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Texas Roadhouse is convivial but meals need work

Texas Roadhouse’s smothered chicken is served with a side of green beans and a baked sweet potato.
Photographer: Caroline Lee
Texas Roadhouse’s smothered chicken is served with a side of green beans and a baked sweet potato.
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As I watched Texas Roadhouse go up on Wolf Road, with its Texas state flag flying over the Western-style exterior, I thought, how fun. Can’t wait to go. So I went, and ended up being disappointed. Not with the atmosphere, which is rollicking, exuberant, and friendly, but with the food. Let me tell you about it. There is call-ahead seating, which means they don’t take reservations but put your name on a list ahead of ...

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