Red Rocks Cafe

★★★★☆
  • 8712 Lindholm Dr A

    Huntersville, NC 28078

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  • 704-892-9999

About Red Rocks Cafe

Hours
Sun 10:30am-11pm, Mon-Tue 11am-11:30pm, Wed-Sat 11am-12am

Food

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Just got home and Sorry but those girls at the front hostess stand have got to go-Do I really need 5 of them giving me the stink eye?Dinner with my mother and daughter- Empty restaurant-asked at 3:30 if lunch was still going or was it

3
★★★★★

Just got home and Sorry but those girls at the front hostess stand have got to go-Do I really need 5 of them giving me the stink eye?Dinner with my mother and daughter- Empty restaurant-asked at 3:30 if lunch was still going or was it

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1st time, with 3 friends, it was a pleasant experience, despite the 5-7 young hostesses that 'check' you when you walk in and then they ignore like we were no't standing there. After standing there for a few seconds, we asked for a table and a hostess rolls her eyes to ask if we had a reservation. For Red Rocks??? It was after 9 and the place was not even that busy. It was a girls night out and we enjoyed our night despite the lack of service. The 2nd time, which was tonight, wasn't any better and managed to have a worst experience. It was a couple date. We walked in, dressed decent for a date and there was once again 5-8 hostesses standing around the front station, with the same pleasantries, once over 'check' and ignore routine. I was on a date so I ignored it but my date did make a comment about the attitude from the airheads. Did they really have a purpose? How many hostesses does it take to seat a 75-120 capacity restaurant? Beats me. What made it even worst? We asked for a table for 2. Without acknowledgment from anyone, a young girl from no where asks us to follow her. We were escorted to the front room, away from the bar and away from the main dining room. There were 4 or 5 booths. I immediately notice there were 2 other black couple, a group of young black guys and a mixed couple seated in the area. I did not think anything of it until I went to the bathroom. ALL of the minorities were seated exclusively in that area. OK, I am not African American nor was my date. But we were the only other minorities in the restaurant, other than the Asian pastry area manager. WHAT IS THAT ALL ABOUT???

Bottom line, I have heard stories but have NEVER experienced this before. It has happened to me and I am ashamed and disgusted that it has happened in an area where I live, love and take pride in. It does not represent the area but it has opened my eyes to the ignorance of Birkdale as a whole. The pretentiousness has always existed but mildly. There are good people in this area. The out right racism and SEGREGATION, is INCOMPREHENSIBLE! I will NEVER recommend Red Rock to anyone or enter the place again. EVER. It did not ruin my night but I am not about to ignore it either. In this century. Really???? Red Rock, shame on you!!!!

(I do want to say, the waiter was great and when I asked him about 'minority row' he acknowledged it existed and apologized. The service was good, the food was decent BUT discrimination, in any form, is vile.)

Our tab was $120+25% tip. I feel that I can make this judgement without prejudice. How freaking ironic.

Red Rock. SUCKS! I will be forwarding this experience to everyone I know and then some.

1
★★☆☆☆

1st time, with 3 friends, it was a pleasant experience, despite the 5-7 young hostesses that 'check' you when you walk in and then they ignore like we were no't standing there. After standing there for a few seconds, we asked for a table and a hostess rolls her eyes to ask if we had a reservation. For Red Rocks??? It was after 9 and the place was not even that busy. It was a girls night out and we enjoyed our night despite the lack of service. The 2nd time, which was tonight, wasn't any better and managed to have a worst experience. It was a couple date. We walked in, dressed decent for a date and there was once again 5-8 hostesses standing around the front station, with the same pleasantries, once over 'check' and ignore routine. I was on a date so I ignored it but my date did make a comment about the attitude from the airheads. Did they really have a purpose? How many hostesses does it take to seat a 75-120 capacity restaurant? Beats me. What made it even worst? We asked for a table for 2. Without acknowledgment from anyone, a young girl from no where asks us to follow her. We were escorted to the front room, away from the bar and away from the main dining room. There were 4 or 5 booths. I immediately notice there were 2 other black couple, a group of young black guys and a mixed couple seated in the area. I did not think anything of it until I went to the bathroom. ALL of the minorities were seated exclusively in that area. OK, I am not African American nor was my date. But we were the only other minorities in the restaurant, other than the Asian pastry area manager. WHAT IS THAT ALL ABOUT???

