Red Robin “Cauls” for Guests to Gather Around the Table with New Cauliflower “Wings” and Cauliflower Crust Donatos Pizza Limited-Time Menu Offerings
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GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO (StLouisRestaurantReview) Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews is giving Americans yet another reason to gather around the table with its new limited-time cauliflower-based menu offerings. The new options are a modern-day reimagining of two classics – wings and pizza – using the power of cauliflower.
Red Robin prides itself on bringing friends and family together to connect over its delicious meal choices, and the introduction of its new cauliflower offerings extends even more tasty, satisfying, and shareable options to diners. The new items are available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery at participating restaurants nationwide, allowing guests to enjoy a delicious experience at a Red Robin table or their very own.
Red Robin’s new Cauliflower “Wings” feature delicious, breaded bite-sized cauliflower with a choice of sauce, served on a bed of Yukon kettle chips. Additionally, a new cauliflower crust option is available at participating Red Robin restaurants that serve Donatos® Pizza.
In an online survey distributed to 2,000 Americans in conjunction with OnePoll, Red Robin found that three-quarters of Americans who consider themselves reformed veggie lovers embrace vegetables more today than they did as kids. The top five veggies that have grown on Americans over the years include broccoli (34 percent), spinach (30 percent), asparagus (29 percent), avocados (28 percent), and cauliflower (28 percent). While cauliflower earned the top spot among non-green vegetables, it leaves room for a good number of potential “cauli converts.”
“Our new cauliflower-focused limited-time menu offerings showcase that vegetables are more versatile than ever,” said Jonathan Muhtar, Red Robin Executive Vice President & Chief Concept Officer. “Whether the guest is an existing cauliflower fan or looking to experience something new, we encourage our guests to gather around our table, or theirs, and try our new cauliflower offerings while they last.”