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The new burger features BBQ pulled pork over an ancho-marinated beef patty with cheddar cheese, dill pickle planks, tortilla strips, red onions, lettuce, and smoky campfire mayo on a jalapeño cornmeal Kaiser roll.

Red Robin Debuts BBQ Boss Hog Burger for Summer

June 26, 2017 Industry News

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews is getting saucy for the debut of its new limited-time summer menu. Beginning Monday through October 1, guests can satisfy their burger cravings with the all-new BBQ Boss Hog burger. The gourmet burger with big flavor features sweet and tangy BBQ pulled pork over an ancho-marinated beef patty loaded with cheddar cheese, dill pickle planks, tortilla strips, red onions, lettuce and smoky campfire mayo on a jalapeño cornmeal Kaiser roll.

Red Robin is also giving Freckled Lemonade fans an opportunity to stay cool in the summer heat by pairing their BBQ Boss Hog with a refreshing new Freckled Lemonade Smoothie, or Absolut Frozen Freckled Lemonade for guests 21 and over. The ultimate, creamy twist on Red Robin’s famous beverage is made with real lemon juice, strawberries, vanilla soft serve and strawberry purée.

“Burgers and BBQ go hand-in-hand amidst all of the fun activities summer has to offer,” says Jonathan Muhtar, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Red Robin. “We’re excited for these craveable new LTOs, burgers and beverage innovations to make a splash with guests who are out and about this season.”

In addition, Red Robin’s new summer menu introduces BBQ Pork Loaded Chips, a limited-time appetizer with BBQ pulled pork, queso, diced red onions and parsley piled high on a plate of house-made Yukon kettle chips with a side of pickles. The Gourmet Burger Authority also continues to expand its $6.99 everyday value platform with the Sir Acha Tavern Double and is bringing back the award-winning The Madlove Burger, both served with Bottomless Steak Fries.

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