Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar added new entrées to the popular 2 for $20 and 2 for $25 value menus, which give guests two full-sized entrees and an appetizer for an unbeatable price. The new items further deliver on Applebee's mission to provide guests with fresh, craveable variety at a bold value.
The Applebee's new Caprese Mozzarella Burger: Sauteed garlic and onions seared into an all-beef patty and topped with balsamic aioli, grilled tomatoes, grilled red onions, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil. Served with classic fries.
"At Applebee's, we are always creating in the kitchen, looking for new ways to give guests the flavorful dishes they crave at a value they can get excited about," says Cammie Spillyards-Schaefer, vice president and executive chef of Applebee's. "One of our most popular offerings, the 2 for $20 menu, was the perfect way for our culinary team to think outside the box and develop fresh, innovative offerings that our guests would love."
The new 2 for $20 entrée lineup includes:
- New Caprese Mozzarella Burger: Sautéed garlic and onions seared into an all-beef patty and topped with balsamic aioli, grilled tomatoes, grilled red onions, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil. Served with classic fries.
- New Caprese Mozzarella Chicken: Grilled chicken breast, fresh mozzarella, tomato, red onion, basil, and balsamic glaze. Served with garlic mashed potatoes.
- New Spinach & Artichoke Chicken Cavatappi: Grilled chicken breast, cavatappi pasta, artichoke, grape tomatoes, Parmesan and crispy spinach leaves.
Now available on the 2 for $25 menu:
- Firecracker Shrimp Cavatappi: Crispy sriracha shrimp, cavatappi pasta, sautéed zucchini, red bell pepper, red onion and Parmesan sriracha cream sauce.
As an innovator of 2 for $20, Applebee's provides variety and value every day, frequently refreshing the menu to give guests more opportunity to experiment and discover new favorites while enjoying a shared meal with a friend, family member, or anyone who enjoys a good deal.
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