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We are young seniors, thus still like to enjoy music, dining and drinks. While many spots in this perfect ski village are geared to younger pool shooting, beer drinking ski divas/divos, we found Texas Reds Steakhouse the perfect spot for us. We parked at the...More
We were in Red River for Spring Break and decided to take the kids to reminisce about our earlier experiences (>5 yrs ago) but how things sure have changed. The 16 ounce steak was ok but nothing great. It cost 38.00 with a tiny salad...More
This is a very small and Tiny Place located on the lower level of The Lodge at Red River. Overpriced and very few seats. And it's not open for more than a few hours on any night. I'd only recommend this if you were having...More
Visited with friends on a ski trip. Were not disappointed, called in 20 minutes before coming and our table was ready. Service was good and timely, food was tasty and fresh. I ordered a salad, and the vegetables were wonderful. Prices are very modest, I...More
It was recommended that we go here by a friend so we stopped in for dinner. Walked in & was seated immediately. Neat western-homey-feel atmosphere with red checked tablecloths. Prices are steep but it is a steakhouse. Food portions are huge though, we ended up...More
Wish I could offer a better review but the experience I had last night was not only disappointing but a health risk. We were a party of 3 and an infant arriving around 6:30pm. The hostess informed us there was a 30 minute wait which...More
Not a fan of this restaurant. Very overpriced and average to below average food. If a restaurant cannot make french fries taste good, I just don’t know what to say. We go to Red River yearly but we will never eat at Texas Red’s again.
I believe all the exotic steaks were about $30 but they were out of the elk and bear when we're were there the first week of January 2015. They had elk and buffalo burgers and I think they were in the $10-12 range
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