Proud Texans invited to pledge their allegiance to the Lone Star State at TXLC throughout March
Among all the holidays on the calendar, it’s hard to think of one more dear to native Texans – and those who got here as fast as they could – than Texas Independence Day.
That’s why Texas Land & Cattle is going all out beginning Monday, March 2 – the 179th anniversary of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence – with a special food and drink menu that would make Stephen F. Austin, Jim Bowie and Sam Houston proud.
TXLC is celebrating the wilder side of Texas with its Wild, Wild Texas menu. This limited-time menu features exotic entrées like Texas Stuffed Quail, Bison Burger and Pecos Pecan Trout beginning March 2 and running through March 31. TXLC will also feature its Border Gimlet, an expertly crafted blend of Absolut Texas vodka, fresh lime, agave nectar, cucumber and a kick of jalapeño. Craft beer drinkers never fear. Every TXLC offers an array of local Texas craft beers, so ask your server for details.
“Our Texas heritage will always be at the core of who we are and the experiences we offer to our Guests,” said Tim Dungan, President of Texas Land & Cattle. “Texas Independence Day is one of our favorite holidays and we are going to celebrate all month long. There are layers of greatness in this state and this year we are focused on the wilder side of Texas. Come toast Texas with us and enjoy our Wild, Wild Texas limited time offerings.”
Texas Land & Cattle currently owns and operates 26 restaurants in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico and North Carolina. To find the location nearest you, visit TXLC.com.Plano, TX-based Texas Land & Cattle is a popular restaurant chain noted for its unique “Texas Craft Dining” experience. Renowned for its expertly grilled steaks and Texas-inspired menu of traditional favorites, the brand offers premium dining quality and service at casual dining prices. The company also owns and operates the Lone Star Steakhouse chain, America’s trusted brand for quality Texas-style dining delivered with a Texas-sized value.