Seattle >Food & Dining > Red Robin
1101 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810147.604810 -122.339934
11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun.-Thu., 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Fri.-Sat.
– April 15, 2011 at 15:29:49 PDT
Im sorry but i thought it was all supposed to be good? how is there a right or wrong thing to order? I agree with most all on here it cost to much for what you get there not actually breaking the bank with giving us free fries trust me its not worth the ten to fifteen bucks your paying for one lousy burger!! it is a over rated farrell's but even farrell's was better than this place. i would rather stand in line at Dick's and get more for less that taste better.
Great Place to eat – On Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at 5:58 p.m., My wife and I walked over to the RED ROBIN GOURMET BURGERS on 1101 ALASKAN WAY SEATTLE,WA. 98101. The food was great, service good and the prices was right. Thanks Emily, Table 93/1
Favorite Red Robin Location – This Red Robin is located on the seattle waterfront so it gets a lot of tourist traffic, but I enjoy going here all the same. In the summer its nice to sit on the patio and watch the ships go by, but even if its cold outside and inside window seat will do. The food is comparable to all other Red Robins, but the location makes it superior. I do love the burger options and the garlic fries. Something about unlimited fries gets me excited and they are always super accomodating and will make anything anyway you suggest. Everyone is friendly and service is great, I rarely have time to finish a soda without getting another one. Food can be messy. Kids love this place.
Colorful, chaotic restaurant promises loaded burgers and endless fries for kids and a fully stocked bar for their parents. – In Short
With a bright red color scheme, enormous booths and TVs galore (even in the bathrooms), this loud, lively spot aims to make families feel right at home. The creative menu offers 22 different burgers--from teriyaki-marinated Bansai with grilled pineapple to the 5 Alarm with pepper jack cheese, jalapenos, salsa and chipotle mayo. Soups, salads, and entrees of fajitas, fish and chips and Cajun-spiced shrimp round out the casual American menu.
Way to completely mess it up! – Went with a group of 7 people, each ordered, each but me received their food after a hefty wait. The waiter looked at me confused, disappeared back into the kitchen to find that my food had been given to someone else. To exacerbate the insult they had to put me "at the end of the full queue" meaning everyone that had ordered after me had to get their food before me. Then, to finish off my poor experience at this establishment the waiter brought me a burger -- after I had told him to forget about it -- when I looked at the food it was not even close to what I ordered.
Maybe a new waiter, but an exteremely bad first impression of this establishment. Thanks for nothing.
Robin you blind – 10 bucks for a tough burger.. come on no matter what you put on it if the bun sucks and its 10 bucks for lunch or dinner, you cant call yourself a burger joint. Unlimited soggy frys.. great just what we need.. Unfortunately this and MCDonalds are the only burger places near the Ferry terminal so grab some Thai, or better yet the Best Teriyaki is across the street at Okinawa..
$10 hamburgers? I think not... – Red Robin's food is not bad, but it's nothing special - esp. at their price (almost all the burgers are about $10). Any diner in NY serves way better burgers than Red Robin. They give unlimited fries, but they are too thick & soggy (I prefer thin and crispy).
Food - yes! Service - uh... – The food was great, and you can't beat the Sound for ambience. However, the service was questionable (there seemed to be some confusion about who was supposed to be covering which tables), and getting refills on drinks was like pulling teeth (only without the blood and gauze). Not a "in-a-rush-to-catch-the-boat" kinda place.
4th oh my God – They should be in 1st forget dicks drive in. I love thier chicken strips and steak fries they are really good. They are very clean which i like.
NO WAY! Read this if you like fries... – When I was about 14, my parents took me to "13 Coins" near Sea-Tac airport (before we left for Hawaii). Not only did I get these HUGE steak fries, but they built them INTO A HOUSE...like Lincoln Logs! It was a structural and culinary masterpiece. Bunk to Red Robin, although bottomless steak fries is great, you can't go wrong when you get a house built for you out of those delectable Northwest spuds. Disagree? Send me an e-mail at email@example.com!
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