Return of the Oktoberfest Bürger from Red Robin

The Oktoberfest Bürger from Red Robin is back.  The pretzel bun burger that led the way for the chain restaurant pretzel bun craze is here for another season.  The burger features a fire-grilled burger topped with Black Forest ham, Swiss cheese, beer-mustard sautéed onions and lettuce on a toasted pretzel bun.  Priced at $10.49 and served with bottomless steak fries.

Red Robin Oktoberfest BurgerRed Robin also has a new milkshake for a limited time… the Spiced Pumpkin Pie Shake.  The shake features real Libby’s® pumpkin pie filling, vanilla soft serve, nutmeg and graham cracker crumbs. The Spiced Pumpkin Pie Shake suggested price is $4.49. Back by popular demand is the Red Robin’s O’Fest Beer Shake which is made with vanilla soft serve blended with caramel and Sam Adams® OctoberFest draft.  The O’Fest Beer Shake is priced at $4.59.

Red Robin SeasonalHere are the rest of seasonal offerings.  Prices may vary:

  • Brew-Battered Brats –This new appetizer features five jalapeño-Cheddar brats, beer battered and fried to the perfect crunch, and served on a bed of Yukon kettle chips.  Price: $5.00
  • Warm Pretzel Bites – Soft pretzel bites served with Merkts® beer cheese  $5.00
  • Captain’s Berry Angry Cocktail – This twist on hard apple cider is a mix of Captain Morgan®Spiced Rum, Angry Orchard® Crisp Apple Cider, a touch of raspberry and a sprinkle of nutmeg  $6.99
  • German Chocolate Brownie Bite-Tini – This new dessert is a combination of chocolate brownie bites and whipped cream, topped with a garnish of toasted coconut  $3.99

4 comments on “Return of the Oktoberfest Bürger from Red Robin

  1. Riley Martin says:

    Red Robin has some pretty good burgers. And I love their bottomless steak fries. But their prices are just too much.

  2. Robert says:

    I had the beer brats last night with some friends of mine. They’re small, but they are FANTASTIC. Cheesy and a bit spicy, then deep fried. They’re tiny, so ya know, I don’t feel guilty, but the sausage was so delicious and juicy! And the spicy mustard/chips that they came with were perfect. Red Robin’s appetizers put the other chain restaurants like Chili’s to shame.

  3. Jay says:

    Yeah, those brats look like a winner when tossing back a few beers. But I’ll be requiring the full size version.

    Honestly, chain or no chain, RR has a pretty strong menu from top to bottom.

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