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June 26, 2012

Plans for Roadhouse moving through Rochester chutes

Here's a quick update on the Texas Roadhouse coming to Rochester:

Building plans for the new Texas Roadhouse restaurant have started wandering through official channels like a cow looking for the sweetest patch of grass in the pasture.

The plan calls for a 6,995-square-foot restaurant to be built in the parking lot of Rochester's Northwest Plaza shopping center along 55th Street Northwest. Neon-texas-roadhouse

That's the center that's anchored by Walmart North and Sam's Club. This project first rode into Rochester in February when the Rochester Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously branded the project as "OK."

Now that the plans are trotting through the city's official chutes, it is possible construction could begin before school starts again. I'll ride herd on this to see what other details I can round up.

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Kiger,

It was nice of you to use the analogy of a cow wandering through a pasture rather than being lead through the chutes of a processing plant.

I really can't wait for them to open their doors,it is a fun place to be.. for the whole family.

I cant wait either, heard the food is really good, large portians and resonable-nice to have a family place and not another noisy sports bar!

Good lord! Could you drop any more puns? LOL!

Looking forward to this restaurant...I've visited in other cities/states and really enjoyed it! Finally...something new for Rochester!

Any updates?

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