NOISY AS HECK.
First off, I haven't eaten at this location...but it's a chain. Best "chain" steak, however, that I've ever had (in PA near Indiantown Gap.) It's not frozen, you can select your steak..go for the delicious ribeye.
Yeah, you can get great steaks at Morton's or Chris Ruth's but then you'll REALLY pay for it.
Just be prepared for a TFIG atmosphere: loud singing of Happy Birthday, little soundproofing, loud music, peanuts on the floor (but I recommend that you eat them out of the buckets on the table...lol.)
Texas--themed barbecue chain provides carnivores with a family-friendly spot for a hand-cut steak or rack of tender ribs.. In Short With dozens of locations spread across most of the country, this faux-roadhouse chain has become a dependable spot for families in search of a casual spot for affordable steaks and down-home comfort fare. The playful menu is dotted with kid-friendly titles (chicken "critters," "road kill" chopped sirloin) and options (add caramel and marshmallow to a baked sweet potato for a dollar). In-house hand-cut steaks come in a plethora of cuts and sizes.
First Time visit.
This was my family's first time visit. It came highly recommended by family in other states. The waiter was extremely helpful and the service was excellent! Thanks Steve! We went on a Friday evening a little before 6pm and there was a very little wait. The food was excellent and the staff were very friendly. My family and I will definitely return again in the future.
Texas Roadhouse is my all time favorite place to go. Their steaks are cooked to perfections and their rolls are very delicious. The service is friendly and the atmosphere goes well with the food.
If you want great food, great portions, and an affordable meal this is the place to go. I was amazed. This was one of the best steaks I've ever had. The rolls are ssoooo fresh. Out of the oven and on your table in seconds. There are also peanuts to munch on if you have to wait for a seat. The service was fast, attentive and very friendly. Get everything you want at the Roadhouse.
Great Value! Great Food!.
My family has been dining at Texas Roadhouse for years and we go often. I don't mind waiting for my food because they have peanuts to munch on and when you get to the table they bring you unlimited rolls and butter. The rolls are so soft and hot and the butter...you'll want to take it home (it's that good) I recommend calling ahead the place gets packed, especially on Fri. and Sat. nights. The service is excellent and the food is a great value. You get a lot of good food for your money. I always have lunch for the next day. By far better than Outback!!!
Cold Steak but Warm Service.
Went based on other reviews on this site and location near home. Prices are much more reasonable than Outback, but we did not receive the stellar meal others site. The place was PACKED, which should be a good sign, but it made service unacceptably slow. I ordered a med-well sirloin - received a well done, barely warm, & very dry steak. Overcooked green beans. Seasoned rice is more like chinese fried rice. Husband had terrific steak tips and flavorful mashed potatoes (that were served cold). Greasy but acceptable fries. Hot rolls and sweet-butter were doughy but great. Service was the best. Spunky and friendly. We hope this experience was an off night and are willing to try again. Additionally, a young couple should not be seated in the midst of several families with screaming kids. Would have preferred to have sat in a two person "adult" booth.
Everything is above average here for service, food, drink, service, etc. Below average are the fantastic prices! Love "Outback", but it can't compete when it comes to value for your money. The rolls and honey butter are over-the-top.