Texas Roadhouse will continue to provide their mouthwatering food for the 2013 Grandma’s Marathon, in the Canal Park activity area, near the Big Top Tent. With choices like their juicy marinated Sirloin Kabob or Angus Burger made with fresh ground chuck, it will be hard to choose what to chow down on first.
For those interested in a dine-in option, head up the hill to 902 Mall Drive, where Texas Roadhouse is located, to sit down and rest your tired feet. Their new location, which opened in Duluth January 2010, has been a great success.
Known for their award winning Fall-Off-the-Bone-Ribs and hand cut steaks, Texas Roadhouse knows how to create lively food that can attract anyone. In addition, their Texas Red Chili, fresh baked bread, 12 made-from-scratch sides and dockside favorites live up to their “legendary food” status. The one item that can’t be missed is their fresh hot rolls baked daily, served with their signature, homemade honey-cinnamon butter. The excitement in your mouth is comparable to finishing a marathon. With more than 390 locations in 47 states, it’s no wonder that Texas Roadhouse has gained such popularity.
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Even though they already have a large participation planned for the weekend of Grandma’s Marathon, Texas Roadhouse is also a major sponsor for the Young Athletes Foundation.
The Young Athletes Foundation’s mission is to assist with the promotion, development and growth of youth athletics throughout the five-county region in northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin. They host many events for children including Wednesday Night at the Races, which is open to kids 14 and under. For six consecutive Wednesdays in the summer, beginning July 24, kids are able to race each other at different locations throughout the Twin Ports area.
Texas Roadhouse is also a sponsor for the Fitger’s 5K, Park Point 5-Miler, Fit-N-Fun races, as well the Young Athletes Foundation Live and Silent Auction. They look forward to providing their “legendary service” at all of these events. With such a supporting role in Grandma’s Marathon it’s no surprise they take pride in providing every guest with the same amount of care.
In addition to the Grandma’s Marathon events Texas Roadhouse offers tours for elementary school students, Boy and Girl Scouts and other youth groups. They also, “partner with local schools through fundraisers, community events and incentive contests,” according to their website, to help assist the community they now love.
With all the excitement of race day you’re going to need to fuel yourself to last through all the activity. Make sure you stop by the Big Top Tent and try Texas Roadhouse’s legendary food. You won’t be disappointed.
For more information on Texas Roadhouse you can visit their website at www.texasroadhouse.com or call the store at 218-624-7427.