Kind of looks like a Mediterranean or Asian fusion restaurant food from the outside, but once inside it kind of reminds me of Javier's (which I like).
I've only been to Red O for drinks and the guacamole sampler (which I'm a fan of) - classic, pomegranate & walnuts, chili's & peanuts, shisito peppers & tomatoes. Bonus is the live music (which I'm also a fan of).
If you're curious about the name, it was named after the famous Red Onion nightclub restaurant from the 90's.
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