When enjoying a feature at Majestic 10, 190 Boxwood Street, Williston, VT 05495, the Texas Roadhouse is a short five minute drive away at 225 Interstate Corporate Center, Williston, VT 05495.
The Texas Roadhouse Managing Partner is John Strout and the contact phone is: 802-288-1110.
Although their meat does not come from local vendors, Texas Roadhouse does incorporate local produce from Upper Valley Produce and Black River Produce, to name a few, in their extensive menu.
This examiner visited on a Tuesday night at around 7:00 pm. It was pretty busy, but Gary Krant and his father Archie Krant, both of Burlington, stated it’s busy every night.
We had a short wait at the hostess desk and were shown to rustic wooden booth next to the bar. There were three TVs in my view, two showing the Red Sox game and one was tuned to ESPN.
Our waitress, Kim, was very friendly and efficient. She brought freshly made rolls with cinnamon butter and asked if we’d like something to drink.
I chose the Roadhouse Roadie Margarita, which starts with their Legendary Margarita and adds
Grand Marnier and a splash of cranberry juice on the rocks with a salted rim. It was dangerously delicious!
Gary had a glass of Merlot.
After ordering a Baby Blossom appetizer, we both commented on how much we enjoyed “The Help”, the movie we had seen.
It was an ensemble cast with Sissy Spacek and Cicely Tyson as the most recognizable names in character roles. Gary thought this movie will be up for many Oscar nominations.
The fried onion appetizer came with a Cajun horseradish sauce. It was light and crispy and delicious without the sauce, but the Cajun horseradish made it even more appealing.
We both chose salad as our second vegetable. It came with croutons and chopped hard boiled eggs.
This examiner was not used to eggs in a house salad, but it was fine we hadn’t come for the salad.
For our entrées, Gary had the 8 ounce Sirloin and mashed potato. This was the first time I had been to this steakhouse, which Gary considered the best in the area.
I wanted to have the best example of their reputation, and chose the 20 ounce Bone-in Rib eye and baked potato.
We both ordered our steaks to be cooked medium.
Mine was absolutely perfect. Juicy, tender, you could really taste the flavor of the meat!
The pepper sauce was very basic and was an excellent accompaniment to the Rib eye.
This examiner had enough to take home to feed an army.
The only drawback was the loud music. I like country music, but it was too loud to have a pleasant conversation with the person across the table.
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