Feed A Family of Four for Less Than $19 at Red Robin

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Through December 31st, Red Robin is offering 20% off your entire to-go order at participating locations when you use promo code YUMMM20 online, over the phone, or in person. Note that this offer is not valid for dine-in or delivery and can only be used once per day. This offer also excludes alcohol, merchandise, gift cards and tax.

Need a cheap & easy lunch for winter break?

Red Robin Kid’s Entree $4.49-$5.99 – includes a side and a beverage
Enter the code YUMMM21
Final Cost as low as $3.54!

Feed the Family With This Deal Idea…

Order two Original Red’s Tavern Double Burger w/ Side $6.99 each – found in Red’s Tavern Menu tab
Order two Kid’s Grilled Cheesy Meals $4.49 each – includes a side and a beverage
Total = $22.96
Enter the code YUMMM20
Final Cost $18.37 total!

HIP TIP: If you select steak fries as your side, scroll down to the “Customize Fries” section and select Extra Fries for no additional charge! You can even request for them to be extra crispy!

Also, be sure to head here to sign up for the FREE Red Robin Royalty Program where you’ll earn a FREE birthday burger, a FREE burger after you’ve purchased 9 entrees, and a $20 toward your 6th visit when you visit 5 times in the first 5 weeks, plus exclusive offers throughout the year!

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Comments 24

  1. Matt

    These posts to feed a family of 4 with restaurant deals are fun. Thank you!

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Matt!

  2. Heather

    This is great, thanks!!

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      You bet! 🙂

  3. Christin

    Is this for take out only?

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      Hi Christin! Yes, this is for take out only. You can order online or call in and place your order to pickup. I hope this helps!

  4. Cara

    Oh, I was looking for a code earlier when I ordered. This just gives me an excuse to go back to Red Robin, LOL. Thank you so much!!

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      LOL! You’re so welcome, Cara! 😀

    • Lexy

      Make sure to sign up for their emails that’s how I find out red robins deals

  5. Maggie

    Please don’t forget to add at least 10% gratuity to curbside orders. Most restaurants require the wait staff inside to take time away from their tables to bag the take-up orders and run them out to the car…. the federal minimum wage for servers is just $2.13 per hour, so they’re really relying on those tips. You don’t need to tip the usual 20% for table service, but they really do deserve some gratuity for curb-side service. Servers I’ve talked to say 10% has become standard, and much appreciated.

    • Andrea

      And always tip on the total amount before the discount.

      • Chris

        Always tip on the pre-discount amount but never on tax.

    • Lexy

      Unless you go to my restaurant I always mark curbside but they don’t actually take it out I have to get off my car and pick it up from the bar

    • Ihearthip

      Thanks for this tip! Unfortunately I have not thought of that. I will look at it differently now.

      Does anyone know if the servers at Red Robin bring the food to your car? It would be great to not have to bring my kids into the restaurant with me if I don’t have to!

      • Heather

        You have to go in.

    • Lolo

      STANDAND 20%?? When did that become the standanrd?

      • ana

        depends on the service

      • Joey

        I thought it was 15%. It’s funny I keep getting people that do not know math. I was at walmart and the guy could not figure 50% off $6. He kept saying it was $3.50. I told him it was $3 and he rang it up $2.50. I wonder what he would tip lol.

    • Ang

      I havent tipped the last couple times because they keep messing up my orders in different ways.

  6. T

    I always go inside to get mine.

    • anna

      Me too. It just feels strange to make someone bring it outside. Especially if they are busy and/or it’s raining.

  7. Jessie

    Not all states pay wait staff the federal minimum wage. California requires restaurants pay staff the state minimum wage which is currently just over $10 an hour.

  8. DJ

    No more kids meals in my house. I treasured the days when kids ate free or really inexpensive. Happy eating!!!

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