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Best Drinks At Texas Roadhouse

8 Best Drinks At Texas Roadhouse Ranked (Updated)

Last Updated on February 16, 2024 by Shari Mason

Guests of Texas Roadhouse enjoy the meticulously grilled, tender, and flavorful steaks, in addition to their impressive array of alcoholic drinks that the restaurant offers.

The appearance of these cocktails will blow your taste senses away and leave you wanting more. 

The following is a list of some of the best drinks at Texas Roadhouse. These drinks are perfect for when you want something sweet and refreshing to drink throughout the summer.

8 Best Drinks To Try at Texas Roadhouse 

1. Kenny’s Cooler

Kenny Coolers Cocktail Drink

You can lift a gloomy mood by using peach schnapps and blue curacao, Kenny’s Cooler, named after country music legend Kenny Chesney. 

This wonderful concoction’s coconut rum will give you the impression that you’re relaxing in a hammock hung between palm trees on an island. That’s exactly how we felt!

Read: How Does The Texas Roadhouse Waitlist Work?

2. Texas Peach Fuzz

We think the flavor of this Texas Roadhouse peach fuzz cocktail is precisely what you would expect it to be: a tart summer peach with a kick.

This beverage also contains Peychaud’s Bitters, Amaro di Angostura, Cynar liqueur, lemon juice, and peach syrup. 

Add some flair by garnishing this peach fuzz drink with mint and fresh peach slices.

3. Original Frozen Margarita

Tequila, coconut rum, and peach schnapps are expertly combined in this Texas Roadhouse Margarita, which is then mixed with ice and served cold with a salted rim. 

We find this a delectable concoction of tequila, coconut rum, and peach schnapps shaken with ice. 

A half-ounce each of tequila, peach schnapps, and coconut rum is poured on top of the beverage.

4. Slow-Brewed Iced Tea

Man Holding Glass of Iced Tea

We consider this slow-brewed iced tea at Texas Roadhouse to be one of the best options for non-alcoholic drinks.

Cold-brewed iced tea is the finest and the most straightforward technique to brew iced tea, but it takes several hours.

Fun Fact: Cold-brewed tea is gentler and less astringent than hot-brewed tea. Making tea in the fridge prevents bacterial growth. [1] 

5. Roadhouse Roadie

Crafted with blue agave from Jalisco, Mexico, and 19% Persian lime juice, this legendary Margarita is what millions of people across the world think of when they think of a margarita. 

This Roadhouse Roadie margarita is given an Italian touch by the addition of citrus, vanilla, and spicy flavor from Tuaca, creating a more nuanced flavor profile, which was something we really liked.

They also have other varieties like Sangria Red/Margarita, made of red wine frozen or on the rocks.

6. Hurricane Margarita

For this fantastic summertime treat, Texas Roadhouse blends two well-known cocktails (a hurricane and a margarita).

A shot of tequila, a shot of Captain Morgan Spiced rum, and pleasant orange and pineapple juice make up this cocktail. This makes it pleasingly sweet but with a slight kick for our taste.

A shaker and a sizable margarita cup are all that is required to make this beverage.

7. Iggy’s Tea Vodka

Another well-liked beverage is known as Iggy’s Tea Vodka, which is a sweet tea vodka cocktail that is topped with iced tea, sweet-and-sour mix, and peach.

This vodka mix was so good you barely taste the alcohol and forget you’re even drinking booze. You can also choose between raspberry and peach. 

8. Jamaican Cowboy Margarita

Liquor Bottles and a Glass of Jamaican Cowboy Margarita

Enjoy this Jamaican cowboy cocktail while lying on the beach under an umbrella.

Even though a number of people have tried, no one has yet found a way to drink for a living.

– Jean Kerr, Irish American Author

Thanks to the coconut rum and pineapple juice, this drink has a stunning sunny yellow color and tastes just as tropical as it looks. 

The Jamaican cowboy also includes tequila, peach schnapps, and Triple Sec.

FAQs

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Yes, Texas Roadhouse serves specialty drinks based on request. The steakhouse stocks top brands of drinks and can cater to mix-ups based on the customer’s preferences.

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The most popular drink at Texas Roadhouse is Margarita. It is also known as Texas’ unofficial drink.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eIt is an excellent mix of tequila, peach schnapps, and coconut rum blended with ice and served cold with a salted rim.

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The gluten-free drink at Texas Roadhouse is Hurricane Margarita, and other drinks are made of distilled spirits like tequila, rum, and brandy. u003ca href=u0022https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/what-alcohol-is-gluten-free#brandsu0022u003e[u003c/au003eu003ca href=u0022https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/what-alcohol-is-gluten-free#brandsu0022 target=u0022_blanku0022 rel=u0022noreferrer noopeneru0022u003e2u003c/au003eu003ca href=u0022https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/what-alcohol-is-gluten-free#brandsu0022u003e]u003c/au003e u003cbru003eu003cbru003eThose drinks mentioned above are naturally gluten-free. Slow-brewed iced tea is also gluten-free because it is made of a tree plant not related to wheat, barley, or rye.

In Conclusion

Generally, the best drink at Texas Roadhouse is Kenny’s Cooler (in our opinion). We like how the taste of the coconut rum complements the overall flavor of the drink. We also find the Margaritas satisfying.

However, if you prefer other drinks, they also have gluten-free drinks like slow-brewed iced tea. This ice tea was cold brewed for hours to get a milder taste than regular iced tea.

Texas Roadhouse offers a variety of drinks that you can choose from. They also accept requests to mix drinks based on customers’ requests.

References:

  1. https://ask.usda.gov/s/article/Can-bacteria-grow-in-the-refrigerator 
  2. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/what-alcohol-is-gluten-free#brands 
Shari Mason

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