People enjoy Texas Roadhouse for its juicy grilled steaks, but customers also rave about the restaurant’s selection of boozy drinks, too. These cocktails dazzle in their presentation and impress your tastebuds.
Here is a selection of some of the best Texas Roadhouse cocktails, perfect as a sweet and refreshing summertime beverage or the highlight of your next dinner party menu.
Armadillo punch is one of the most popular drinks Texas Roadhouse serves.
This sweet and fruity cocktail packs a bit of a tart twang, including orange, cranberry, and pineapple juice. To booze up this punch, add coconut rum into a shaker with the juices before serving with an orange slice garnish.
Kenny’s Cooler is Texas Roadhouse’s signature blue drink, which veers on the sugary sweet side. This drink contains a fruity alcohol concoction of coconut rum, peach Schnapps, and blue curacao liqueur. Minute Maid lemonade adds a refreshing tart citrus flavor which pairs perfectly with the other flavors.
Pretend you are lying under an umbrella at the beach with this Jamaican cowboy cocktail.
This drink features a lovely sunny yellow color and tastes just as tropical as it appears, thanks to coconut rum and pineapple juice. The Jamaican cowboy also includes Triple Sec, tequila, and peach Schnapps.
Peach lovers rejoice! This Texas Roadhouse peach fuzz cocktail tastes exactly like you imagine — a refreshing summer peach with a kick.
Aside from lemon juice and peach syrup, this drink includes Cynar liqueur, Amaro di Angostura, and a dash of Peychaud’s Bitters. Get fancy and top this peach fuzz cocktail with fresh peach slices and mint.
Searching for a delicious blended cocktail? Look no further than Texas Roadhouse’s strawberry margarita.
This drink mimics the classic margarita recipe, including triple sec and tequila shots. Instead of relying on a flavored mix, this drink uses frozen strawberries for a fresh and fruity taste. Serve in a glass dusted with sea salt.
Texas Roadhouse cocktails are a dream for fun and fruity beverage enjoyers. And with these easy to follow recipes, you can sip on them outside of the restaurant. So even if you’re new to making cocktails at home, don’t hesitate to try out any of the listed recipes.
We’d also love to hear from you in the comments below which cocktails you’ve liked the most.
I have always had a deep interest in the restaurant and bar industry. My restaurant experience began in 1997 at the age of 14 as a bus boy. By the time I turned 17 I was serving tables, and by 19 I was bartending/bar managing 6-7 nights a week.
In 2012, after a decade and a half of learning all facets of the industry, I opened my first restaurant/bar. In 2015, a second location followed, the latter being featured on The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.