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pamelakrest

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  • Location: Dayton, Ohio
Red Robin Beavercreek Ohio Wed, 04/15/09 11:25 PM (permalink)
I have seen Red Robbins commericals for several months now but hadn't went till last night. OMG they are YUMMY !! I had the mushroom burger and came with bottomless dinner fries ( my son had 3 baskets  lol ) I never had a burger with so many mushrooms before ...wow it was awesome. My son had the 5 alarm burger and it had like hot peppers. hot salsa..etc on it... he loved it .
Pam
<message edited by pamelakrest on Thu, 04/16/09 12:51 AM>
 
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    jman

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    • Location: berea, KY
    Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Wed, 04/15/09 11:38 PM (permalink)

    I thought you were talking about Marty Robbins' brother until I read your post to find out you were actually talking about Red Robin.  The Blackened Bayou Burger is my favorite.
     
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      stricken_detective

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      • Location: the 262
      Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Thu, 04/16/09 3:00 AM (permalink)
      I'm glad you had a good experience! Every time we go there the burgers are cold.
       
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        carolina bob

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        Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Thu, 04/16/09 10:13 AM (permalink)
        Most of my experiences at Red Robin have been pretty good. I first ate at RR back in the mid '80s, when my job used to take me to Seattle frequently. Back then, Red Robin was just a small Seattle-area chain ( only a half-dozen restaurants ), and they were quite different than they are today. The "old" RR locations were very adult-oriented; heavy emphasis on the bar and no "kiddie" decor. The burgers were a lot better back then too. It wasn't until they decided to go nationwide and franchise that they began the transition into a "family fun" chain. Generally, the burgers are still good ( and the steak fries are great ), but they're not what they were "back when".
         
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          jman

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          Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Thu, 04/16/09 10:19 AM (permalink)
          nocarolina


           Generally, the burgers are still good ( and the steak fries are great ), but they're not what they were "back when".


          Is anything?


           
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            brittneal

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            • Location: fairborn, OH
            Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Thu, 04/16/09 12:10 PM (permalink)
            We walked in and checked it out once.  My wife made us leave as she refused to pay 10 bux for a burger.  I saw some of the food coming out and it looked decent.  I guess the idea of paying 25 bux for burgers for 2 might turn others off as well.
             
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              HotDogHead

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              • Location: Denver, CO
              Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Thu, 04/16/09 1:26 PM (permalink)
              I am a fan of Red Robin.  I love their crispy chicken sandwich.  Their fries are really good as well; especially with their brand of Red Robin seasoning.
               
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                kirstine

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                • Location: Bushmills, Northern Ireland
                Re:Red Robbins Beavercreek Ohio Thu, 04/16/09 1:32 PM (permalink)
                We ate here once in Massachusetts.  I took a Whiskey River BBQ Chicken Burger and it was pretty good, it's nice to get steak cut fries too for a change but as for them being endless, well I didn't even manage to finish the first batch.  They have great drinks, especially the milkshakes, we had a half and half peach and banana milkshake.
                 
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