Red's TableAmerican • Reston, United States
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This has become a great neighborhood hang out since the staff is great, remembers your name, etc. Only issue is it can get a little loud, especially in the morning with the "breakfast club" of regs.
I only come here for lunch so I can only speak for 11:30 to 1:30: nice service but sometimes with a language barrier, the 'taxi drivers' (older Somali gentleman) take up most seats. Internet is slow.
Wifi is decent, but only two outlets. They didn't ask for my name like other Starbucks, and just left my late on the counter for me to come back and check. Barely ackowledged it was mine when I asked.
Wish we had one in VA. I used to want a Wholefoods here, but this is better, cheaper. Combine Wholefoods, We grans and shrink just a little. Good prices and awesome selection!
Staff can still be green (ex.: one didn't know what 'half caff' was) but nice. Comfortable seating but less than most Starbucks. You don't roast in morning sun like at the Starbucks a block away.
Like every Starbucks, there are some great servers and some that can be a bit...grumpy. Benches are pretty uncomfortable and not many chairs so it can fill up quickly.
Even when 3 people are working (the most I've ever seen) it can still be a long wait. Probably one of the least efficient Starbucks I've seen, but it is in a Target after all!
Definitely one of the nicest hotel stays I've had in a while. Nothing super fancy, but great customer service, very clean, nice pool and jacuzzi, very comfy beds, very flexible, etc.
They've remodeled so it's now much more spacious and has a much larger & SELF-SERVE food area, but unfortunately they've had to ditch some products to save space. Hosted activities way too veg-centric
Great local "mini Renaissance Festival" - market fairs that are 3x per year: great food, crafts, entertainment, and great for kids!
Huge, huge place where you can sometimes find some great stuff for very little, although it seems recently prices have gone up a little on some things. :(
As with others, it's hit or miss depending on who you get. Amanda is great, but takes a very long time, so if you can't spend an hour or more (incl. wait time), you should opt for someone else.
Every town needs a small indi coffee shop like this. Only complaint is that it gets packed and there aren't enough outlets - oh and you bake in the sun in the afternoon. :(
This place tends to be busy on weekdays, no matter the time. Lots of telecommuters. The staff is very efficient, but it can still take 5-10 minutes when it's packed. Also music is way too loud!
I must have lucked out, or come after the lunch rush at 1pm, but it was definitely pretty empty and my stuff came way quicker than it normally does in the Reston Noodles & Co.
Great, festive, family-oriented Mexican place (plus rotisserie chicken and ribs). Very good deal for the amount and quality of the food.
Seems pretty typical. As with all Chipotles, a good choice of music but can be a bit loud.
Often crowded (even Sunday early morning) but I've never not found a seat nor had to wait on line more than a couple of minutes. HS students come in after school but usually get their stuff to go.
David, the store manager, should not be Mayor, a title that's really reserved for customers. Foursquare provides a way for venues to register and manage employee accounts.