Descriptive Essay On Texas Roadhouse

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Every time I walk into Texas Roadhouse my eyes wonder over to where the rolls and their special cinnamon butter waiting to be consumed by the customer. I hear country music playing in the background, and feel peanuts crumbling under my feet like leaves on a beautiful autumn day. Without looking at the menu, my mind is already preparing my stomach for the flavorful food that I am about to encounter. Texas Roadhouse gives the Newark population somewhere local to get a great steak while getting a significate value. From personal experience most of the other steakhouses will get very pricey for a family of five making it difficult to dine at their restaurant while living on a tight budget. Texas Roadhouse also offers specials throughout the …show more content…
When you first enter you will notice a small waiting area with different license plates from a range of dates and states. Lighting is dim, but over the table lighting seemed bright, and the music is loud. They also have large taxidermy trophies, and televisions with sports programs hanging on their walls. They have a bar that is in the center of the restaurant. It is very well stocked and the bartenders have all the patrons that I have seen smiling and enjoying their time spent at the establishment. The employees are always willing to help the customers. They even move tables around for the larger parties that come to enjoy the food. Whenever certain songs play over the radio, waiters and waitresses would stop waiting on tables to participate in a line …show more content…
The smell can be compared to your first meal after eating a month of hotdogs and ramen noodles. When you consider the price and the friendly environment of the restaurant you would not expect much quality in the food. The quantity of the food depends on what you order. The customer can order either a half slab or full slab of ribs. A steak can be as small as a six ounce to a 23 ounce steak cooked to order. You can have your meat cooked from rare to well-done depending on your preference. I have only had to send my steak back once for being over cooked and dry. Management had the chefs recook my steak and gave my family a 25% discount on our bill. The quality of the children food was better than any fast food restaurant that I have experienced. With a family of five we can go to Texas Roadhouse and enjoy a quality meal for about the same price that we would spend at McDonalds. The service at the restaurant starts with a friendly hostess. The hostess takes your name and how many are in your party. The waitress then quickly calls your name and smiles and says “Hi welcome to Roadhouse.” Upon sitting at your table the waitress says her name and she will be serving you today as she gives you a basket filled with delicious rolls. I usually base my tip on how my waitress treats my family and the service we receive, or if I ever have to flag them down for a refill. I would rather sit down at a nice establishment to eat then sit

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