Servers Are Pushed Here To Sell, Employees of Texas Roadhouse Reveal

Bryan Dijkhuizen

It's not what it seems

Note From The Author

The opinion of the author is his own and has no affiliation with the topic that was included. Sources that are used in this article are the following: Eat This, Eat That, and for information about individuals, he used Wikipedia.


According to Wikipedia: Steaks prepared in the manner of Texan and Southwestern cuisine are the house specialty of the American restaurant chain Texas Roadhouse, which is a steakhouse. It is a subsidiary of Texas Roadhouse Inc., which has its headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky, and also operates under Bubba's 33 and Jaggers brands of restaurants.

As of August 2021, the company has around 627 outlets in 49 states in the United States and 29 sites spread across 10 countries internationally.

Servers Need To Be Pushy

At Texas Roadhouse, if you order a steak, the wait staff will inquire as to whether or not you would like to have it accompanied by sautéed mushrooms and onions.

Whether you want a baked potato, they will also ask if you would like cheddar and bacon on it. And this continues.

One of the wait staff at Texas Roadhouse is quoted as saying on Reddit that they are pressured by management to continually try to upsell more things to the customers they serve.


In addition to this, it is often quite crowded; in fact, due to the popularity of the WildWest Wednesday deals, it is probably better to avoid going there on Wednesdays if at all possible.

Dishes at Texas Roadhouse that are cooked using leftovers and drinks that have more sugar in them than a person needs in two days should also be avoided at all costs.

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