Monday’s grand opening also raised money for the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.LowerProvidencePatch.com Posted by Nicole Foulke
The newest restaurant in the Providence Town Center held a grand opening Monday morning, as Red Robin officially opened its doors.
The new restaurant, located at 422 and Route 29 in Upper Providence, is the franchise’s 20th Red Robin location. It is also the largest in the area, with the capacity to seat 288 guests with a year-round patio.
“We are thrilled to be expanding the Red Robin family of restaurants in Pennsylvania, while also supporting such a wonderful community cause,” said Frank Godwin, general manager of the Collegeville Red Robin® restaurant.
During “mock services” from Wednesday through Saturday at the location, Red Robin donated all profits from beverage sales to the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
“On behalf of the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, I would like to thank Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group for choosing to support us during its opening week celebration,” said Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Campaign Director Lauren Iannucci. “The money raised during the restaurant’s grand opening week will provide us with much needed funds.”