I am SO picky about my drinks and it's nearly impossible to find places where I actually like the bar menu. Who knew a brew pub could make such excellent drinks?! I highly recommend the margaritas. And I never say that! My husband goes for the beer, I'm there for the margaritas. Oh yeah and the food is delicious too.
Pros: Best Margaritas
Go easy with all the medals and best-in-state awards, Utah. It's still Utah. Save it. With the alcohol that isn't there, they try to mask their beer with over-powering flavors. This "fine establishment" also thinks that after sampling 7 of their beers of 4 ounces each, you have gone over the limit and are prohibited from purchasing their premium "Reve" beer. I'm sick of Utah bars deciding for their patrons what is responsible drinking. I thought their italian sausage grinder , a calzone-like dish, sounded outstanding. Come to find out, the meat is spongy and the skin is rubbery. It's nearly impossible to find good italian sausage west of the Mississippi, but this was a complete disappointment. The service and ambiance of the place was just fine, but I won't be back. The positive raves I'm reading about this place are shocking. I consider myself lucky to not be from this state.
Pros: Attractive ambiance, decent service
Cons: Consistently over-rated
We were expecting great things when we went to the Red Rock. The place certainly has a good atmosphere and is clearly very popular. Perhaps our expectations were too high but we were disappointed with the food, not that there was anything wrong it was just OK. I wouldn't go out of my way to go here but it is pretty steady for an ordinary (ie not a special occasion) night out
Pros: Lively, good beer
Cons: Small car park, average food
The original chef for Red Rocks must have departed long ago. Anything besides the hamburger is really asking too much from this chain. I had a stuffed mushroom cap that was a molten mass of tasteless goo covered in canned marinara sauce. To spare you the rest of the meal figure it safe to say eat at home before you go, unless you are in the mood for something REALLY simple. Have a couple of beers and watch the game and hang with friends that's the best option.
Pros: Good Beer
Cons: Food is barely north of Denny's
I go to red rock almost every weekend, the food is delicious! I usually order the scallops or the flat iron steak, and it is always delicous. I've also had their salads and pizzas, which are ok but nothing too special. It is usually very crowded on friday and saturday nights, which makes it extremely difficult to have a conversation. There tends to be lots of loud people drinking. They do have good beers, although usually i order wine and the wine list is rather limited. Service is adequate - it is pretty quick but never too friendly. They seem to focus more on efficiency than making you feel welcome. One complaint i do have is that they used to include a salad or soup with every entree, and now you have to pay an extra $2 to add that onto the meal, which is pretty obnoxious. It is definitely not romantic, and a better option if you're looking for a bar atmosphere.
Pros: great steak, scallops, salads
Cons: very noisy!
This was my first visit to Red Rock, so I wasn't sure what to expect. It wasn't the spacious, clean, upscale luncheon experience I had, though. The staff was terrific -- attentive without smothering or being chatty. The food choices were surprisingly varied. I enjoyed the tuna pita while my companions devoured lasagna and salmon. The decor hada nice contemporary feel and it was well lit without being too bright. I didn't feel like I was in a pub but more like a great restaurant with a bar. It was a perfect choice for a business lunch. It may have a different feel evenings and weekends, but I'll be going back for lunch!
Pros: Great service, Terrific menu
Cons: Confusing parking
Red Rock has been around for a long time. I have eaten there since when they first opened and I still go there about once a month. They do a decent job with their service. It is sort of casual but that is the tip they are on so it works for them.
Their Fish and chips are by far my favorite item. Believe it or not, good fish and chips are hard to find in Salt Lake City.
Pros: Good food and drink good price.
Cons: Sometimes very crowded.
Went two nights in a row it was so good, and both time were consistantly great! Service outstanding! Prices very modest for the quality of the food. Had the Salmon with a champange mustard sauce, and it was incredible! Would really reccomend this place to anyone who loves food as much as I do.
I have been to this location twice and it is one that I will keep coming back to. The beer selection is great and the menu is very extensive. I have had a very hard time finding good seafood in Utah but their salmon and halibut were absolutely amazing...best I have ever had. The service was what I would expect from this type of establishment. The waitress was attentive and ready to offer up suggestions. All in all a great place to dine.
Pros: wonderful food and beer
Cons: parking can be a pain
We have eaten at Red Rock before and have never been impressed. We went there this last Friday night for a friend?s birthday. The waitress was terrible. We had nothing to drink with our meal because she took too long to bring a refill, at which point most of us were ready for our check, but hence she had still not brought one of our other friends her meal yet.
We tried to get them to split the check up, because none of us wanted to leave her a tip. They wouldn't do that and we were forced to leave a group tip. Out of the eleven people eating dinner there that night I don't believe one of us will want to ever go back.
And the food my wife and I had was not good, stay away from the Cajun Chicken Pizza for sure.
