Sunday, May 27, 2012

Red Robin


If you guessed that my pictures yesterday were air vents, then you guessed right! They are at Red Robin, where everything is made to look like fun! Even their Statue Of Liberty: it always holds a burger instead of a torch. This weekend we went to Red Robin, it is one of our favorite places to eat. So here are a few pictures from the past and also recently that I have taken inside. You can't get much more American than this place. Notice my header is the American flag made from baseballs! A very cool thing to look at while we have a lovely banquet. Have you ever been to Red Robin? On my next post I will show you something just as American and sad as this is happy.


"Are your ears awake? Listen. Listen to the Wind Words, the Spirit blowing through the churches. I'm about to call each conqueror to dinner. I'm spreading a banquet of Tree-of-Life fruit, a supper plucked from God's orchard."
Rev. 2:7

I will be taking a day off the computer on Memorial Day, hope you have a lovely and meaningful holiday.

32 comments:

laurie said...

oh my gosh what a great place, thanks for sharing!

Annie said...

I love the food at Red Robin. My fab is the salmon burger. But oh how I wish the place were quieter. Don refuses to go there.

EM Illustrator said...

What a great place and I love the name! sometimes it's hard to be still and just listen to the whispering of the wind. I am practising every day :) Have a lovely Day!

Eva

SquirrelQueen said...

I haven't been to a Red Robin in over a year. They are very colorful places with delicious food.

I love your last photo of Anne Marie! That is so cute. She looks like she is having a blast.

Lynn said...

Never seen a Red Robin. Odd, because we have traveled around in different parts of the country and I wonder why we never found one. Such a delightful happy place. Anne Marie is also such a delightfully happy little girl, always. You are so blessed. I have two questions: what is the stack in front of Phil? Cookies, doughnuts or something fried? What kind of pie is that? Was thinking a version of Mississippi Mud, perhaps? Thank you for sharing your fun day. Yes, I like the header with baseball flag. Blessings.

Sandra said...

i am blinded by the dessert pic, so having a hard time typing. LOL. love the baseball flag. i ate in a Red Robin in Augusta Ga in 2008, but it was not cool like yours is. no tigers or statues. just a plain simple burger place. love the tiger and the jumping girl.

barbara l. hale said...

We do go to Red Robin occasionally. I like that they give the choice of turkey and veggie burger if you want. Nice baseball American flag header. And boy, would I love a tower of onion rings for breakfast...lol.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I haven't been to Red Robin in ages. I love their food, it's just not in our budget to eat out much!

LC said...

Your Red Robin photos add up to a very big "Wow!" Plus curiosity as to the identity of some edibles your photos capture.

Red Robin looks like a place I needed to discover before being subject to dietary restrictions. We don't have one here.

Ma said...

Looks yummy:)

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Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Wow, I love the flag header! I have never heard of a Red Robin...but it looks yummy

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This does look like a fun place to eat.

Karin said...

The food at our Red Robin is delicious - they just serve such huge portions - can't do that any more! Love that stack of onion rings - enough for a table of 8! I suppose one can always get a take home baggie, lol! Great photos of the atmosphere there Ginny! Ours used to have a miniature train running through the establishment about 2 feet from the ceiling! Cute!

Rhonda said...

Looks like fun and I would have never guessed air vents.... :<~>
May your Memorial Day be filled with precious memories

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I've never been to a Red Robin but my friend Judy goes there alot and loves their burgers.

Happy Memorial Day. Let's never forget those men and women who gave their lives for us and for our freedom.

Hugs,
Betsy

SweetMarie said...

I just love the baseball flag! What a bright and cheery place to eat! Anne Marie is too cute in that pic! Happy Memorial Day!

Jeanne said...

I've never been to a Red Robin but it sounds wonderful! Thanks for the tour and have a great day!

Linda said...

What a lovely post, Ginny! I am in Montreal, Canada, as you know...so I have never been to Red Robin, as there are not any here in my area. However, we have many U.S. restaurants that are here such as McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King...your post is great, I love the photos, too. Happy Memorial Day, my friend.

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi Ginny, Yes, we do have a Red-Robin restaurant in TN near Nashville that I have been to. I think it is a fun place. Good food, too. Nice pictures. Looks happy! Have a wonderful holiday today. Our Grand Old Flag is flying today at the little farm.

Filip and Kristel said...

I like these thematic burger restaurants. I was once in a restaurant of Wayne Gretzky, an icehockey player. It was fun.

Greetings,
Filip

Glenda said...

Love, love your unique header - and your happy pics of Red Robin! I've been only once to this restaurant and really enjoyed it!

George said...

We've never been to a Red Robin -- there aren't any that I know of in our area. But I've always heard good things about them, so we'll have to be on the lookout for one the next time we travel. Anne Marie looks as if she was having lots of fun there.

LV said...

Anything named Red Robin would have to be good. I love the birds and good eating places. My great grandson has no fears. I wish he did at times.

Ann said...

We don't have an Red Robins around here but it does look like a very fun place. Love that baseball flag in your header, very cool

Remington said...

Love the pics! They are awesome....esp the last one!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I want that dessert!! LOL! Red Robin looks like a great place! blessings ~ tanna

Ruth Kelly said...

You are making me hungry. That desert had me salivating and was it an onion ring tree?

Bobbi said...

Hi Ginny.. I've never been to Red Robin.. but I love these pictures. I hope you had a great Memorial Day.

BlueShell said...

...and I had fun! Thank YOU!
BShell

S. Etole said...

I've never heard of Red Robin but it looks like a great place to eat.

Chatty Crone said...

I have never eaten at one - but we do have one about an hour away - are they really good? sandie