in-house rolls. They come out of the oven every five minutes
and fortunately, they are more than happy to bring you extra. Even better than the bread is the homemade
cinnamon butter served along with it. It’s a big perk, and people are obsessed with
these rolls. How obsessed? One Twitter user said, “When I die…bury me with Texas roadhouse
rolls.” Another lamented, “I cried last night because we accidentally
left our rolls at Texas Roadhouse.” But probably the best advice of all was uttered
by the Twitter user who said, “Get you a man that chooses Texas Roadhouse
rolls over Red Lobster biscuits.” You can afford to have a favorite item at
Texas Roadhouse, because chances are it will still be on the menu 20 years from now. Texas Roadhouse knows what works for them
and their customers, and they don’t go around chasing the latest fad or changing things
up on their menu according to trends or whatever molecular salad smoke with a hot chocolate
blood orange infusion is all the rage these days. When FSR Magazine asked company exec Travis
Doster about the last time they changed the menu, he said, “We added a steakhouse filet salad. That was one of the more recent ones. That’s been four or five years.” And it’s not like a salad is some sort of
wacky trend that would shock customers. There’s something reassuring about knowing
your favorite restaurant is still going to serve your favorite meal and that you don’t
have to worry about it being discontinued. Go ahead, get attached to something. It’s all right! “I think I’ll just, uh…” “Ya know, I’ve been working here for 44
years. Ain’t nobody ever ordered nothin’ but
T-bone steaks and a baked potato.” Texas Roadhouse is the sort of place your
kids will feel right at home in, and that goes for any night of the week. And if you’re a parent, that’s a big deal. It doesn’t matter if they make a mess, because
the floor is already littered with peanut shells, and the company’s senior investor
relations director had this to say when it comes to why this place is so great for families: “We play really loud music, so we’re not going
to hear your kids screaming. It’s just a comfortable place for families
to go where they feel they can take their kids and they’re going to be okay. I don’t have to worry about them crying or
screaming. It’s really a nice, comfortable place.” Anyone who has ever dined with a cranky toddler
or a teething baby can appreciate that. It’s the sort of restaurant without quiet
piano music and stuffy waiters and white linen tablecloths. It’s the sort of place where if your kid spills
a drink you won’t feel like crawling under the table. “I want hepatitis!” “Comin’ your way, buddy!” Texas Roadhouse always has a number of specialty
cocktails on the menu, including tempting concoctions like the Jamaican Cowboy made
with rum, peach schnapps, orange and pineapple juice, and a cocktail made in honor of country
singer Kenny Chesney made with coconut rum, peach schnapps, lemonade, sweet and sour,
and blue curacao. They also serve classic mixed drinks and wine
so you can certainly get in the celebratory spirit. What we’re saying is, there’s something for
everyone on this cocktail menu. But while their mixed drinks and margaritas
are delicious, some of them aren’t the healthiest choices, and Eat This, Not That! cautions
against ordering the frozen raspberry margarita. Why? It’ll set you back almost 500 calories, and
it’s loaded with 83 grams of sugar, way more than you should be eating in an entire day. There’s good news, though, you can partake
of the original margarita on the rocks, and drink a much more manageable 170 calories
and 14 grams of sugar. Or, you know, you could order another basket
of rolls with cinnamon butter and down a few more frozen raspberry margaritas because you’re
a grownup, and you do what you want. If cocktails aren’t your thing, you can also
order a beer from the drinks menu and know that you’re in for a treat. That’s because Texas Roadhouse takes the temperature
of their draft beers very seriously. Money Inc. explains, “The Texas Roadhouse restaurant chain takes
extra measures to ensure that each draft beer that they serve their customers has been chilled
to a specific temperature. The staff is very particular about following
the rules to ensure perfection. The beer is kept at a chilly temperature of
36 degrees Fahrenheit.” And, beer is pretty much the perfect thing
to drink with a steak. No, really, it’s science. Steak is a natural fit with beer because the
carbonation acts as a palate cleanser and the bitterness takes away some of the fatty
mouthfeel of your favorite cut of beef. That means you aren’t just drinking beer with
your meal because it’s five o’clock somewhere and your kids are yelling and you finished
binge-watching your favorite series on Netflix…again, and the guilt is setting in, you’re doing
it because you’re a gourmand and all fancy-like and you know it’s going to enhance the flavor
of your meal. Eating out is expensive, especially if you
are a family with some adults in the household who enjoy an adult beverage or two with their
meal. One of the reasons Texas Roadhouse is so successful,
averaging about 300,000 meals per day, is because they know their customers so well. Business Insider notes that plenty of Yelpers
mention the chain’s, quote, “flawless execution of basic American food.” People go to Texas Roadhouse because the food
is reasonably priced and good quality, they can bring their kids there, they don’t have
to dress up, and they can relax. Those are all important, but there’s even
more to appreciate about the restaurant chain, especially if you like supporting businesses
that are about more than just the food. They are regularly voted among the best in
customer satisfaction. They are big on charitable giving, their restaurants
average four fundraisers a month for local nonprofits and schools. They are supportive of first responders and
the military, even saying thank you with free meals for the troops on Veteran’s Day. And they’re supporters of The Special Olympics. That’s a lot, right? It’s this sort of commitment to their customers
and to the community that makes this place a lot more than just steaks and big margaritas. Plus, those rolls! If you love Texas Roadhouse but don’t always
have the time to sit down to a full meal there, you’ll definitely want to know the fast casual
chain called Bubba’s 33. Also founded by Kent Taylor, the menu features
items like burgers, wings, and pizzas, all made from scratch just like Texas Roadhouse. This restaurant also wants to be a destination
for everybody, so they have a garage bar area along with a family dining section, so those
without screaming kids can instead scream at big screen TVs while their favorite teams
play. They claim to be a place for “all things American,
food, family, sports and beer!” Sounds like an excellent place to take the
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100 thoughts on “Don’t Eat At Texas Roadhouse Again Until You Watch This