Bottom line, I have heard stories but have NEVER experienced this before. It has happened to me and I am ashamed and disgusted that it has happened in an area where I live, love and take pride in. It does not represent the area but it has opened my eyes to the ignorance of Birkdale as a whole. The pretentiousness has always existed but mildly. There are good people in this area. The out right racism and SEGREGATION, is INCOMPREHENSIBLE! I will NEVER recommend Red Rock to anyone or enter the place again. EVER. It did not ruin my night but I am not about to ignore it either. In this century. Really???? Red Rock, shame on you!!!!

(I do want to say, the waiter was great and when I asked him about 'minority row' he acknowledged it existed and apologized. The service was good, the food was decent BUT discrimination, in any form, is vile.)

Our tab was $120+25% tip. I feel that I can make this judgement without prejudice. How freaking ironic.

Red Rock. SUCKS! I will be forwarding this experience to everyone I know and then some.

Pros: Decent over priced food

Cons: Attitude the minute you walk in and it keeps coming

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1st time, with 3 friends, it was a pleasant experience, despite the 5-7 young hostesses that 'check' you when you walk in and then they ignore like we were no't standing there. After standing there for a few seconds, we asked for a table and a hostess rolls her eyes to ask if we had a reservation. For Red Rocks??? It was after 9 and the place was not even that busy. It was a girls night out and we enjoyed our night despite the lack of service. The 2nd time, which was tonight, wasn't any better and managed to have a worst experience. It was a couple date. We walked in, dressed decent for a date and there was once again 5-8 hostesses standing around the front station, with the same pleasantries, once over 'check' and ignore routine. I was on a date so I ignored it but my date did make a comment about the attitude from the airheads. Did they really have a purpose? How many hostesses does it take to seat a 75-120 capacity restaurant? Beats me. What made it even worst? We asked for a table for 2. Without acknowledgment from anyone, a young girl from no where asks us to follow her. We were escorted to the front room, away from the bar and away from the main dining room. There were 4 or 5 booths. I immediately notice there were 2 other black couple, a group of young black guys and a mixed couple seated in the area. I did not think anything of it until I went to the bathroom. ALL of the minorities were seated exclusively in that area. OK, I am not African American nor was my date. But we were the only other minorities in the restaurant, other than the Asian pastry area manager. WHAT IS THAT ALL ABOUT???

Bottom line, I have heard stories but have NEVER experienced this before. It has happened to me and I am ashamed and disgusted that it has happened in an area where I live, love and take pride in. It does not represent the area but it has opened my eyes to the ignorance of Birkdale as a whole. The p retention has always existed nut mildly. We are good people in this area. The out right racism and SEGREGATION, is INCOMPREHENSIBLE! I will NEVER recommend Red Rock to anyone or enter the place again. EVER.

(I do want to say, the waiter was great and when I asked him about 'minority row' he acknowledged it existed and apologized. The service was good, the food was decent BUT discrimination, in any form, is vile.)

Our tab was $120+25% tip. I feel that I can make this judgement without prejudice. How freaking ironic.

Red Rock. SUCKS!

1
★★☆☆☆

1st time, with 3 friends, it was a pleasant experience, despite the 5-7 young hostesses that 'check' you when you walk in and then they ignore like we were no't standing there. After standing there for a few seconds, we asked for a table and a hostess rolls her eyes to ask if we had a reservation. For Red Rocks??? It was after 9 and the place was not even that busy. It was a girls night out and we enjoyed our night despite the lack of service. The 2nd time, which was tonight, wasn't any better and managed to have a worst experience. It was a couple date. We walked in, dressed decent for a date and there was once again 5-8 hostesses standing around the front station, with the same pleasantries, once over 'check' and ignore routine. I was on a date so I ignored it but my date did make a comment about the attitude from the airheads. Did they really have a purpose? How many hostesses does it take to seat a 75-120 capacity restaurant? Beats me. What made it even worst? We asked for a table for 2. Without acknowledgment from anyone, a young girl from no where asks us to follow her. We were escorted to the front room, away from the bar and away from the main dining room. There were 4 or 5 booths. I immediately notice there were 2 other black couple, a group of young black guys and a mixed couple seated in the area. I did not think anything of it until I went to the bathroom. ALL of the minorities were seated exclusively in that area. OK, I am not African American nor was my date. But we were the only other minorities in the restaurant, other than the Asian pastry area manager. WHAT IS THAT ALL ABOUT???

