Went for a special Mother's Day dinner.
Redstone is NOT special anymore, at least not for us. Sea Bass was excellent but every other entree (three different steaks) were way sub-par. The dinneres took quite some time to arrive so it may be that something (most likely the fish) was flubbed and had to be redone while the steaks languished under the lights. Not high quality meat and not properly prepared. Potatoes were lukewarm at best - not hot enough to melt the butter. VERY disappointed. This used to be a really nice place for a "special" occasion but it's Wildfire for me in the future.
The single most disgusting display of dark human behavior.
Arriving and seeing what looks to be happy couples leaving gives the reassurance that the Red Stone is an upscale establishment only to find that it's nothing more than a pick up spot for hopefully divorced and midlife crisis people. I had plenty of time to observe what was happening at the bar because the staff was more interested in trying to pick up the younger female patrons, 7pm the lights are low, most likely to hide the age of the customers, the rest is a memory I don't want, I didn't even stay for one drink, it's enough to make you puke and believe me I've been around the block a few times and I'm no angel.
ALL TIME FAVORITE.
Redstone has become our all time favorite restaurant. My husband and I eat our numerous times during the week and Redstone is one our list no less than twice during that time. The staff is very warm and friendly....we get hugs and smiles from them all and they remember our names.
Their homemade soups are awesome with a new and unique soup scheduled for each day of the week. Our favorite is Thursdays Cream of Wild Mushroom with Brandy, followed close by Fridays Corn Chowder with Shrimp.
Everything we have tried there (almost the entire menu) has been out-of-this-world. We have never been disappointed and my husband was a world traveler and has a large knowledge of good food (and bad).
Excellent! both service and food!.
The service was excellent. Everyone was warm and friendly and VERY professional. The food was amazing. Great presentation and so yummy! I had the Sea Bass. It came to me piping hot and the absolute best. My husband had the ribs and still can't not stop raving about them! I can not wait to go back. It was a perfectly wonderful experience. Thank you Redstone!
We have visited a few times in the past month. The bartenders always seem to busy in their own conversations. I am so tired of always getting hit on by the bar staff. My girl friend and I just want to sit and have a drink after work.
Great Place to Dance on Wednesday nights.
It is one of the few places in Eden Prairie that you can bring your wife to dance and have fun. The crowd is sometimes a bit crazy but people watching is half the fun.
Just a typical over the top restaurant with expensive items on the menu and a very expensive drink menu. Not impressed. I'm especially not impressed with the management and their unloyalty to their employees.
Good Music, Nice atmosphere....
Went there for first time last Saturday and from all of the good things that I heard, my expectations were met. The outdoor patio bar was excellent. Must try the fondue appetizer..excellent. I wouldn't reccommend the burgers, but chicken dishes are worth every penny...tender and seasoned just right!
Great food, creative menu, excellent service, spotless restaurant!.
High marks for their attention to detail - service, food, spotless! I think Redstone (not Red Stone) is one of the most consistent restaurants in the Twin Cities - they have it figured out. I would recommend reservations if you plan to go on a weekday lunch or weekend night, they tend to get packed. Their "Seared Ahi Tunu" is one of the best appetizers in all of the food world - they sear the tuna (then chill it) and present it beautifully on a long platter with excellent sauce. Their "Lodge Cornbread" is prepared in a cast-iron skillet and brought to the table with some sort of magical maple-flavored butter - yum! They also do a really nice job with their chicken, served skin-on like from a carving station. Drinks on the patio with their mini-Bellagio water fountains is Minnesota Summer at its finest!