One of the most-requested national chains yet to make a local home, Texas Roadhouse is confirmed to be headed to North Las Vegas, bringing a scratch kitchen, generous portions, and its famous complimentary peanuts and bread.
Launched in 1993 and despite its name, based out of Louisville, Kentucky, the family-friendly, 7,333-square-foot restaurant will be built at the northeast corner of Craig Road and Bruce Street, not far from the recently debuted Habit Burger Grill and the Cannery Casino & Hotel.
It plans to be open from 4 to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m on the weekend, closing at 10 p.m. on Sunday. The restaurant will not be offering live music or gaming and the exterior design will match the more than 450 previous steakhouse locations and hoist both an American and Texas state flag.
On the menu, a free bucket of shelled peanuts delivered to each table, plus a portion of its house-made bread, served with homemade cinnamon butter. Known for its steaks, “Country dinners” the “Dockside Favorites” seafood dishes, staff occasionally break into impromptu line-dances to entertain diners.
Also coming to the site, a 4,300-square-foot structure next door, imagined to be filled by a “Panera Bread” type of tenant. At a third, 7,518-square-foot property next to Habit Burger, brokers are already touting leases with Blaze Pizza and Cafe Rio, with a third newcomer yet to be signed.
Behind all of these casual dining options will sit the first 63-room My Place Hotel in Nevada, designed for “both short-term and long-term travelers” and offering rooms equipped with “a full fridge, coffee maker, microwave, and 2 burner cook top.” The hotel is already under construction.
Currently working its way through the approval stage, an estimated arrival date for the Texas Roadhouse has yet to be revealed.