The Salvation Army announced that Rubio’s Coastal Grill is providing hot meals to those in need during the COVID-19 crisis.
Enabling families to shelter in place and still enjoy taco night at home, Rubio’s Coastal Grill has introduced the new family taco kit.
Perfect for those seeking alternatives to red meat and poultry during Lent, Rubio’s is introducing a new Norway Lobster Burrito, and the return of a favorite—the Wild-Caught Red Argentinian Shrimp.
The new year brings two new Rubio’s build-your-own bowls, making it easier than ever to eat more greens and choose healthy proteins.
Rubio’s Coastal Grill is kicking off the holiday season with the return of wild-caught Langostino Lobster.
Celebrate National Taco Day at Rubio’s and get any taco on the menu free, with the purchase of a beverage, on Friday, October 4, 2019.
With 206 locations and 35 years in business, what has contributed most to Rubio’s Coastal Grill’s success? Cofounder Ralph Rubio says the Original Fish Taco, hands down.
Rubio’s Restaurants, the brand known for its coastal cuisine and popularizing the fish taco, is adding swordfish to its seasonal menu this summer.
The Slapfish’s Clobster Grilled Cheese
“Adding rich lobster to an iconic dish like grilled cheese is a no-brainer.
Rubio’s Restaurants is bringing back its Chimichurri Tacos with added variety and flavor, now available with Wild Alaska Coho Salmon, all natural steak, and all natural chicken.