Red Robin Bellevue Square, photo credit: GLY Construction

Red Robin, located on Bellevue Way Northeast, permanently closed its doors as of January 21st.

According to a Red Robin employee, Bellevue Square wanted to increase their rent and that was going to “diminish their profit.”

At this time, it is unknown what will be going into that location next.

Red Robin was a popular family-friendly restaurant option in downtown Bellevue. They were best known for their burgers, milkshakes and bottomless fries. The fast-casual dining spot had been open at this location for more than a decade.

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12 Comments

  1. I kind of doubt the increased rent was the only reason. In my experience, this Red Robin location was far less clean and had far lower quality food than other Red Robin locations (like Northgate). It was also the only restaurant in Bellevue for which I could not locate the food safety sign.

  2. Relocate the uappealing Nordstrom’s bento travesty to this location and bring back The Grill to Nordstrom!

  3. Relocate the uappealing Nordstrom bento travesty to this location and bring back The Grill to Nordstrom!

  4. Once again, Kemper’s drive for income drives away dependable long-term family-oriented shops.

  5. absolutely! The Grill was the best part of the mall, it had some of the best food in Bellevue. It’s empty now as the Bento place. No class. Now I don’t even go to the mall.

  6. I agree with the comments about the Bento restaurant in Nordstrom. I was holding my breath for a Tom Douglas restaurant on the Eastside , but this is not the concept that I had hoped for in order to give John Howie a much needed competition .

  7. Agree about the Grill. Bento place is garbage.

  8. Agree. The Grill was the go-to spot for good food and drinks. The new place sucks.

  9. Word on the street is that an Xfinity store is going in that space. No idea why.

  10. Bellevue Square (Kemper Freeman) is so concerned sabout money (High profits), expensive stores , luxury hotels, and expensive condos, he doesnt seem to care about keeping a business that has provided a good, enjoyable, reasonably priced restaurant for families & out-of-town guests. The average Eastside resident, gets the short end of the deal once again! RR is just another in a long list of businesses forced out by greed. (My opinion)

  11. Bellevue Square (Kemper Freeman) is so concerned sabout money (High profits), expensive stores , luxury hotels, and unneeded condos, he doesnt seem to care about keeping a business that has provided a good, enjoyable, reasonably priced restaurant for families & out-of-town guests. The average Eastside resident, gets the short end of the deal once again! RR is just another in a long list of businesses forced out by greed. (My opinion)

  12. What about bring H&M in? That would be great!