One of Pampa's most beloved restaurants is back home where it belongs.

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The Texas Rose Steakhouse in Pampa opened its doors once again at its original location at 2841 Perryton Parkway.

Texas Rose Steakhouse has risen from the ashes

After a fire in the early morning hours of January 15, 2023, the restaurant had to close its doors. Luckily, at the time of the fire, the restaurant was closed and no employees were in the building.  However, there was just too much damage done to the building to be able to operate safely.

To continue operating and to keep their employees employed, the restaurant, the restaurant moved into the old Dyer's building, located at 11816 US-60, and continued operations with a limited menu.

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After 7 months, the renovations were finally finished, and the owners and staff moved back home to the original location. The staff get to enjoy the newly renovated building with a lot of shiny new toys to use to make some great food. Customers will get to enjoy the new décor and the new look inside.

If you haven't had a chance to eat at Texas Rose Steakhouse, it's worth the drive to Pampa to enjoy a great meal and give the staff some love.  

Shane Dyer owns the Texas Rose Steakhouse in Pampa, as well as the locations in Borger and Canyon, and Hoagies in Pampa.  He is also partnered up in other several restaurants, as well as Dyer's in Amarillo.   The Dyer Family has been in the restaurant business for over 50 years.  Recently the patriarch of the Dyer family passed away, leaving a huge legacy and a family of hardworking restaurant owners.

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