Bottom line, I have heard stories but have NEVER experienced this before. It has happened to me and I am ashamed and disgusted that it has happened in an area where I live, love and take pride in. It does not represent the area but it has opened my eyes to the ignorance of Birkdale as a whole. The p retention has always existed nut mildly. We are good people in this area. The out right racism and SEGREGATION, is INCOMPREHENSIBLE! I will NEVER recommend Red Rock to anyone or enter the place again. EVER.

(I do want to say, the waiter was great and when I asked him about 'minority row' he acknowledged it existed and apologized. The service was good, the food was decent BUT discrimination, in any form, is vile.)

Our tab was $120+25% tip. I feel that I can make this judgement without prejudice. How freaking ironic.

Red Rock. SUCKS!

Pros: Decent over priced food

Cons: Attitude the minute you walk in and it keeps coming

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My husband and I like to eat at Red Rocks when we can get a night out without children. The food is wonderful! My personal favorite is the seared tuna. They are priced as what I would consider a 'moderate to high' price range though, so definitely not something we can do often. The wait has never been to terribly long and our servers have always been attentive and ready to please. They are not a good restaurant for children, so I'd avoid taking them if possible.

4
★★★★☆

My husband and I like to eat at Red Rocks when we can get a night out without children. The food is wonderful! My personal favorite is the seared tuna. They are priced as what I would consider a 'moderate to high' price range though, so definitely not something we can do often. The wait has never been to terribly long and our servers have always been attentive and ready to please. They are not a good restaurant for children, so I'd avoid taking them if possible.

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I love how most of the dishes have a "hometown" feel by having them named after a local celebrity! That just adds to the goodness of Red Rocks! Great servers and hostesses, and awesome food!

4
★★★★☆

I love how most of the dishes have a "hometown" feel by having them named after a local celebrity! That just adds to the goodness of Red Rocks! Great servers and hostesses, and awesome food!

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We love to eat at Red Rocks. It's so nice to sit out on the patio by the fountains. I get a pasta and chicken dish (named after Ace & TJ) that's delicious! The service is always good, too.

5
★★★★★

We love to eat at Red Rocks. It's so nice to sit out on the patio by the fountains. I get a pasta and chicken dish (named after Ace & TJ) that's delicious! The service is always good, too.

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My wife and I, and family members have been to Red Rocks in Birkdale Village on several occasions this past year. We have all been very pleased with our meals. The She Crab Soup is especially good as a starter. Prior to a recent visit, I have ordered various steak dinners. However, this past weekend, I wanted to try a fish offering, and I ordered a grouper entree. Although I thought one of the 2 sauces was a bit sweet, the fish was perfect, fresh, flaky, and moist. My wife had a salad that was wonderful, containing a large portion of tender white meat chicken. The service has always been friendly and very efficient. We will certainly visit the cafe again when we are in that area.

2
★★★★☆

My wife and I, and family members have been to Red Rocks in Birkdale Village on several occasions this past year. We have all been very pleased with our meals. The She Crab Soup is especially good as a starter. Prior to a recent visit, I have ordered various steak dinners. However, this past weekend, I wanted to try a fish offering, and I ordered a grouper entree. Although I thought one of the 2 sauces was a bit sweet, the fish was perfect, fresh, flaky, and moist. My wife had a salad that was wonderful, containing a large portion of tender white meat chicken. The service has always been friendly and very efficient. We will certainly visit the cafe again when we are in that area.

Pros: Everything.

Cons: None

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Wheter you just got done shopping and want to grab a bite to eat or want dinner before a movie, Red Rocks is the place to go. It is conveniently located in Birkdale Village. They serve everthing from salads to sandwiches to full meals. They have a great appetizer--homemade potato chips covered with bleu cheese dressing. My favorite meal is a "Pittsburgh" salad that comes with steak and french fries on the salad. They also have really good cheesecake.

4
★★★★☆

Wheter you just got done shopping and want to grab a bite to eat or want dinner before a movie, Red Rocks is the place to go. It is conveniently located in Birkdale Village. They serve everthing from salads to sandwiches to full meals. They have a great appetizer--homemade potato chips covered with bleu cheese dressing. My favorite meal is a "Pittsburgh" salad that comes with steak and french fries on the salad. They also have really good cheesecake.

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