Applebee's All-You-Can-Eat Menu Is Back, And There Are More Delicious Options

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Applebee's All-You-Can-Eat Menu Is Back, And There Are More Delicious Options

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Applebee's is known for their casual dining experience that caters to families across the U.S. They are among the few restaurant chains that are always making their menu more appealing and cheaper for customers.

If their limited time $1 alcoholic beverages like the Long Island Iced Tea or margaritas didn't entice you, bringing their all-you-can-eat menu back and adding more options will.

In mid-2017, Applebee's announced that they'll be closing more than 100 locations nationwide. That being said, not all those who heard this news were shocked.

At first it seemed like Applebee's was just another restaurant experiencing a difficult time during a recession, but that wasn't quite the case.

Applebee's customers took to social media to voice their frustrations about the decline in quality service.  

"The last few times I have had a bad experience at Applebee's. Will not return," wrote one Twitter user.

Despite all this, Applebee's is hoping to win back those who were upset over previous bad experiences and excite their loyal customers by bringing back their $12.99 all-you-can-eat deal for riblets.

But that's not all!

Starting January 1, Applebee's customers can purchase the all-you-can-eat riblets deal, whcih includes 12 ounces of slow-cooked riblets in honey barbecue or spicy Texas barbecue sauce, a side of fries and cole slaw.

But that's just the first round!

The second round, you get six more ounces, and a side of fries.

If you're not crazy about ribs, you can get all-you-can-eat breaded chicken tenders served with bottomless fries.

The first round features  seven chicken tenders with a side of honey Dijon mustard, fries and cole slaw, and if you choose to refill, the second round will include three tenders, fries and honey Dijon mustard.

If deciding between ribs and chicken is tough for you, Applebee's has also added the "All-You-Can-Eat Mix & Match" deal, where you can start with one dish and refill with the other.

Will you be taking advantage of this deal anytime soon?

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