Mission: We take pride in crafting craveable burgers, welcoming experiences and genuine connectionsfor everyone who comes into our Red Robin.
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Please join us in welcoming Team Michigan Avenue to the Red Robin family! Our new delivery-only location in Chicago is now open for business. Big thanks to everyone that made this possible!
Last month Red Robin was one of the sponsors at Great American Beer Festival. Thank you to everyone that helped us make it a successful event and having so much fun while doing so!
Founded in 1969, Red Robin is a casual dining restaurant chain focused on serving an imaginative selection of high quality Gourmet Burgers in a family-friendly atmosphere. Our Gourmet Burgers are created with fresh, high quality ingredients and all served with bottomless fries (that means all-you-can-eat), as well as many other items including salads, soups, appetizers, entrees, desserts, and our signature Mad Mixology specialty beverages. We currently have 500+ restaurants across the United States and Canada, which include both corporate owned locations and those operating under franchisee or license agreements.
Our core “B.U.R.G.E.R.” values drive our success and ensure that Team Members & Guests are Better for Being Here.
We celebrate and reward our Managers by offering a variety of benefits along with a "no ceiling" philosophy in bonus potential.
What more could you ask for!
So join Red Robin TODAY to make the ordinary extraordinary and the mundane fun!
I worked at Red Robin (More than 3 years)
Great employees, great friends, can make a lot of money on weekends
nagging customers, bad tippers, disorganized management
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Red Robin (Columbia, SC).
Very professional phone interview with relevant, pertinent questions. Face to face interview with the ROD. "Day in the life" which allows you to see if you're a good fit for the team and they're a good fit for you along with a final interview with the home store General Manager.
No negotiation necessary as the offer was above and beyond what was originally discussed.