Texas Roadhouse

★★★★☆
  • 902 Mall Dr

    Duluth, MN 55811

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  • 218-624-7427

About Texas Roadhouse

Hours
Sun 11am-10pm, Mon-Thu 4pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm

Food

Food
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Probably the best place in town for steak, even considering some of the more expensive places. I'm not a steak person, but even I have to admit they do steak right. I think I've only had one steak there that was tough -- the rest have been fantastic.

I dislike the breading on their "Chicken Critturs" -- it's a bit too hard -- but their pan-fried Walleye is amazing and comes with this really remarkable lemon tartar sauce.

The side items are, in my opinion, lackluster unless you order something potato-y and "load" it, or unless you get something like applesauce or a salad, which don't require cooking.

Their free bread is AMAZING. It's got a touch of honey on top and always comes out soft and hot. They include whipped cinnamon butter with the bread, which my family loves but I prefer the bread straight-up.

The atmosphere is noisy. There's music playing, groups of people are loud, silverware clinking, and every once in a while the servers are required to line dance (complete with "YEEHAW"s). It can be fun to watch the ones enjoying themselves, but you always feel sorry for the servers who just want to get back to work. They look so miserable!

We had a crying baby in there once and nobody seemed to care. Therefore, this is a great place to bring kids. It's not a "kiddie" restaurant, but it's definitely a place that likes for patrons to have fun and be loud and just let their hair down. I bet they'd even let you line dance with them if you wanted!

The theme of the place is, of course, Texas. I once lived in Texas and it was equally loud and big and in-your-face, so I'd say they play their theme right.

Good food, relaxed atmosphere. It's a pretty neat place.

4
★★★★☆

Probably the best place in town for steak, even considering some of the more expensive places. I'm not a steak person, but even I have to admit they do steak right. I think I've only had one steak there that was tough -- the rest have been fantastic.

I dislike the breading on their "Chicken Critturs" -- it's a bit too hard -- but their pan-fried Walleye is amazing and comes with this really remarkable lemon tartar sauce.

The side items are, in my opinion, lackluster unless you order something potato-y and "load" it, or unless you get something like applesauce or a salad, which don't require cooking.

Their free bread is AMAZING. It's got a touch of honey on top and always comes out soft and hot. They include whipped cinnamon butter with the bread, which my family loves but I prefer the bread straight-up.

The atmosphere is noisy. There's music playing, groups of people are loud, silverware clinking, and every once in a while the servers are required to line dance (complete with "YEEHAW"s). It can be fun to watch the ones enjoying themselves, but you always feel sorry for the servers who just want to get back to work. They look so miserable!

We had a crying baby in there once and nobody seemed to care. Therefore, this is a great place to bring kids. It's not a "kiddie" restaurant, but it's definitely a place that likes for patrons to have fun and be loud and just let their hair down. I bet they'd even let you line dance with them if you wanted!

The theme of the place is, of course, Texas. I once lived in Texas and it was equally loud and big and in-your-face, so I'd say they play their theme right.

Good food, relaxed atmosphere. It's a pretty neat place.

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