Red Rooster Market & Deli

★★★☆☆
  • 1258 Highway 126

    Bristol, TN 37620

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  • 423-764-0716

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My husband and I have been to the Red Rooster for lunch about 5 times. We love the chicken salad and apple salad. The desserts are out of this world. I agree that it is not the place for children. It is set up like a Tea Room. We have

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My husband and I have been to the Red Rooster for lunch about 5 times. We love the chicken salad and apple salad. The desserts are out of this world. I agree that it is not the place for children. It is set up like a Tea Room. We have

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Several friends and I had lunch today at the Red Rooster, great food, great service and very friendly workers. The lady (Linda) that perpares the food is one of the owners and always pleasant to talk with. Her husband and son are the staff and lots of fun to cut-up with. Love having them in the community, wish they were open longer hours, but understand they get tired too.

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Several friends and I had lunch today at the Red Rooster, great food, great service and very friendly workers. The lady (Linda) that perpares the food is one of the owners and always pleasant to talk with. Her husband and son are the staff and lots of fun to cut-up with. Love having them in the community, wish they were open longer hours, but understand they get tired too.

Pros: Best of everything

Cons: Sometimes is very crowded

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I went in there with my son and the lady preparing the food was very friendly but the owners were not. I certainly did not feel very welcomed and will not return.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went in there with my son and the lady preparing the food was very friendly but the owners were not. I certainly did not feel very welcomed and will not return.

Pros: good chicken salad

Cons: bad attitudes for running a business

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I am writing in regard to the Feb. 3 article about the Red Rooster in Bristol Tennessee. This restaurant may seem very family friendly, but it is not that at all. My 18-month-old son and I met my sister-in-law there one day for lunch a few months back. My sister-in-law loved the restaurant and what it had to offer. I had eaten there once and it was good.

But I knew that there was not too much on the menu to offer my son, so I stopped at McDonald?s and got him a Happy Meal, not ever thinking that this would cause a problem. When we entered the restaurant, a young gentleman was working the register and he told me that I could not bring in outside food. I proceeded to explain that it was my son?s food and he told me that it was still not allowed. I was so in shock that I did not argue and turned around and left.

The Red Rooster lost a $25 sale over a $2.95 Happy Meal. If Mrs. [Linda] Metcalfe [the restaurant?s co-owner] used to be a stay-at-home mother, you would have thought that she would understand a picky eater who doesn?t like to try new and different things. I am also a stay-at-home-mother of two. My family owns a local food chain and would never tell a paying customer to leave over a Happy Meal for an 18-month-old baby.

This restaurant can have any policy that they want but I will no longer patronize this establishment, nor will my family and friends. So parents should be warned: if you have a picky eater don?t eat at this Tri-Cities restaurant.

Tracy Feathers
Bristol, Tenn.

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I am writing in regard to the Feb. 3 article about the Red Rooster in Bristol Tennessee. This restaurant may seem very family friendly, but it is not that at all. My 18-month-old son and I met my sister-in-law there one day for lunch a few months back. My sister-in-law loved the restaurant and what it had to offer. I had eaten there once and it was good.

But I knew that there was not too much on the menu to offer my son, so I stopped at McDonald?s and got him a Happy Meal, not ever thinking that this would cause a problem. When we entered the restaurant, a young gentleman was working the register and he told me that I could not bring in outside food. I proceeded to explain that it was my son?s food and he told me that it was still not allowed. I was so in shock that I did not argue and turned around and left.

The Red Rooster lost a $25 sale over a $2.95 Happy Meal. If Mrs. [Linda] Metcalfe [the restaurant?s co-owner] used to be a stay-at-home mother, you would have thought that she would understand a picky eater who doesn?t like to try new and different things. I am also a stay-at-home-mother of two. My family owns a local food chain and would never tell a paying customer to leave over a Happy Meal for an 18-month-old baby.

This restaurant can have any policy that they want but I will no longer patronize this establishment, nor will my family and friends. So parents should be warned: if you have a picky eater don?t eat at this Tri-Cities restaurant.

Tracy Feathers
Bristol, Tenn.

 

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