Monday, May 13, 2013
No one was injured in the fire that closed the restaurant late Sunday morning.
Kirkwood's Texas Roadhouse is open for regular business hours Monday after a fire left smoke and water damage at the restaurant Sunday morning. READ: Texas Roadhouse Shuttered by Fire on Mother's Day; May Open Monday No one was injured in Sunday's fire, which was extinguished even before business hours, according to reports from Patch news partner FOX2 News. Potential customers were given vouchers for free appetizers after the restaurant had to keep its doors closed Mother's Day, a planned busy business day. Monday's hours at Texas Roadhouse are 4 to 10 p.m.
Sunday, May 12, 2013
The fire started before the restaurant opened for an expected busy day for business.
Firefighters from Kirkwood, Glendale and other nearby departments quickly extinguished a late-morning fire at the Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse, according to reports from Patch news partner FOX2 News. No one was injured in the electrical fire, which resulted in some smoke and water damage. A spokeswoman for the restaurant said the eatery may be reopened on Monday or Tuesday at the latest, according to the KTVI report. Restaurant workers greeted patrons after the fire to hand out coupons for free appetizers and direct them to other nearby locations.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
The fifth annual Cops and Cowboys Fundraiser was held Wednesday at Texas Roadhouse.
A typical Wednesday night at the Kirkwood Texas Roadhouse is busy, but by 6 p.m., patrons had to wait in the lobby and outside for their Western food. The fifth annual Cops and Cowboys brought in a large crowd as St. Louis County and Kirkwood Police teamed up to raise money for the Special Olympics of Missouri. "You see the same faces come and help out each year," Det. Aaron Schafer said. "With what we're doing, it allows the athletes to compete in a variety of sports around the state." The event typically raises between $2,000 and $3,000 for the organization and Schafer said Wednesday was one of the biggest nights yet. Police officers from the South County and Affton Precincts sold t-shirts, served tables and collected donations from …
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Join St. Louis County Police at Texas Roadhouse in Kirkwood Wednesday to help raise awareness for Special Olympics.
Diners at Texas Roadhouse in Kirkwood Wednesday might be served by a St. Louis County Police Officer, rather than the average waiter. County Police and the Kirkwood Police Department are teaming up to host a Cops and Cowboys fundraiser for the Special Olympics. T-shirt sales, donations and 10 percent of all sales will go to the program, which organizes athletic competitions for people with mental disabilities. Last year, officers raised between $2,000 and $3,000. McGruff the Crime Dog and Texas Roadhouse mascot Andy the Armadillo will also make an appearance. “It’s going to be a really family-oriented event,” said Detective Aaron Schafer with county police. Cops and Cowboys will run from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. See photos from last year’s …