Texas Roadhouse is a chain restaurant, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. The restaurant has been nicknamed “Texas Roadkill” since at least 1997. Texas Roadhouse actually has a dish called “Road Kill—10 ounce chopped steak with onions, mushrooms and jack cheese.”
Another nickname of Texas Roadhouse is “Texas Outhouse.”
Wikipedia; Texas Roadhouse
Texas Roadhouse is a chain restaurant that specializes in steaks and promotes a western theme. Texas Roadhouse Corporation is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. The first restaurant was opened in Clarksville, Indiana, in 1993 at the Green Tree Mall across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky. The chain operates about 320 (July, 2009) locations in 46 states. It is known for its free buckets of peanuts at each table.
Texas Roadhouse—Our Menu
10 ounce chopped steak with onions, mushrooms and jack cheese
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From: (John H. Waaser)
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One of the many, many things I like about the local “Texas Roadhouse” (aka Texas Roadkill) restaurant is the fact that they serve “range-fed” roast chicken
Taste of Home Community Forum
07-13-2004 4:17 PM
RE: Has anyone ever ate at Texas Roadhouse
It’s a chain, my parents have one near them in California. There’s one in the next town over. We call it “Texas Roadkill” instead of “Texas Roadhouse”.
07-13-2004 8:25 PM
Funny, we called it Texas Roadkill also
05-27-2007, 07:54 PM
We called it Texas Roadkill, but only because my FIL mistakenly called it that once and we thought it was hilarious.......so it became our name for it.
Home Talk Entertainment Forums
04-30-2008, 08:08 PM
I went to Texas Roadkill, I mean RoadHOUSE once while in Savannah.
The Trouble with Lacy Brown and And Baby Makes Five
By Debra Clopton
New York, NY: Steeple Hill Books
2011 (2005, The Trouble with Lacy Brown)
“You know, the Texas Roadkill, or something like that.”
“It’s the Texas Road House. They have something named after roadkill on the menu,” Norma said. “But I heard it was real good.”
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