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Red Robin Springs Forward

redrobinlogoRed Robin Gourmet Burgers restaurants today introduce the Burnin’ Love Burger, hoping to bring a little winter thaw to tastebuds. The build includes a cayenne-season beef patty, fried jalapeno rings, salsa, pepper-Jack cheese, shredded lettuce and tomato slices. There’s a little more heat punch in the jalapeno-cornmeal-dusted kaiser roll and the chipotle mayo.

Red Robin knows that the best remedy for customers’ winter doldrums is a burger with some peppery zing. Diners return for a flavor thrill ride.

Also joining the menu is a Southwest Ancho Chicken Salad that delivers its own kick. An ancho-grilled chicken breast sits on tossed greens with avocado-ranch dressing and a pile of goodness: black beans, corn, grape tomatoes and pepper-Jack and Cheddar cheeses. The fried jalapeno rings make a comebacck, along with avocado slices, cilantro and tortilla strips.

2 comments to Red Robin Springs Forward

  • Emily

    Will Red Robin’s free refills on fries become a victim of the recession? Please say no. I can’t lose Mother’s Cookies AND fry refills in one year.

  • Red

    No way, Emily! May there ALWAYS be Bottomless Steak Fries and Bottomless Beverages at Red Robin (Yummm!)

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