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The Company develops and operates casual-dining restaurants.
Casual dining experience w/a staple of the U.S. diet as...http://stockcharts.com/freecharts/candleglance.html?rrgb,bwld,dri,eat,sonc,mcd...the centerpiece of the menu. And booze, whats not to love.
The next big burger chain
their new burger works was a needed change and makes them very competitive as an established player even in heavily competitive area
Insider buying + FCF
Have anyone really eat at that place?? Red Robin burgers are NOT that great. We swore we would not spend that much money on those Checkers-qualified burgers ever again.
reb robin... yum
Activist investors should unlock value and push this stock much higher.
Here's the buy rec:http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2010/12/30/rising-star-buy-red-robin-gourmet-burgers.aspx
P/E too high for a restaurant stock.
Always jammed pact, its got a niche for hosting parties and fun for the whole family.
Dog of a business
High Debt, negative Free Cash Flow, earnings expected to be flat for the next two years (I expect it will be worse). The only thing that scares me about this underperform rating is that the stock is already down 70% this year. If you figure in debt, RRGB has EV/E of about 13, given the growth, I figure this number should be closer to 7-9.
Red Robin is a well run west coast company that is expanding on a national level. RRGB stands out as a top restaurant on the west coast and will take market share wherever they go. Even though economy is down now people will still eat out maybe a little less than usual. The restaurant is one I frequent has a menuthat serves good burgers salads & drinks service is consistant and fairly quick. This is still an affordable treat in these times. Buy RRGB now whlile price is near its 52 week low...........Red Robin Yummm......................
They have recently repurchased stock and plan to expand, as well as for the first time have locked in burger prices. I definitely think they will outperform.
Nothing special here
bad debt. who wants a middle of the road franchise like this? much debt to cash. not sure but the current ratio may be very scary to all you going long.
This company grew too fast too soon. In some parts of the country(NC, MD, VA, AL) they are seeing a great deal of manager turnover compared to the home base in Colorado. Consistency has gotten awful in those faster expanding parts of the country. Any time in the restaurant industry that you see this happening lookout because it is the beginning of the end. Attach this to the problems of $9-$10 6 oz. burgers, lower priced competition raging in the burger market, down turning economy and you have a recipe(no pun intended) for disaster. I'll admit that I like their fries, but there is not much else on the menu outside of burgers that looks very appealing(window dressing) and as I said the price is outrageous for a 6oz.(I asked) burger. Five Guys and Fat Burger offer a 1/2 pound burger that is fresh beef for 1/2 the price of RRGB. I have talked to other people who have been to this place. They say it was a place to take the kids, burgers good, but too pricey and service was hit and miss. When asked if they would go back they said probably not. One and done. This thing is going down.
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