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Applebee's Selling $2 Blue Moons, All-You-Can-Eat Riblets and Chicken Tenders in January

Applebee's Selling $2 Blue Moons, All-You-Can-Eat Riblets and Chicken Tenders in January

Basically we’re going to have a chicken tender-Blue Moon party all January long

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Applebee’s is busting out the deals for January. The longtime favorite casual restaurant and our new fave place for cheap drinks will be selling Blue Moon beers for just $2 all January long! Even more exciting, you can pair your $2 beer with their returning offer of all-you-can-eat riblets or their new all-you-can-eat chicken tenders.

If you’ve ever ordered the all-you-can-eat riblets, then you know that your two or two hundred plates will come with honey barbecue or spicy Texas barbecue sauce. Should your New Year’s resolution be to eat less red meat, you can skip the riblets and order plates on plates of chicken tenders, which are served with a honey Dijon mustard sauce. Both options come with coleslaw and infinite fries.

Don’t want to choose? You can order riblets and then chicken tenders for an unending mix and match of meats. Didn’t know Applebee’s had all-you-can-eat options? We bet you’ll be amazed by these 10 things you didn’t know about Applebee’s.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


Islanders can relish in this unlimited deal

Being situated in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, residents in Hawaii are more than used to commercials of their favorite mainland franchises advertising a delicious deal only to be sideswiped by the fine print at the end, which excludes Hawaii.

The “promotion not available in Alaska and Hawaii” disclaimer resounds by the announcer as upbeat music fills the background and happy faces bite into the dishes that Hawaii residents end up paying more for.

Thankfully for islanders, Applebee’s Grill & Bar has stepped in and put a stop to this pattern. The popular eatery is spanning its $12.99 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Riblets and Chicken Tenders promotion all the way across the Pacific to include Hawaii.

General manager Gladys Duenez of Applebee’s Pearlridge location explains that this is the first time the Hawaii franchise is able to mimic the prices found on the mainland. Residents can stop into any Applebee’s location on the island and enjoy this promotion until mid-February.

“Our pork is tender and falls off the bone,” says Duenez, when describing the AYCE Riblets. “It’s more meaty, is slow-cooked and comes dripping with your choice of honey barbecue or Texas barbecue sauce.”

The Classic Combo ($16.50) with Top-Shelf Long Island Iced Tea ($8.99)

Duenez also explains that the meal comes with a side of coleslaw and bottomless fries, and diners may mix- and-match between unlimited riblets and chicken tenders — so it’s not just one or the other.

The bar also is offering promotional refreshments available until mid-February. Sip on Carolina Peach Long Island Iced Tea ($9.99 regular, $12.99 mucho), as well as $2 Blue Moon, while “grinding” on the AYCE promotion or the establishment’s popular The Classic Combo ($16.50) appetizer.

What’s more, Apple-bee’s is calling all of its baconand burger-lovers to try the Triple Bacon ($14.49) burger. Strips of bacon are seared in a juicy all-beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, tangy barbecue bacon ranch sauce, and even more crispy bacon slices. All this overflowing goodness is packed between two soft brioche buns.


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