Texas Roadhouse to Open New Location in Temecula on Global Scale

Texas Roadhouse to Open New Outpost in Temecula, CA in Early 2024

Temecula, CA – The popular steak and ribs eatery, Texas Roadhouse, known for its free buckets of peanuts, line dancing waitstaff, and Willie Nelson-themed tables, is set to open a new location in Temecula, CA in early 2024. With over 600 locations worldwide, Texas Roadhouse is expanding to bring their scratch-made menu to even more diners.

Founded in Indiana in 1993 by W. Kent Taylor, Texas Roadhouse has since spread throughout the United States, with an international presence in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, the Philippines, Mexico, and Taiwan. Every location prides itself on having its own butcher and baker to ensure quality and freshness.

The Temecula outpost will be located near the Promenade Temecula shopping mall, at the southwest corner of Winchester and Margarita Roads. The new restaurant will have a full liquor license, offering diners a wide selection of drinks to complement their meals.

Every Texas Roadhouse location features murals that are specifically created for each restaurant, reflecting the local community and culture. Founder and CEO Kent Taylor approves each painting, ensuring that each location has a unique and authentic feel.

San Diego county currently boasts two Texas Roadhouse locations, with a third set to open soon in National City. The Temecula outpost will mark the fourth location in the county. The restaurant is well-known for its 11-ounce USDA Choice Sirloin, fall-off-the-bone ribs, house-made sides, and fresh-baked bread. Every table is also provided with homemade rolls, adding to the warm and welcoming atmosphere.

For more information on Texas Roadhouse and its upcoming Temecula location, visit texasroadhouse.com. Fans of the popular chain are sure to be excited for the opportunity to dine at this new outpost, and experience the flavor and culture that have made Texas Roadhouse a household name.

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