Thursday, May 10, 2012
Red, Hot & Blue Resturant - Herndon, Virginia
Herndon, Virginia – Red, Hot and Blue
Date of trip May 2012.
Overall Notes: Really cool atmosphere. The drinks come out in a plastic pitcher a little smaller than the standard pitcher. The kicker is the pitcher is your glass. I ordered Iced Tea and Water and about fell over when I saw how giant these ‘glasses’ were! No more empty glass for me.
Red, Hot and Blue had blues music playing, not too loud, not too low. You could easily carry on a conversation, and enjoy the music. Maybe I was just in the mood for some Bonnie Raitt, maybe it was the music, food and atmosphere combo, but I had an amazing time at Red, Hot and Blue, and it was 3p.m. in the afternoon.
The outside seating overlooks a fairly busy intersection. Strangely, it didn’t seem loud at all. There are TVs outside, and plenty of flowers to add to the scenery.
The food – YUM. Although the fried okra was kind of your standard fried okra that you get at a restaurant. They can out super-hot. The loaded baked potato was truly loaded. One of their signature salads has beef and chicken. Big portions. The Ribs are available in dry, wet and sweet. They have a variety of their own sauces available on the table.
Live entertainment nightly. Great Service. Perfect Atmosphere. Good Food.
Posted by Roam and Write at 6:23 PM