Hamburgers are an integral part of the American fabric, which explains why Betsy Ross designed the nation’s flag to incorporate 13 pickle slices disguised as stars. Take a culinary journey through the Colonies with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Burgers, Fries, and Shakes
The menu features the Royal Red Robin burger with a fresh fried egg and applewood-smoked bacon ($9.99) and the Burnin' Love burger, which flaunts a mélange of fried jalapeños, salsa, and pepper jack cheese ($9.59) as fiery as a dragon’s yawn. Chicken sandwiches include a smoky stack basted in Whisky River barbecue sauce ($9.99) and a bistro-style bruschetta chicken sandwich layered with housemade salsa, provolone, and balsamic cream on ciabatta bread ($10.49).
Touting the Best Burgers in the Full-Service Chains category according to the 2010 Zagat Fast-Food Survey, Red Robin features gourmet burgers stacked high with manifold fixings. The chain started in the 1940s under the name Sam's Tavern, where its proprietor Sam could be heard singing "When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)." He loved that old tune so much that he changed his tavern's name to Sam's Red Robin. Today, Red Robin still serves up the same gourmet burgers that put it on the culinary map in 1973—such as the Royal Red Robin burger topped with a fried egg—but the menu also includes more than 15 fire-grilled burgers, hearty mac 'n' cheese with riblets, zesty mexican grilled chicken, and towers of crispy onion rings.
Red Robin's aptly named 'Green Team' ensures that the chain implements green initiatives. All of Red Robin's produce is pesticide-free, and all of its eggs come from suppliers that do not use battery cages. The company is also dedicated to using recycled and recyclable packing and shipping materials sourced from suppliers certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and high-fived by Mother Nature.
93% of 13,560 customers recommend
“Great service and food :)))”
“Would like to enjoy more RedRobbin groupons ;)”
“Peach sweet tea is awesome :) and I like their old fries better”