The Red Robin gourmet hamburger restaurant on Route 248 in Lower Nazareth Township is scheduled to complete facility upgrades in mid-November, owners said on Tuesday.
That means interior and exterior enhancements to the restaurant that opened in 1995, the second Red Robin for the Lehigh Valley.
Menu prices for the Lower Nazareth restaurant will roll back to 1995. The price rollback of 19 menu items will run Nov. 28 to Dec. 11, and include selections like $7.29 bacon cheeseburgers, $3.95 Absolute Lemonade drinks, $3.99 fried zucchini and $7.29 crispy chicken sandwiches.
The Lower Nazareth restaurant is owned by Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group, the Lower Macungie-based group that owns nearly 20 Red Robin restaurants, including all five in the Valley.
The group held a similar price rollback after last year’s renovation of the Red Robin in Tilghman Square Shopping Center in South Whitehall.
The restaurant group also recently opened a Red Robin next to Cabela’s outside Hamburg.