Texas Roadhouse

Working at Texas Roadhouse: Company Overview and Reviews

Texas Roadhouse
Texas Roadhouse
3.9
6426 reviews
Texas Roadhouse Ratings
3.9
Average rating of 6426 reviews on Indeed
3.7Work-Life Balance
3.0Pay & Benefits
3.3Job Security & Advancement
3.5Management
3.8Culture
Headquarter
Louisville Kentucky
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Industry
Restaurants, Travel and Leisure

Popular jobs at Texas Roadhouse

 Average SalarySalary Range
Server
28 Salaries reported
$15.17
per hour
$7.25-$33.30
Line Cook
36 Salaries reported
$12.79
per hour
$7.25-$19.80
Host/Hostess
78 Salaries reported
$9.41
per hour
$7.25-$16.40
Dishwasher
44 Salaries reported
$10.25
per hour
$7.25-$15.40
Food Runner
28 Salaries reported
$9.19
per hour
$7.25-$15.05
Salary Satisfaction
61%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 6199 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Texas Roadhouse

2.0
Host/Server | Lutherville-Timonium, MD | Sep 29, 2018
Not a great place to go but if you really need a job...
Not a great place to go but if you really need a job they will probably hire you good for a summer or so but if plan on staying long term find a job where you have as little interaction with the management as possible.
5.0
Bartender | Boise, ID | Nov 5, 2019
Best place to work!!
Worked for this company for 7 years and moved up many times. It’s like a family whether you’re a server, cook, manager host, etc. Very fun work environment and made great money. Also, learned a lot in different positions to improve my work ethic and make it more broad.
5.0
Busser | York, PA | Jul 21, 2019
Great place to work
Loved working here, managers were amazing and understanding, great employees, opportunities to work your way up. Fast paced and well put together. There was a small understaffing problem but overall great job.
3.0
Food Runner | West Monroe, LA | Dec 7, 2019
Mostly Boring, sometimes agitating
A typical day for me anyways is boring. Most of the people I work are pretty cool but I do notice a trend that a lot of them want to quit. Some of the managers are really bad about lateral communication and that gets supper frustrating.
5.0
Bartender | Tupelo, MS | Feb 28, 2019
Great company to work for!
Very flexible with hours, super friendly staff, great management team! Fun atmosphere, awesome food, great prices.. Ice cold beer, legendary margaritas, hand cut steaks, made from scratch sides, fresh baked bread, fall off the bone ribs, house made dressings!
ProsFun
ConsOnly open at night
4.0
Food Runner | Danbury, CT | Feb 12, 2019
Great
I worked for texas roadhouse fopr a year and half and i loved it the only thing is with the expirence i had i believed i was due for a raise but was not given one... i crossed trained in 6 different stations , fry salad , hot prep, cold prep, bake , expo and was only making 12$ an hour
4.0
Server | Terre Haute, IN | Aug 9, 2018
Good place to work
Depending on your team, it is a great place to work and make good money. Terre Haute is a great example of a store run correctly for employees, customers and investors.
ProsGreat food
ConsLife based on tips
4.0
Food Runner | Pasadena, TX | Jan 28, 2019
Good place to start
Obviously not everyone will be wanting to make bussing a long time career, but for someone who is in high school and is wanting to make some money, this is the perfect start to do so.
3.0
Customer Service Representative | Killeen, TX | Jan 9, 2020
Management bias
They ask for your availability then ignore it and put someone who can’t come in were you said you could then call last minute for you to pick up the shift then one manger always got on people who were working hard while her favorites sat on the floor hiding from customers
5.0
Bartender | State College, PA | Dec 18, 2019
Texas Roadhouse
working at Texas roadhouse is very energetic fast paced. Management has helped excel me from a server to an hourly manager. The key hourly position has taught me how to manage and delegate things to have a shift transmitter. Working for the roadhouse has taught me a lot.

Questions And Answers about Texas Roadhouse

If you were to leave Texas Roadhouse, what would be the reason?
Asked Mar 19, 2017
Bad management. They do not care about their workers happiness or care if they even enjoy the job. Worker will do something good and they said their supposed to bcuz it’s there job. Worker does something bad they are scolded. Management is the reason I left. I loved my Coworkers.
Answered Mar 9, 2020
The management is honestly terrible they don't do anything as there job as a manager but be on phones as well as playing favorites for the suck ups as servers us bussers and host get treated very poorly terrible hours terrible income at a rate of $4.45/hr (bussers) I see all these rewards and honestly think how? They servers snipe hours by sitting on there phones for closing shifts instead of working to get the hours in then don't pre bus there table and leave a full table of dishes and tell the busser to do it for them by begging it's honestly terrible then all the staff are very poor in leadership and lack of communication and responsibility as a real Manager (TXRH alliance OH) don't recommend it is a easy way to get manipulated and used for no money I just worked 3 days as 16.3 hours and got 95 in pay check they servers keep the money more then putting them in the system personally saw server put a tipped cash in purse right away very terrible for us host and bussers for hour "tip share" and very over hiring easiest hire don't even really interview you.
Answered Sep 23, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Texas Roadhouse a better place to work?
Asked Feb 5, 2018
I would change the management team!!
Answered Mar 20, 2020
I would implement routines to establish discipline and organization on the daily basis.
Answered Mar 6, 2020
How long does it take for them to call you after you've done the online application for the location you want?
Asked Feb 28, 2017
I applied on their website and they called me back two days later.
Answered Jan 22, 2020
If they don't call you that day, call the store you applied for the next day! "Hi, my name is ____, I put in an application yesterday and was wondering if I could speak with a manager." Nothing is better than an ambitious employee!!!!! We love new employees who are ready to join the team!
Answered Nov 14, 2019
Do they drug test?
Asked Aug 24, 2016
Lol, no. The turn over rate is too high and so are the kitchen guys. Just kidding. They don't drug test unless you get hurt on the job and need workers comp. That's kinda the standard at all corporate restaurant chains.
Answered Nov 14, 2019
No I didn't have to take a drug test.
Answered Jun 19, 2019
What is the interview process like at Texas Roadhouse?
Asked Apr 26, 2018
You have to study and pass a menu test before they will hire you
Answered Mar 29, 2020
I got seated at a booth and asked if I wanted any water. Manager came out asking me why I wanted to work at Texas Roadhouse, what my favorite part of serving was, what my least favorite part was, my availability, etc. They then ran through dress code, what the training process is like and asked if I had any questions. They then have you come in for a second interview. The second interview, they asked me what I would do if conflict with another server occurred, why I chose Texas Roadhouse again, my availability again, and if they like your answers, they will hire you. If hired, they give you a welcome sheet and ask that you get your alcohol serving license and what to bring to orientation. Pretty simple.
Answered Jan 22, 2020