A spread of Texas Roadhouse menu items on a table
You Should Know These 14 Things About Texas Roadhouse
Napkin Sketches
Kent Taylor, the founder of Texas Roadhouse, sketched plans for the restaurant on a napkin in 1993 to convince business partners their investment wouldn’t be wasted.
USDA Choice Beef
Texas Roadhouse serves the second highest quality grade beef: USDA Choice. Choice beef is the most common cut grade you'll find in grocery stores and restaurants.
Meat-Cutting Competition
Out of a desire to pay tribute to their butchers, the company holds a competition to see who can make the highest-quality cuts the fastest for $25,000.
Employee Fund
There’s a nonprofit organization for Texas Roadhouse employees called "Andy's Outreach Fund." The goal of the organization is to help out employees in need.
Food From Scratch
Texas Roadhouse advertises the fact that its food is made from scratch, including foods you wouldn't expect, such as croutons and bacon bits.