Weight Watchers Points


Find out the Weight Watchers points for your favorite menu items at Rock Bottom restaurant or use the nutrition information to make healthier choices.

For WW members, you will find 3 columns of points. The first are the SmartPoints followed by the plus values and lastly the original WW points numbers.

If you are not a Weight Watchers member but still want to lose weight, then check out the Rock Bottom nutrition also on this page. You can count calories, reduce total fats or watch your carbohydrates. You will also find saturated fat, fiber, protein and sugar. Just look up the values and track the numbers your diet plan requires.

Weight Watchers Points & Nutrition

Use the interactive features to view the Weight Watchers Points or restaurant nutrition in the table below. Click here for help on using the interactive features. We recommend using Google Chrome or Internet Explorer for the interactive table as some of the interactive features do not work with FireFox.

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Menu Group Menu Item Serv SPts Pts + Org Pts Cal Tfat Sfat Fib Pro Carb Sug
Click on any menu item to see additional nutrition information
Menu Group Menu Item Serv SPts Pts + Org Pts Cal Tfat Sfat Fib Pro Carb Sug

Nutrition Key:

SPts = Smart Points
Pts + =Points Plus
Org Pts = Original WW Points

Cal = Calories(kCal)
TFat = Total Fat(g)
SFat = Saturated Fat(g)
Fib = Dietary Fiber(g)
Pro = Protein(g)
Carb = Carbohydrates(g)
Sug = Sugar(g)

Note: The SmartPoints values are not adjusted for the new FreeStyle plan as nutrition generally does not show by ingredients. Therefore if there is a menu item you know includes a zero point food item, your points will be less than what is shown in the table.

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