Nashville-based steakhouse chain serves up large portions of meat and potatoes.. In Short Founded in 1991, this company-owned, franchised eatery is famous for one thing: steak. With decor reminiscent of classic wood-paneled roadhouses that lined Route 66, this restaurant serves up gigantic portions of mesquite-grilled, hand-cut steaks. Families and friends with rumbling stomachs start off with bottomless peanuts before diving into sirloins, rib-eyes and prime rib. Bigger appetites go for the 20-ounce porterhouse. Lighter items include teriyaki-grilled chicken and Santa Fe tilapia.
We were seated in plastic chairs; the waitress got both orders wrong--charging us for the more expensive erros she made. It was noisy and dirty. And watch out for the iced tea; it's not stated clearly on the menu, but most of them on alcoholic! The food was all right, but if I pay $20 for a steak--I don't want a plastic chair! When I sent a complaint, they just replied better luck next time--but there won't be one for us! At least at Texas Roadhouse they get the orders right!