All 5 Red Robin Burger Works Closing; Red Robin to Stay Open at Woodfield, Suburbs

Red Robin is closing all of its Chicago fast casual locations Red Robin Burger Works , according to Crains Chicago Business. Seventeen Red Robin restaurants in the suburbs, including Woodfield Mall, are still open.

Crains reported Monday that the fast food changed closed all of its 5 test market fast casual restaurants over the weekend, including two locations that were only open for six months.

Red Robin targeted Chicago as one of three U.S. markets to test its fast-casual subsidiary. Red Robin opened its first Burger Works concepts in Chicago in 2014, with locations on Michigan Avenue and on Chicago Avenue in the Gold Coast. Three restaurants followed in 2015. The 204 N. Wells St., closed earlier this year for “a temporary kitchen renovation,” but the restaurant never reopened.

Red Robin Seasoned Steak Fries are available at Jewel/Osco in Arlington Heights on rand Road and North Vail Avenue.


Crain’s Chicago Business Red Robin shutters all five Chicago Burger Works restaurants

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