What company? I want to join.
It's hard to eat for two there for $35, and there is no fee. You can eat at the reimbursement, but not a steak. I order something for $12.00, but my husband will always order a steak, so figure $20.00 and $6 for drinks, and we are at $38, then tax and tip. It costs money to go there.
I have shopped the Texas Road House many times. I think they need to go up on the reimbursement, barely covers the cost if at all. If your not a meat eater I would not do the shop. The report is easy.
What's wrong with this shop? I would think it would be popular but apparently not because every month I am flooded with begging emails. I have never done it, never planned to do it, mostly because I don't like eating out that much and the sight of all that rare meat on everyone's plate makes me nauseous.
I am just curious why the other shoppers in my area aren't jumping on it.
45 min. now! - new guidelines@mystery2me wrote:
Another reason is the one-hour minimum requirement. The service is fast, so I usually spend the last 10-15 minutes watching the clock. But I might still do them in the future if I ever get the urge for large portions of meat.
I think it's an hour in the dining room and 45 minutes at the bar. If I am done before 45 minutes, I nurse my ginger ale and munch on peanuts while watching the main TV.
In another discussion about the Texas Roadhouse a few months ago, someone mentioned the grilled salmon. That is my favorite dish at the moment.