Monday, January 19, 2009

Red Robin Opens in Idaho Falls

The new Idaho Falls Red Robin officially opens for business on Monday, January 19th at 11 a.m. Red Robin will be sponsoring a "Burgers with a heart" fundraiser, donating 50% from every gourmet burger sold to the Idaho Falls Domestic Violence Shelter for Women and Children.

NAI Commerce One's Steven Keim brokered the transaction that brought Red Robin to its Idaho Falls location on the southeast corner of 17th Street and Hitt Road.

The restaurant was open for training from Wednesday through Saturday. Check out this short YouTube video from our lunch on Friday. The food was mouth-watering and the service was great!

About Red Robin

The Red Robin legacy began in the 1940’s with Sam’s Tavern, a small tavern perched on a Seattle hilltop near the University of Washington campus. The owner, Sam, sang in a barber shop quartet and could frequently be heard singing the song, “When the red robin goes bob’ bob’ bobbin’ along.” In fact, Sam loved the song so much that he eventually changed the name of his tavern to Sam’s Red Robin, and over the years it became known simply, as Red Robin.

Today, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc., is a publicly-traded casual dining chain headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado. They serve their Guests an imaginative selection of more than 22 Gourmet Burgers in a variety of recipes with all-you-can-eat Bottomless Steak Fries™. Their menu also includes salads, soups, appetizers, entrees, desserts, children’s fare and their signature Mad Mixology® specialty beverages.

Red Robin has an unparalleled and extraordinary approach to Guest service known as Unbridled Acts. There are thousands of stories of Red Robin Team Members who celebrate the Unbridled philosophy through random acts of kindness they bestow upon restaurant Guests and other Team Members. Each Unbridled Act, regardless of size, is a true testament to Red Robin’s amazing culture and the care they take for each and every Guest.

No comments: