Texas roadhouses, the first American restaurants to open on the East Coast, will be returning to town with their menu for the first time in decades.
Texans Roadhouse will reopen in downtown Houston for a second consecutive weekend, Aug. 19-21.
It was not immediately clear how much of the menu will be changed, but the chain’s new owner, Joe Mancini, has previously said that it will include a menu that has a more Texan twist.
The chain’s signature Texas Roadhouse is one of the most popular Texas roadhouses in the country, and it has also been a favorite of late-night comedians.
The restaurant was founded by a couple who were traveling from Texas to visit family in Louisiana when they decided to move to Texas to work for Mancino’s restaurant company.
They opened the first restaurant in the area in the 1950s.
The new menu will include the same items from the original Texan Roadhouse, but it will also include dishes like the fried chicken taco, chicken wings, fried chicken, and pork chops.
The steak sandwich, a Texan favorite, will feature a side of coleslaw.
It will be available with coleslaws, as well as a side salad.
It’s the only Texan roadhouse that won’t be offering a daily menu, but you can expect to see some of the original dishes on the menu.
Mancini said he hopes the menu is a success.
He said he doesn’t want to lose the original restaurant, but that he wants to give it a little more personality and taste.
He wants it to feel like a destination.
He has a good connection with the community, and he said he’s not trying to replace it.
But he wants it a bit more.
Manchin’s original Roadhouse menu, which includes the chicken wings and the steak sandwich was featured on Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
He also opened a restaurant called the Original Texan in Nashville, Tenn., in the early 2000s.