Salisbury welcomes NEW Texas Roadhouse
As you know, I am a huge advocate for small, local businesses, particularly, those who make, grow, and sell food or food related products. I do, from time to time, share larger chain restaurants when they are owned by locals or are working to support our local community. During Covid I shared posts from larger chains like O'Charley's who were offering curbside family dinners at a bargain price because I felt like it was important for our community to continue to support food businesses throughout the pandemic in ways that felt safe and affordable. When Texas Roadhouse asked me to share information about them, I was a bit hesitant, but after some thought I realized that a large, well known food business, in a prime location could actually draw visitors to get off of the Interstate and check out more of what Salisbury has to offer.
While this restaurant does offer a variety of salads, sandwiches, burgers and chicken, it's hard to go into a Texas Road house and not order beef. For dinner we enjoyed the Filet Medallions. These came served over a bed of seasoned rice with a savory brown gravy. They included a choice of two side items which included a house or caesar salad, reg. or sweet potato, green beans, steamed veggies, corn, rice, mashed potatoes or steak fries. We also tried the 11 oz. hand cut sirloin and the enormous ribeye and ribs combo.
Even the kids were thrilled. The Kid's Menu is extensive and is broken into Kids (smaller) and Ranger (larger) options. My little guy went for the mini Cheeseburger sliders with steak fries and was very pleased with his choice!
And just when I thought the experience couldn't get any better, the music suddenly kicked in to high gear and Mariah Carey's "All I want for Christmas is You" started blasting from the speakers above our heads.
With a fun atmosphere and fresh food, Texas Roadhouse is certainly a welcomed addition to Salisbury and will assuredly have more people hopping off I-85 and spending some time and dollars here in Rowan! Our family left with full bellies and smiles on our faces.
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