Red Robin to Open Two Units in Two Weeks
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. is two weeks away from opening new units in Braintree, Massachusetts, and Dayton, Ohio. To help celebrate the grand opening of the new restaurants, Red Robin will donate all sales of its signature Freckled Lemonade from October 26 through November 1, to its national charity partner, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding cures for all kids with cancer.
The restaurant offers more than two dozen gourmet burgers served with Bottomless Steak Fries and more than 100 different toppings for guests to. Some of the most popular burgers are the Royal Red Robin Burgertopped with a fresh fried egg and Red's Tavern Doublewith its signature styles, including the Fiery Ghost Style. Red Robin introduced the Smoke & Pepper Burgernationally in early November 2013, the first of Red Robin's Finest gourmet burger line, and has since expanded with three additional offerings: The D.G.B., Black & Bleu burger, and Southern Charm Burger.
While Red Robin has been grilling up gourmet burgers for more than 45 years, the menu also offers a variety of salads, entrees, soups, and wraps, many of which are made in-house.
Red Robin also offers several signature beverages including Red Robin's Freckled Lemonade, which has been a guest favorite since it was added to the menu more than 20 years ago. The Freckled Lemonade, a blend of sweet strawberries and tangy Minute MaidLemonade, is available for $4.49 and includes free bottomless refills. All Freckled Lemonade sales during grand opening week at the new restaurants will benefit Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation was created by 4-year-old childhood cancer patient Alexandra "Alex" Scott, who began raising money through her front yard lemonade stand to help doctors on their way to finding cures for all kids with cancer. Alex's mission continues through Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation and to date, Red Robin has donated more than $600,000 to support the fight against childhood cancer.