8 Secrets Texas Roadhouse Employees Don't Want You to Know
1. Servers are pushed to upsell
According to a Reddit post by a Texas Roadhouse employee, the waitstaff is pressured by management to always upsell diners.
2. The chain was founded in Indiana
The company's headquarters are in Louisville, Kentucky. Oh, and the company's founder has worked in the restaurant and hospitality industries in Colorado.
3. The cheapest steak is the most popular
The chain's best-selling steak is also the cheapest: the six-ounce sirloin steak. Since 1993, this has been the case.
4. The chain has been hiking prices
You may recall that Texas Roadhouse raised its menu pricing by around 1.75 percent to meet up with rising expenditures last spring.
5. The cocktails are terrible for you
For example, their Raspberry Margarita includes 520 calories and 76 grammes of sugar, which is nearly double the daily recommended sugar intake.
6, The bread and butter will keep coming, but you have to ask
Unless specifically requested, the chain's servers will only bring one basket of bread and butter per table, but if you order more rounds of rolls, you will receive them.
7. They make their chili out of leftovers
The chilli at Texas Roadhouse is best avoided, according to many Texas Roadhouse employees who shared some secrets about the business on Reddit.
8. The Filet Medallions are the best steak deal on the menu
It has more meat than most steak alternatives and may be served with any side dish of your choosing instead of rice or mashed potatoes.
Since its founding nearly 30 years ago in 1993, the chain has grown to hundreds of locations spread across the nation and even with an international footprint
The restaurant is also well-respected for having quality steaks, cold beer, and a raucous, welcoming environment, according to Money Inc.
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