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‘Legendary Food And Service’ At Texas Roadhouse



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Those seeking a slice of southern cooking up north need look no further than Texas Roadhouse, located at 74 Newtown Road in Danbury.

The Danbury branch opened in June of 2017 and is one of the chain’s three locally operated locations.

Managing Partner Matthew Rusinko and legendary store marketer Loren Daly lead Texas Roadhouse in being a casual, energetic, family-friendly spot for patrons to enjoy.

The restaurant, Daly said, strives “to be the best, cleanest, and friendliest in town.”

In the wake of COVID-19, Texas Roadhouse has set up dividers between each table, put employee health checks in place, and has a sanitation coordinator on staff during every shift.

Indoor dining is also available and operating at half its capacity to accommodate social distancing guidelines.

Whether diners are looking to have a meal indoors, outdoors, or taken to-go, Daly says Texas Roadhouse continues to serve up its signature “legendary food and service.”

That means fresh, never frozen, ingredients; sides made from scratch; hand-cut steaks; and an on-site meat cutter “in a room cold enough to snow,” Daly adds.

For takeout and curbside service, customers can order online or at the new take-out window.

Quality service does not end there, as community involvement is always important for Texas Roadhouse through fundraisers and community partners.

A Sample Of The Menu

Starters: The Cactus Blossom is Texas Roadhouse’s signature appetizer and the Combo Appetizer lets customers pick three options of wings, fried pickles, snake bites, or potato skins.

Combos: The Grilled BBQ Chicken & Ribs are served with a choice of two sides.

Burgers and Sandwiches: Texas Roadhouse uses tender, slow-cooked pork covered in the restaurant’s signature BBQ sauce for its Pulled Pork Sandwich. Another standout meal is the Smokehouse Burger that is made of half a pound of fresh ground chuck topped with sauteed onions, mushrooms, BBQ sauce, American cheese, and jack cheese. Both sandwiches are served on a toasted Texas-sized bun with steak fries and a pickle chips.

Salads: Of the more than half a dozen salad options, there is the Steakhouse Filet Salad with Italian dressing that is topped with bleu cheese crumbles, bacon bits, tender filet strips, tomatoes, red onions, and croutons. It is also served with a side of creamy bleu cheese. The Chicken Critter Salad has hot, crispy strips of chicken on a bed of cold greens with cheddar and jack cheeses, tomato, egg, and bacon.

Country Dinners: The Country Fried Sirloin consists of hand-battered, fresh-cut sirloin that is cooked crispy and golden then topped with cream gravy. It is served with choice of two sides.

Hand-Cut Steaks and Ribs: Texas Roadhouse has sirloin starting from six ounces, and fall-off-the-bone ribs. On Wild West Wednesday, there are shrimp and steak specials available.

Chicken: The Chicken Critters are all white meat chicken tenders that are golden-fried and lightly crispy. The Herb Crusted Chicken is boneless, marinated chicken breast that is seasoned with a blend of herbs and spices, before being flame-grilled and served with a caramelized lemon. Both meals are served with the choice of two sides.

Kids’ Meals: Tuesday is Kids Night with $1.99 kids’ meals and $3.99 “Ranger” meals. The Lil’ Dillo Steak Bites are grilled steak pieces served with the choice of one side and a kid-sized soft drink, juice, or milk.

Sides and Extras: All the sides are made from scratch and there are fresh rolls and honey cinnamon butter.

Beverages: On a hot summer day, popular drinks are the sweet tea and Legend Margarita.

Dessert: Treats include a brownie sundae and cheesecake.

Texas Roadhouse, 74 Newtown Road, Danbury, is open Monday through Thursday from 3 to 10 pm; Friday and Saturday from 11:30 am to 11 pm; and Sunday from 11:30 am to 9 pm. Catering is available. For more information about Texas Roadhouse call 203-730-9176, e-mail 574mrketing@texasroadhouse.com, or visit texasroadhouse.com. Be sure to follow the restaurant on Facebook at “Texas Roadhouse (DanburyCT).”

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