Pros: Beer - okay
Cons: Service, food
RR has some really great dishes--the new york sandwich smothered in gruyere and mozzarella, an original take on bruschetta, and the best onion rings in town--but really lacks in the area of service. I have seen several servers there combing their hair in the wait-station or drinking or eating--in plain view of customers. Their servers are clearly more interested in selling beer than they are in being friendly. Skip all the pasta dishes and instead sink your teeth into one of their creative brick-oven pizzas or sandwiches. Also, salads are way too big for the plates but if you pick the right one you can leave satisfied.
Pros: Some original dishes
Cons: Parking, inattentive service
We ordered lunch from the office from the Park City Location. The food was decent but horribly over priced ($35.00 per person). Their staff was so rude we won't be back. Sad considering the door to our office isn't a hundred yards from them. We do lunch and working dinners quite often and a good relationship with them would have been beneficial for both of us. We will definatly work with someone else in the future.
Pros: Nice looking
Cons: Poor service, rude staff
This place has the right atmosphere for the downtown crowd. The food and drinks are right on! Just make sure that if you intend to have mixed drinks you tell the hostess or you may end up sitting in the non-cocktail section!! Other than that - this place rocks!
A friend recommended this place to me and we decided to eat before seeing a show across the street. Parking wasn't too bad, but we did have to pay for it. Although the restaurant was busy, we were seated quickly.
The interior is hip and clean and very urban classy. Great for dates and adult gatherings. The menu was extensive and varied, lots of choices. Everyone in my party ordered different items and all of us were extremely pleased.
Onion Rings - HUGE platter, enough for 4 people!
Barbeque Chicken Pizza - delicious and enough for 2 people.
Scallops - tender, fresh and tasty.
Almond crusted trout - absolutely devine!
The horseradish mashed potatoes were unexpected, but very good! All of us in our party can't wait to return for the Almond Crust Trout and the mashed potatoes!
What a credit to the city and to them. Service was not perfect, but very adequate.
Great place, you won't be disappointed.
Pros: Amazingly unique and tasty food and close to the theaters
We go to Red Rock about one a month and never get bored with it. There are always fish specials and the menu has a little something for everyone. It can get a little crowded on the weekends so try to visit during lunch or on a weekday. Service is fairly quick.
Pros: wide menu variety
Cons: crowded on weekends
I was surprised to find that the beer selection at RedRock is limited. I thought I would have more different beers to choose from since they're a brewery. I think they are more of a restaurant than and pub or brewery... I didn't get anything to eat last time we went, but my friends all say the food was ok; and while we shared a cheese dip appetizer, I found the bread was a bit stale and not evenly toasted.
The server was all right, but I wish he would be more friendly... he seemed to be a little angry at something when he brought our food and drinks.
I think this place is average at best.
Pros: comfortable seating
Cons: limited beer selection, stale bread
During my years of visiting Red Rock 3-4 times a year I have never had bad service or bad food. The Crusted Halibut is a must try!!!!!!!!! The best I have ever had, and prices are in the norm.
Pros: Food and service
Cons: Wait time can be long at busy hours
Always crowded, but that's because it's good. Inventive sandwiches, good grilled items, always an interesting seafood option. Excellent fries. Good home-brewed sodas and beer. Parking is tough and you'll have to pay for it with a bit of walk to the restaurant.
Pros: skilled kitchen
Cons: crowded loud
this is a great place to eat and meet friends up before the game, good food & good beer. Only down fall is parking sucks.
Pros: great food, great beer
Cons: parking sucks
Red Rock is always a fun night out or great lunch. Their house dressing is amazing, but get it on the side because it has more kick that way.
From the moment we walked in the door, we were impressed! Even though we didn't have reservations, the hostess sat our (large) group promptly, and our server was there within a few seconds, which was great, as we had a few small children. She remained attentive throughout our experience. The beer was awesome, especially the nut brown. The cheese dip was yummy, and the trout entree was to die for! Check out the pizza oven if you go. I would reccommend also making rez. if you're a larger group, like ours. We got lucky! (Only if there is NOT a large convention in town, because they won't take rez. then. I asked.)
Pros: great service, awesome beers, tasty food
Cons: , no rez during conv.
The beer is good. The food is good - if you think Red Lobster is a fine restaurant! The service is atrocious. If you are thinking of bringing the kids, don't - they'll treat you like a leper.
Cons: Service, Food, Value
Another treasure in SLC! Red Rock was fun. We had good food and good beer. I was there with three people on a business trip and this is the only place we visited twice. We all had good food and we all loved the beer. It was crowded, but it was smack in the middle of a snowstorm and right after work. I'd go back in a minute!
Pros: Great Beer, Good Food, Nice Atmosphere
Cons: Not in L.A.!, Might Have To Wait
Good pub food in a restaurant with a welcoming atmosphere. The menu features basic pub food: sandwiches, burgers, pasta, pizza. The selection and quality of the beer is great. Perfect spot for lunch or a pre-Jazz-game meal, if you can get a seat. The kitchen even gets a little innovative at times: Ever tried avocado ice cream? Hmmm, I'm still thinking about that one.
Pros: Good pub food
Cons: Long wait sometimes