  1. Some of Texas roadhouse restaurants are filthy smelly places because of the area they are located in, if you see low class people with unkept hair, worn fingernail polish,talking on phones while waiting tables, kitchen staff not wearing the proper sanitation gear then walk tfo, luckily the two I visit are located in upscale areas where the employees are clean, polite, kitchen staff has on the proper gear and the place doesn't smell like buckets of old mop water are under every table

  2. Texas Roadhouse washes the Matt's from the bathroom in the same dishwasher the dishes go through think about that before you hit that the Roadhouse😬

  3. I went to Texass roadhouse once with my kids. It was so loud we couldn't have a conversation and every five minutes all the waitresses started dancing in a very stupid and obviously compelled way. Food was just ok. Will never go back.

  4. Perfect Texas Rd. House . Better than eating outside in a food stand moving truck. Never know if the food has been inspected by the food inpectors.

  5. Most beers can not be fully tasted unless served much warmer than most people know. In fact, serving beer ice cold only started during prohibition and it was old Al Capone and his corn based excuse for beer that did it. The sad part is, his horrible recipe has become the staple beer in the States.

  6. Between Texas Roadhouse buns and Red Lobster's biscuits, I'm gonna go with the biscuits. However, I do like Roadhouse's filet mignon, it's one of the best I have ever had from steak houses that I have been to, lol.

  7. You said the rolls are free? Have you never taken a course in economics? They are not free, they are included in the pricing of the food. Remember the well worn phrase "there ain't no such thing as a free lunch." I must compliment you on a well presented video regarding Texas Roadhouse. We go there a few times a year and we've never had a bad meal. Thank you for all the details.

  8. The title is bait. This is a commercial. I’m fine with the positive review and descriptions. But you’re lured into watching bc of the title.

  9. If it is such a "fun place to work" then why do I never see the same servers twice? You know; the ones that wear T-shirts that say "I love my job"?

  10. Nope, I no longer wast my money eating out. My home cooked food is much better quality and always satisfying. Also you mentioned you play loud music to drown out kid noise ect. You reminded me why I have not been to Texas road house in Riverside Ca. Since you first opened 15 years ago. No loud music at my home at dinner time. Eating in places that allow their patrons jump around like a bunch of kabanchies yelling an screaming like it's new years eave is not what I consider a nice evening out. Final note your food is not all that for the price and your service is lousy as I am often told by friends who stumble into your pretend eatery.

  11. Just ate there last weekend. Worst steak I've had in a long time. The ribeye was paper thin. I ordered it medium, it came very rare. Sent it back and they threw it back on the grill, and it still came back rare.

  12. best advice for the hearing sensitive, take ear plugs!! last one I ate at was over 120 db! I took the db meter with me!!
    or if you have hearing aids, take them out!! LOUD PLACE!!
    but food… yea they have food game!! pretty good stuff!!
    and avoid if you are pnut sensitive!!
    but if you like fun places, yea this is one of the great's!!

  13. Well this video is a waste of google storage space. I lasted about 1 minute before I realized this was a click bait and shameful plug.

  14. Worse place to eat. They dont cook the food. Multiple times I have bit into frozen middle steak and ribs not to mention the waitresses were very shady when it comes to your ticket. NEVER AGAIN

  15. That's the main reason I don't like Texas roadhouse. The music is just way too loud. You can barely have a conversation with someone next to you. Turn it way down and I will come more often!

  16. Wait, wait, wait. Did the video say beef "only" made up 20% of wasted food? That seems pretty awful if 1/5th of all the food waste comes from beef. I almost find that hard to believe

  17. We never return to eat at Texas Road House, they just open in our State , me & my husband go to eat there are bugs in our Salad, we complain they didn’t do anything about it, not even replace it , we just left, never look back,

  18. I myself do not eat at Roadhouse I don't eat at any restaurant they can't fix anything there at the restaurant that I can't make it home

  19. I LOVE texas roadhouse it's my favorite restaurant. Anytime I eat there, the food is ALWAYS good. The rolls will make you wanna smack your momma.(watch out momma👊🤪🤣)

  20. Loud, "they like it that way." The Texas Road House in Reno was so loud that I couldn't even converse with my wife sitting across the table from me. We've never been back. I disagree that it's a family place unless you don't mind having to yell at the kids.

