A friend and I met for lunch at Red Rock Bar & Grille this week. It was the first time I had been there since the place was The Brick Oven, so awhile ago.
Our overall rating was 3.35 Stars (out of 5 stars).
Here's how that breaks down:
Family Friendly: 3 Stars Red Rock very much feels like a bar. Nothing was that bad while we were there, but the presence of numerous TVs and wall size Beer mural ads made me rate this lower
Menu: 3.5 Stars The menu had some good options but didn't leave me thinking: "I need to come back and try something else."
Taste of the Food: 4 Stars The burger I got was good. The house made chips were really good.
Appearance of the Food: 3.5 Stars It was just a burger, but at the same time nothing looked that special about it.
Atmosphere: 3 Stars Red Rock had a weird entrance. At least I think we went in the entrance. If we missed the actual entrance then that probably says something about the atmosphere as well. The biggest knock however was after we got inside we wandered through the restaurant before we knew what to do or were directed to seat ourselves.
Service: 4 Stars Once we were seated however the service was great.
Ethical/Sustainable: 2.5 Stars
Pricing: Reasonable priced. My decent sized burger was only $8.