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It all began when our founder, Kent Taylor had a vision of great steaks, killer ribs and ice-cold beer at a price that families across America could afford.

We currently have almost 310 locations in 44 states and plan to open many new locations throughout 2008.

"We wanted to provide a place that the whole family could enjoy," says Taylor. "Texas Roadhouse is about a hearty, good meal with service that is friendly, energetic, and enthusiastic. Life should be fun - so the workplace needs to reflect that as well - and that is why we put our employees first."

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The Texas Roadhouse Story is simple. Legendary Food, Legendary Service®!!!

Hand-cut steaks, award winning ribs, fresh-baked bread and made from scratch side items are the standard at Texas Roadhouse. All of our food is created from scratch with only the highest quality-freshest ingredients. We combine large portions and great value to give you Legendary Food at a reasonable price.

But we're not just about steaks. With great ribs, chicken dishes, fish, salads and lots more, we can satisfy almost any appetite. We guess that's why you all voted us #1 in both Menu Variety and Value in the 2004 Restaurant & Institution Magazine's Choice in Chains Guest Survey.

Legendary Service for every guest and Legendary Fun with our employees, are also main ingredients in our recipe for success. At Texas Roadhouse, our team has an incredible sense of pride in everything we do. We want our guests to have such a good time they'll want to come back again tomorrow.

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review by . May 01, 2011
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A few years back Texas Roadhouse opened its very first Rhode Island location just a stones throw from where I grew up in Cranston. The restaurant was an immediate success with cars jamming the parking lot each weekday evening and all day Saturday and Sunday as well. Word on the street was that the food was terrific.  My wife and I figured we would wait until the novelty wore off and the crowds subsided before giving it a try.  Then a friend told us that it was really loud in there and …
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