Limited Time Bacon Jammin Wings From Red Robin

Red Robin has brought some new menu items to the table and it includes some serious bacon dishes for all of those bacon lovers out there. The new limited time Bacon Jammin’ Wings can be ordered bone-in or boneless and they come with chicken wings that covered in a bacon sweet sauce, covered with bacon crumbles, cherry peppers, BBQ brown sugar glaze, and some jalapenos on top.

On their menu right now at Red Robin in B.C. you can find the limited time Bacon Jammin’ Wings, Bacon Jammin’ Burger, Caramel & Cookie Crumb Shake, and the Kid size for the Caramel & Cookie Crumb Shake.

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The bacon jammin wings from Red Robin were delicious and had plenty of overwhelming bacon taste to them. The crisps were a great touch to go along with it. You can pay extra if you want to order the jammin wings in boneless instead of bone-in as you see here.

The chips that they serve you with it are some Yukon kettle chips, very crispy and goes well with the chicken and spice.

They use hardwood-smoked bacon strips, a bacon aioli, cheddar cheese, red onions, lettuce, tomatoes, all on the Bacon Jammin’ Burger from Red Robin.

Bacon Bash Zinger Combo: Bacon Jammin’ Burger + Wings

If you are craving some delicious comfort food and want to skip cooking at home then you can easily order for delivery or takeout from Red Robin restaurants around B.C. They’ve got a wide variety of menu options, great drinks, and family combos too.

KETO Menu Items At Red Robin

Red Robin has also added some new menu items for those who are looking to stay keto and eat somewhere good while doing it. They’ve got their new lettuce wrap burger, also known as The Wedgie. The lettuce wrap from Red Robin is a great burger and makes it easy to stay low carb for lunch or dinner.

Another menu item they have is grilled chicken dip’ns. This is found on the kids menu.


The grilled chicken strips are delicious and they offer a variety of dipping sauces to choose from. You could also sprinkle a little bit of the Red Robin seasoning on the chicken strips too if you wanted a little more flavor. But they don’t need it. They remind me of the grilled chicken nuggets from Chick-fil-A in the United States and they are great.

If you are looking for some grilled chicken and want to stay low carb or keto then go for these kids grilled chicken dip’ns on the menu at Red Robin for lunch or dinner.

Aside from the chicken strips, lettuce wraps, and new bacon items they have much more on the menu.

For great appetizers at Red Robin you can find the bacon jammin wings, cauliflower wings, onion rings, yam fries, fried pickles, popcorn shrimp, cheese sticks, bar wings, and the delicious creamy artichoke and spinach dip.

The artichoke and spinach dip is made with red onions and Parmesan cheese, you get a decent serving that should be enough for at least 2 people. The dip gets served with tortilla chips and carrot sticks.

For some of the best appetizers and comfort food it is easy to choose Red Robin for lunch or dinner. Right now their bacon bash is going on for a limited time and offers those new bacon-inspired menu items.

Bacon, Bacon, Bacon!

For anyone who loves bacon and is looking for some delicious new bacon-inspired dishes then you might not want to miss this bacon bash that is going on at Red Robin locations. It’s easy to dine-in right now, order for delivery through apps like Skip The Dishes, or pick it up and take it to go.

If you are looking for restaurants in Vancouver to stay keto then Red Robin could be one of those considerations. There are several ways to order off the menu and keep it low carb if that is what you are looking to do. Their lettuce wrap burgers taste great and the grilled chicken strips are even better.

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