Texas Roadhouse offering ready-to-grill steaks

Restaurant chain to offer cuts of steak to help with grocery shortages

VICTORIA, Texas — In addition to the Curbside-To-Go service currently provided at every Texas Roadhouse location, hungry customers can now take advantage of a new option being offered by the restaurant chain.

Due to grocery shortages caused by the novel coronavirus, Texas Roadhouse locations across the state of Texas are now selling ready to grill steaks directly to the public. Every cut of steak on the menu will be available for purchase.

“It gives everybody the ability to still have our hand-cut, legendary steaks at home,” said Taylor Blanton, service manager at the Roadhouse on Navarro.

Unlike their Curbside-To-Go service, customers will have to call their local Texas Roadhouse to place their order for ready-to-grill meat. The chain is also offering Family Value Packs, dinners for four which include a choice of an entrée, a large salad, four side dishes, fresh-baked rolls, and honey cinnamon butter.

Last week, Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor announced he would be donating his salary and bonuses until at least next January to help pay front line employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.