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Texas Roadhouse plans to open this month in Apple Valley. 

The planned opening date for the new restaurant at 5545 157th Street is May 30, a company spokesperson told Bring Me The News

The Louisville, Kentucky-based steakhouse chain specializes in hand-cut steaks, ribs and fresh-baked bread. 

Texas Roadhouse began expanding into the southern Twin Cities metro last year with a new location in Shakopee.

Other restaurants are located in Coon Rapids, Woodbury, Waite Park, and Duluth. 

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