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Texas Roadhouse to donate food next week as it preps for March 1 opening
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Texas Roadhouse to donate food next week as it preps for March 1 opening

Health care workers, local non-profits will free meals as cooks practice for opening night

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Magic Electric and Plumbing, Heating and Air crew member Travis Sprenger works Feb. 1 at the future Texas Roadhouse in Twin Falls.

TWIN FALLS — Texas Roadhouse will be donating food next week as its cooks and food staff get ready for the restaurant’s March 1 opening.

Health care workers and first responders will receive the free practice meals as will Valley House and Voices Against Violence — Twin Falls shelters for the homeless and victims of sexual or domestic abuse.

Next weekend, Texas Roadhouse will hold an invitation-only pre-opening. The restaurant says it will send money made from that pre-opening to Mustard Seed, a non-profit that, among other charitable causes, serves as a food bank in Twin Falls.

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Texas Roadhouse is a national steakhouse chain founded in Indiana back in the early 1990s.

There are more than 500 Texas Roadhouses across the country.


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