  21. Unfortunately our local Texas Roadhouse ribs just arent very good, they are very dried out and have way too much of a smoky flavor like they were drowned in liquid smoke.

  22. Thinking of ordering Chinese take-out? Think again. I drove taxi in Toronto, Canada on Friday & Saturday nights while attending college. (I actually made good money.) Received a radio call to get a take-out order at a Chineseeatery. While waiting at the side kitchen door for the order I saw two Chinese kitchen workers using a pail, situated right beside a crate of vegetables, as a urinal. Lots of "splashing" onto the crate of "veggies." When done, they just "gave it a couple of shakes," ipped up and went back to cooking without hand washing. I left without the order and contacted my dispatcher who called the customer. I found out the following week that she was grateful. I did call the City Health Department on Monday. TRUE STORY!

  23. My late father was a meter reader for Toronto electric. This was back in the days when all meters were inside, usually in the basement. He always had horror stories about Chinese restaurants, especially in the Dundas & Spadina area. He saw (in no particular order) in these "dumps" basements dead rats and mice, LIVE rats, mice and assorted "bugs" crawling over crates of vegetables, human and animal excrement and even a dead cat. He assumed that the cat was the next day's Chef's Special. You never know what goes on "behind the scenes in a restaurant."

  24. She didn't even mention my TR favorite; the best baked potatoes anywhere! I love everything about this place. However, the birthday yahoo is pretty lame. Would rather have a free dessert or something.

  25. If I'm going to spend $60 on a meal I DON'T wanna listen to a screaming ass kid!! We used to go to Texas Road House at least once a week but this became so much of a problem we stopped going!!! The CEO must not know that it's NOT loud enough to drown out a screaming kid!!!

  26. We still have a nice looking Lone Star Steakhouse and Saloon building for sale here in East Tennessee since they last shut their doors in 2017 😕 They had a very nice place there for a couple of years and then went all to hell for some reason… You can buy the property now for $995,000.00 Anyone up to try? Maybe a small business loan? 🤔

  27. I specifically ordered at steak at Texas Roadhouse WELL DONE and 15 minutes later they brought me one practically RAW. When I complained, they asked if I had a dog and I told them, "Yes." They said, "We'll get you a box and you can take it home to him." That was it! No apologies and no offers to made it good. They charged me full price, which I paid and then left with the box. It's a good thing there was a McDonalds across the street because I left the TR still hungry. I hope my dog enjoyed the steak because I sure didn't. I'll never go back there again. I advise everyone reading this to NEVER go to Texas Roadhouse.

  28. My ex took me to this restaurant here in Dubai at lamer OmG it was the best steak I have ever had and am planning to take my boyfriend in January for his bd because he loves meat and this restaurant is the best

  29. the grilled shrimp with garlic butter dip iss fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiire

  30. no yet maybe in fifty more years after America becomes over populated , youll see cheap crap food every wear except for the 1%

  31. I went to Texas Road House and at one table there was a baby that shit its diapers and it leaked and the parents held the baby and the shit dropped onto the floor. The family looked embarrassed. Then an employee came over and kicked a pile of peanut shells over it. He said "No problem ma'am. Everything is under control." and then he went back to his other work.

  32. 12-07-2019 8 : 30 pm
    I ordered Salmon, broccoli and a sweet potato take out i got an under cooked Salmon for the first time that's strike one TEXAS ROAD HOUSE.

  33. The poster of this video is a crook. Look at the title. It implies that something is wrong and is meant to catch your curiosity and see what’s wrong with this restaurant chain. This is what the title implies. You watch the video and they just promote the restaurant chain. Again, the poster of this videp is a crook.

  34. I love Texas Roadhouse!!! The Wichita location is super busy. There’s a new Texas Roadhouse by me and I just think the cook wearing gloves shouldn’t be on his phone. Just a thought. Still great food.

  35. I dont care for the rolls and cinn butter. I like logans yeast rolls and plain butter. I think golden coral has them too.

  36. This place is a joke. I was in an empty restaurant and couldn't get a seat or a menu. They kept me waiting for fifteen minutes while they talked to each other on their head-sets before I stormed out. Screw 'em. They are idiots! I will NEVER taste their food. They are stupid!

  37. TEXAS ROADHOUSE IS THE BEST PRICED & TASTY STEAKS EVER!…I've been a FAN since 2001 When they came to My Tucson, Arizona

  38. I just ate there 2 day ago for the First time..and i will be goin back…because that rib eye steak was crazy..and that chilli😋

  39. We live in Hendersonville, TN…Our location is PACKED 7 nights a week, by far the busiest steak house in the area. The food is always top notch, I have never had a bad meal there. The staff does do a much better than average job and yes, our location is definitely loud and rowdy, and that's just how we like it. The normal wait at dinner time is 45 min-1 hour but it is always worth the wait.

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