Last night [Nov 15] Red Steakhouse & Bar — Bermuda’s newest restaurant and lounge — held a grand opening at its Front Street location.
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Jason Jones, guests will be welcomed to an “old world charm, meets new world dining” atmosphere. Red’s dining options include the classic Steakhouse dining room, the vibrant and chic lounge, VIP balcony seating and the contemporary outdoor patio.
Red Steakhouse & Bar offers a selection of Certified Angus Beef cuts which feature Filet Mignon, Strip, Rib eye, Porterhouse and Cowboy. Other dishes will include organic chicken, lamb, veal, local lobster and seafood as well as unique vegetarian options.
Red Steakhouse & Bar’s team of seasoned hospitality professionals are committed to providing an exceptional dining experience. Owners David Madeiros and Rick Olson have over 50 years of combined experience and knowledge in the hospitality industry, both locally and internationally.
Mr Madeiros, a born Bermudian, has a passion for the industry with exceptional service and an eye for detail as his specialty. Over the last 25 years, he has worked in various positions in the hospitality industry including General Manager and Owner.
Mr Olson has lived in Bermuda for 28 years having worked in international finance for 10 years before branching off into becoming a highly successful entrepreneur. He has established many successful restaurants, nightclubs and more recently 5-star resorts in the Caribbean islands.
The Red Lounge offers guests a signature cocktail and bar menu including an array of artisan cheeses and desserts. There is a variety of wines by the bottle and over 20 wines available by the glass. Equipped with wi-fi internet and designated areas for a DJ and live entertainment, Red said they aim to meet all of your event and party needs.
Located at 55 Front Street, the Red Steakhouse & Bar offers lunch from 12:00 to 2:30pm, Monday thru Friday, and dinner seven nights a week from 6:00 to 10:00pm. Red is accessible from Front Street and by a wheelchair accessible entrance on Reid Street. Call 292-7331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.