Where is Red Robin Corporate office Headquarters

Red Robin Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 6312 S Fiddlers Green Cir, Greenwood Village, CO 80111, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 303-846-6000
  • Fax Number: 303-846-6073
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1969
  • Founder: Gerry Kingen
  • Key People: Robert K. Jakoby (Director of Restaurant Systems)

Red Robin Headquarters Location & Directions

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About Red Robin, History and Headquarters Information

History

Red Robin was founded in the year 1969. The company has been operational for 49 years now. The company’s name was coined after the ‘The Red Robin’ song, which was the favourite song for the company’s owner. Then the name of the company was changed to Sam’s Red Robin. The company was then bought over by Gerry Kingen, and the name of the company was again changed to just Red Robin.

In the year 1979, the first franchisee of the company was The Snyder Group Company, and the rights to open a new store at Washington, as provided. By the year 1985, the company already had almost 175 restaurants under its name and franchises. The company was passing through a poor financial phase after the year 1985, and then in 1995, both Gerry Kingen and Michael Snyder brought back the company into the profit-making ratio. The company had become a limited public entity in the year 2002. By the year 2015, the company already had about 538 restaurants under its name. The headquarters of the company is based in 6312 South Fiddler's Green Circle, Suite 200N. The name of the place is North Greenwood Village, while the name of the state is Colorado, USA. The area pin code is 80111.

About

Red Robin is an American company that focuses on the production of various restaurant quality dishes and fast food recipes for its customers. The current CEO and president of the company are Denny Marie Post. As of the year 2018, the number of locations that the company’s restaurants have its presence is more than 573, around in the USA and Canada. The company’s overall revenue, as of the year 2014, was more than $1 billion.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence to experience casual dining at the company's restaurants, selling various kinds of dishes and fast food recipes. The company's restaurants sell entrees, appetisers, burgers, soups, salads, beverages, sweets, and even has a special menu for children.

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  • Sherrie says:

    I went to Red Robin in Milford, Ohio. My Waitress never asked me if I wanted more fries. It took over 15 minutes to get a refill. I found out why when I left. All the waitresses were sitting in a booth near the front entrance. I would have fill out the survey that was sent but it would not open up the site.

     
  • Zip says:

    I had a coupon in the mail that said 20% off of entire bill, did not exclude anything but tip and taxes. Read it over and over to make sure. Only had 2.50 taken off bill, said alcohol was not covered. Read coupon over and over, no exclusions other than tax and tip? Chandler , Arizona. The other coupon for 50% off included no alcohol, etc. What is the information?

     
  • David Jones says:

    My family had the misfortune of visiting Red Robin in Evansville Indiana. Service was slow, a simple order of Tea with no lemon was brought to the table with lemon 4 times (refills). Unlimited fries to the table, not requested and abruptly set there with no explanation. It was almost an hour before the food arrived from the time we sat down. Most of the meal was “ok” once it arrived. The straw that broke the camels back was the last glass of tea for my daughter and of course it had lemon. This particular glass had extras. It appeared to have something white and dry (hard) stuck to the inside of the glass. The thought made her sick and she had to leave the table. I told the waiter about my daughter and the tea and asked to see the manager. This was after paying at the table and asking the waiter for a receipt and telling him about the glass contents. A man walked to the table saying “Did you ask for a receipt?”. He started the conversation, not knowing who he was, I asked are you the manager. He said yes, laid the receipt down and didn’t seemed too be very concerned to listen to my complaint and acted as though he knew nothing of the problem. I also told him about my daughter getting sick, and going to the restroom. Again he seemed unconcerned. Frustrated , I showed him the glass, scraped some of the hard content on the inside with a straw and stated my guess is it looks like hardened mayonnaise. He said it sure does, scraped some more and said I’ll have to check the jets in the dishwasher. I said is that it, he said again, I’ll check the jets????. We left before my temper got the best of me along with my blood pressure starting to boil. At nearly 70 years old I’ve visited 100’s of restaurants around the world and in my opinion this particular one had very poor customer relations on the managers part, very unprofessional and slow service on the waiters part. Believe it or not I left a 20% tip my mistake. Hopefully the young lady training with the waiter got some of it, she actually deserved most of it. Total bill over $75.00, not well spent and no intention of returning to Red Robin in Evansville, Indiana or others if that’s a sample of how they operate. I also posted a less detailed but to the point comment last night with a 1 star rating but, couldn’t find it. Go figure, hopefully this doesn’t fall on deaf ears.

     
  • Ritchie Hutchinson says:

    When to Westland Mi. red robin. As I tried to use a ketchup dispenser it shot all over me. My shirt and pants were a mess.
    The manager walked by and when I told him what happened he said “sorry” and walked away. He didn’t say ” can I help” are you ok, do you need anything or anything else. Wonderful people you hire!!!!!

     
  • CAROL SPALDI says:

    My husband and I just had a nice dinner at our local Red Robin. Food was good and service very good. However when we came home and checked the receipt, there was a $1.99 entertainment charge! What was the entertainment? The music was terrible and we did not play any games on the table top computer.

     
  • Diane says:

    The burger I had at the monroeville mall pa location was the worst burger I have ever had in my life from anywhere, the bun was so stale and dried out that I could not even pick the burger up because it fell apart, and the sweet potatoe fries were cold and hard. Your restaurant also has a lot of nerve charging the prices they do for the garbage food they serve

     
  • Jan and Skip says:

    Red Robin in the district we ate there last night we had fish and chips a salad water and a died coke. The fish was greasy and so over fried that you could hold it up and the grease would pour out of it, the batter was burnt. The bar tender was so loud he had to be drunk, it was freezing, every body in the restaurant had their coats on and you had to yell if you wanted to talk to each other, they can not keep anyone employed, we asked the server to turn down the ac and asked to talk to an manager, it took for ever to have a manager come, we asked her to comp our dinner, we left without paying for our dinner the music was loud outside as will as inside, we would not recommend this location to anyone!!! We will never go back!!!!!!!

     
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