Had lunch here today with my daughter, Monday, February 18, 2013. We both ordered the Bruschetta Chicken Sandwich, altho my daughter chose their meatless version (vegie patty) instead of chicken. Firstly, I think it's great when a restaurant caters to customers who are vegetarians. Eating out can be somewhat difficult trying to find a menu item that is without meat but still nutritious.
Our sandwiches were very good, mine was a nice broiled piece of chicken on a chiabatta bun with a tasty pesto sauce, lettuce and diced tomatoes. As my side I chose their coleslaw that was only "ok". My daughter chose their french fries, which they give you seconds of and they are always a standout on flavor. You can ask for their campfire sauce for dipping which is a bonus.
Our waitress Jordan or "Jordi" as her nametag stated, was gregarious, very perky and attentive. Our drink glasses were barely empty before she'd come and offer us more. I just love that!
My only slight criticism of Red Robin is the loud music they play overhead. This isn't a restaurant you'd want to bring a friend to and have that intimate conversation. It's just too noisy. It's also a tad expensive to eat here as well. Sandwiches are in the $10.99+ range and drinks start at $2.49 and up. Our entire meal came to $24.47, which isn't cheap.
Overall, Red Robin is reliably delicious and if noise doesn't bother you - a good choice.
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