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Texas Roadhouse Opening Oct. 1

The steakhouse will officially open for business Monday.

For those who often travel Mountain or Belair roads in Fallston, the bright red sign for Texas Roadhouse may have piqued your interest.

The newly constructed steakhouse, located at 2428 Belair Road in Fallston, is scheduled to officially open Monday, Oct. 1.

The restaurant offers ribs, steak, burgers and other steakhouse specialties.

Check out the menu here.

Do you plan to visit this new restaurant? Leave a comment.

RW Willy December 31, 2012 at 05:34 PM
They dropped your food after a long wait, asked you pay for the drinks you consumed. Get over it. Its not like you got food poisoning and died. You'll never go back, we got it. Thanks for your review.
Voter December 31, 2012 at 05:42 PM
I think HDGresident is complaining more about the lack of response or concern by management of the chain. If they care this little about customer service, i would think the business mantra spills over into the kitchen, in my opinion, it WILL cause food poisening sooner or later. This is apparently NOT an isolated incident from what I've read. I can understand some bumps in the road with a new startup location, but I can't understand or forgive the fact that management doesn't even offer up an apology.
Joseph Applegeiser December 31, 2012 at 06:27 PM
Yeah, I've heard some negative stories about this particular Roadhouse at this particular location. They're new, give them a break, everyone and their family is rushing in there ASAP just to get disappointed.... so give it time. Their hostess staff is absolutely horrible right now, combined with the layout of this particular building. Crowded people in the small waiting room, with servers and other staff who are too lazy to exit from the other side of the kitchen... so they literally are walking into people who are in the "waiting room." Remember, this restaurant is a chain, very few chains are worthwhile and "good" in my book; combined with the slow and horrible service; definitely not worth it at this location. You can go somewhere else in Bel Air and order practically the same thing.
HDGresident January 03, 2013 at 02:28 PM
I received 2 very rude and unprofessional e-mails from the Texas Roadhouse Corporate office (Donna Sanders & Travis Doster) and in one e-mail they stated that they no longer want my business -- I couldn't agree more! Customer Service is NOT a priority for Texas Roadhouse! Note to Voter: If you do receive a response, it will probably be the same!
HDGresident May 28, 2013 at 07:34 PM
Avoid Texas Roadhouse -- I warned my family, friends and co-workers and 2 of my friends over the weekend had a bad experience! When they left, they noticed 4 servers walking across the way to the McDonalds to eat!

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