Red Robin’s fall menu has new items, brings back favorites |
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Red Robin’s fall menu has new items, brings back favorites

Mary Pickels
Courtesy of Megan Cuff |
Red Robin is bringing back a fan favorite, the El Ranchero Burger, and introducing a new burger, the French Onion Ringer.

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews is introducing a new burger and bringing back a few fan favorites as part of a limited-time menu.

Through Jan. 26, diners can enjoy the new French Onion Ringer. Topped with Swiss cheese, crispy onion straws, French onion spread and tomatoes on a melted provolone-capped onion bun, the patty is topped with a trio of fried onion rings.

A fan favorite returns to the menu with the El Ranchero Burger. Its toppings include American cheese, candied bacon, crispy onion straws, house-made jalapeño ranch, barbecue ketchup, tomatoes and shredded romaine.

In addition, garlic Parmesan pretzel bites return to the appetizer menu for a limited time, according to a release. The bites are tossed in a garlic-Parmesan spread, topped with shredded Parmesan and arrive with a side of roasted garlic aioli. Those craving a little more spice can try the Nashville hot boneless wings, served on a bed of Yukon kettle chips with dill pickle slices.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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