First time at a Red Robin, this is the only one I’ve seen in Pinellas County. It’s a combination of gourmet burger joint and sports bar. Since it’s one of the fast-casual chains in trouble it was interesting to visit.
Opted for one of their four $6.99 burger specials, the sriracha burger and unlimited fries, which arrived in about five minutes. Huge tasty burger was quite filling, and with the fries I got it was plenty for me. No more fries, thanks.
All of several TV screens on ESPN, rock music was a bit loud. Two lady servers as I came in, one asks if table or booth, a booth please. Another takes my order, then twice came by asking if all was well. My glass was not re-filled, my only service complaint. They have a few other items besides burgers.
Excellent service here as I enjoyed breakfast this morning. Was welcomed as I walked in and told to sit anywhere, She follows me to my table with menu and asks what to drink. Just water, thank you. Another gracious lady asks if I needed a minute? I’ll have a ham omelet – home fries or grits?, wheat, white or rye?. Home fries and rye toast is my usual.
My order appeared in less than five minutes, can’t beat that. Large interior in what seems to be a former Denny’s or another chain. Hanging flower baskets a neat touch. Few diners on this mid-week morning as I quietly enjoyed my breakfast.
Glad I finally stopped here after passing by many times, will be back.
Gassed up here this morning for the first time. New offering along the 34th Street corridor in what was the Tampa Bay Times parking lot.
Lowest gas price in town. Simple yet elegant storefront, and plenty of food options inside. Cleanest rest room in town probably. Had never seen this oil company before, but it all looks A-OK. The St Petersburg construction boom continues