Red Robin launches burger bar

Red Robin has started the rollout of its burger bar, which was introduced to franchisees this summer.

Available at select locations, the catering option serves 10 or more guests and comes with a variety of toppings to allow them to personalize their own meal.

Each burger comes individually wrapped and made to order. Guests get to choose their own protein (beef, turkey, chicken breast or veggie), bun (sesame, ciabatta, whole wheat or gluten-free) and cheese (American, cheddar, pepper jack, provolone or Swiss).

Guests can than top their burger with over 15 sauces and toppings including crispy onion straws, grilled pineapple slices, sauteed mushrooms, chipotle aioli, teriyaki sauce, mustard, ketchup and mayo.

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