I am all about taking the heat out of my kitchen and letting someone else serve up the food and I make sure we head out to eat at least once a week. Hectic schedules, crazy days and a clock that never stops all contribute to not wanting to create a meal at home and the need to just relax and unwind in a family friendly atmosphere. Do you have a place in your home that your kids love to go to for the food and a place where they are not ‘hushed’ when they giggle and carry-on? A challenge that every family endures is where can you dine that meets a little bit of everything someone in your family is looking for? My one son has severe food allergies which of course throws us a curve-ball, but knowing where to eat across our nation and in Pittsburgh let’s us dine out without worry. I personally head out for libations combined with appetizers, while my husband loves his burgers, and the kids love Bottomless Fries and sports television. Where can you go for gourmet burgers, delicious craveables, signature mixology beverages? My feature this week will offer you a story of 3 Reasons to Eat At Red Robin!
3 Reasons To Eat At Red Robin
My list of reasons to dine at Red Robin is so extensive and choosing just three reasons was really hard but I did it!
#1 Red Robin Royalty Program
Red Robin has a smashing loyalty rewards program…think ROYALTY. If you have not done so, sign up online, as you will get some great perks while you are dining there. While that is not one of my 3 Reasons to Eat At Red Robin it does have something to do with it, lol! Did you know that if you sign up for the Red Robin loyalty rewards program, you are offered added perks when you dine at the Red Robin restaurants throughout the year across the nation?
There are over 500 Red Robin Restaurants across the USA and Canada, so that is a lot of rewards being given! Here’s one you might know have known: for ever 10th item purchased at Red Robin is free! There is so much more, but go to the Red Robin website to register, it only takes a few minutes to register online! Once you are registered you will learn my Reason #2 for eating at Red Robin.
#2 Burgers For Better Schools
Who would have thought a gourmet burger, crafted by the Gourmet Burger Authority would turn into a way to support local schools with kids in grades K-12? That’s right, it is called Burgers For Better Schools, and the program contributes to the school of your choice as long as you have a Red Robin Royalty account(which is free). Simply go online and sign into your account, and make sure that you present your account number when you purchase your meal at Red Robin and 1% of your total bill is then contributed to the school you chose! Ka-Ching or should I say Burger-KaChing lol! If you kids move into different schools, you can change your selection at any point in time via your account.
Now on to the meat and potatoes part of the story— oh I am so funny! Does this just make you CRAVE a burger?
#3 The Red Robin Gourmet Burgers & Bottomless Fries
What story about Red Robin would be complete without showing you the mouthwatering, stacked, gourmet burgers and bottomless fries our table enjoyed. Again, my son has severe food allergies* ranging from nuts to latex and everything in between. We notify our server every-time we dine there to make sure that he can eat, and verify his food will not come into contact with foods he can’t have or latex and every time, and each location we have eaten at has met our needs! If you have food allergies, make sure to notify your server and ask questions, as our allergies differ from yours! Did you know that at Red Robin, every meal is made-to-order? Our most recent dining experience was in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania and he was thrilled to have fries and a burger!
As for the rest of us, we dined on burgers(meatless and meat-laden) and Bottomless Fries until our stomachs caved! Now you know the 3 Reasons to eat at Red Robin so what are you waiting for? Are you ready to lavishly live gourmet burgers out loud, and contribute to your school of choice? What is your favorite burger?