We love to eat out, but seeking a decent place to patronize is hard to find. Texas Roadhouse has become our favorite spot to eat. The food is great, including the blackened salmon. The sincere, friendly service is a major reasonwhy we keep coming back. It does get very busy, so when it is just the two of us we saddle up to the bar and order from Dave who takes care of our dining pleasure. Bottom line... good deal, great food, awesome service!
blaring country music. Food of very low quality. really horrible experience.
PS Excuse my typos.
Not that is would necessarily affective, but I think such restaurants should be mandated to post the following: "Eating our food could be hazardous to you health." Why not? Such warnings are a requirement on alcohol containers. You might be shocked to learn how much salt, sugar, fat, and even hormones are in the meals we eat. By the way, I think a better name for Outback's Blooming Onion would be to call it a Blooming Grease Ball. Can you say heart attack at 40?
The early bird specials are alright, if you don't mind very average and overly salty food. As an aside, I think such restaurants should be mandated to post the following: "Eating our food could be hazardous to you health." Why not? It's a requirement on alcohol containers. If you knew how much salt, sugar, fat, hormones, etc. you were ingesting you might think twice. Can you say heart attack at 40?
Glorified Bar food at the best. Nothing spectacular and would not bring my out of town guests here to experience a great steakhouse.
The service - wonderful. The steaks - melt in your mouth delicious. The parking - not so great.
I've been going to Chad's for a good while and have never had a bad night there. The cheese bread, served hot to each table, is incredible, while the steak just plain make me drool.
The only drawback to the wonderful place, is the parking. The parking lot is kinda small and the surrounding businesses are very defensible of their lots. It can get a bit busy; however, a simple reservation and you're good for later.
Just keep in mind, if you do have to park a bit away - you can walk off the homemade desserts...
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