Home & Garden Home Vegan Guide to Red Robin: The Best Menu Options and Swaps From plant-based burgers to bottomless vegan sides, Red Robin has plenty to offer. By Gia Mora Gia Mora Facebook Twitter Writer and Quality Team Editor University of Colorado University of Pisa Gia is a writer, performer, and producer who has written extensively about veganism, food waste, and sustainable living. Learn about our editorial process Published September 14, 2021 Treehugger / Photo Illustration by Catherine Song / Red Robin Share Twitter Pinterest Email Home Sustainable Eating Pest Control Natural Cleaning DIY Family Green Living Thrift & Minimalism In This Article Expand Our Top Picks Gourmet Burgers Salads Sides Sauces One of our favorite vegan-friendly casual dining spots, Red Robin has offered big portion burgers and brews since 1969. Red Robin earns extra credit for clearly defining their vegan options as having no meats or poultry, animal products, eggs, or milk. Not all sit-down restaurant chains offer such transparent nutrition information. Key to Red Robin's vegan offerings is their house Vegan Veggie Patty, developed with Morningstar Farms, which can be swapped into most burgers to create a vegan-friendly option. In addition, Red Robin also offers the Impossible Burger as a meat substitute. And in Canada, customers can order LightLife burger patties. Ready to eat? Here's our comprehensive guide to all the vegan options at Red Robin. Our Top Picks You've got lots of vegan options to choose from at Red Robin, so we've picked our favorites to make your next order quick and delicious. Southwest Chicken Salad With black beans, avocado, tomatoes, onions, corn, lime, and tortilla strips over mixed greens, you can make your Southwest Chicken Salad vegan by swapping the chicken for an Impossible Burger or Vegan Veggie Patty, the fried jalapeño coins for jalapeños, and requesting no cheese or dressing. Add house-made salsa and a side of black beans or corn for a fiesta in your mouth. The Madlove Burger This twist on a classic includes citrus-marinated tomatoes, jalapeño relish, avocado, red onions, and lettuce. Order your Madlove Burger with an Impossible Burger or Vegan Veggie Patty. Swap the brioche, which contains both eggs and butter, for Wedgie Style (served on lettuce instead of bread), or choose a Classic Sesame or Tavern Bun. Hold the cheese crisp, cheese, and bacon. Treehugger Tip Level up your Madlove Burger by requesting pineapple slices as an extra topping. (Ask your server if pineapple is available at your location.) Vegan Gourmet Burgers While you can swap any beef or chicken patty for a Vegan Veggie Patty or Impossible Burger, some of Red Robin's burgers aren't able to be made vegan. Here are our favorite ways to order yourself a burger using all the vegan toppings Red Robin has available. Make sure to order your burger Wedgie Style or a Classic Sesame Bun or Tavern Bun. Burnin' Love Burger. (Swap the beef patty for a Vegan Patty or Impossible Burger, swap the fried jalapeño coins for jalapeños, and ask for no chipotle aioli, cheese, or fried whole jalapeño.)Guacamole Bacon Burger. (Swap the beef patty for a Vegan Patty or Impossible Burger, swap the mayo for house-made salsa, and hold the cheese and bacon.)Impossible Gourmet Cheeseburger. (Swap the mayo for house-made salsa or guacamole and hold the cheese.)Keep It Simple - Beef. (Swap the beef patty for a Vegan Patty or Impossible Burger.)Monster Cheeseburger. (Swap the two beef patties for Vegan Patties or Impossible Burgers, swap the mayo for house-made salsa or guacamole, and hold the cheese.)Scorpion Burger. (Swap the beef patty for a Vegan Patty or Impossible Burger and swap the mayo for house-made salsa or guacamole.)The Wedgie Burger. (Swap the beef patty for a Vegan Patty or Impossible Burger and hold the bacon. Comes with a bottomless side salad.)Veggie Vegan Burger. (Comes with an unlimited side of steamed broccoli.)The Madlove Burger. (Swap the brioche for Wedgie Style, Classic Sesame Bun, or Tavern Bun. Hold the cheese crisp, cheese, and bacon. Add pineapple slices, if available.) Vegan Salads Make a killer vegan salad by ordering the Bottomless House Salad without the croutons or cheese. Then pile on the add-ons (which vary by location): arugula, green leaf lettuce, iceberg, romaine, basil, cilantro, parsley, red and green cabbage, carrots, cucumber, jalapeño, red and yellow raw onion, red pepper, pineapple slices, and tortilla strips. Dress your salad with their Oil & Vinegar Dressing, the only vegan dressing option, and a dash or two of Red Robin seasoning, which is also vegan. Vegan Sides You may have heard about Red Robin's all-you-can-eat steak fries. We regret to inform you they are not vegan, nor are any of the fried sides at Red Robin. But don't worry—you've still got a bottomless side salad or steamed broccoli, plus these other vegan Red Robin sides: ApplesBlack BeansCarrotsPickled JalapeñosCorn Vegan Sauces Many of Red Robin's burgers distinguish themselves based on their sauces. Here are your vegan options: Cocktail SauceGuacamoleHouse-Made SalsaIsland Heat SauceScorpion Sauce Frequently Asked Questions Are Red Robin's fries vegan? None of the fries at Red Robin are vegan-friendly. The steak fries, sweet potato fries, zucchini fries, and garlic fries all contain both eggs and milk. The same goes for the onion rings and Yukon chips. Does Red Robin have any vegan desserts? No, none of Red Robin's desserts are vegan. All contain either eggs, milk, or both.