Applebee’s Irresist-A-Bowls are back and even tastier

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Applebee’s is known as the neighborhood bar and grill and the popular Irresist-A-Bowls have returned to the menu. Whether guests want to try the new Grilled Chicken and Spinach Alfredo Bowls or a returning favorite, this limited time menu is a reason to make a visit to the restaurant. Which bowl is your favorite?

Priced at just $8.99, the Applebee’s Irresist-A-Bowls were a huge hit with guests because they offered big flavor and serving size for a reasonable price. With a wide variety of options, guests can enjoy a new bowl every day of the week.

Joel Yashinsky, Chief Marketing Officer at Applebee’s said, “When Applebee’s re-introduced Irresist-A-Bowls last year, guests were very excited about the combination of fresh new flavors at a tasty price. Now, we are bringing more new flavors and favorites that give guests even more reasons to visit our restaurants or enjoy at home.”

Which Applebee’s Irresist-A-Bowls should you try first?

The Irresist-A-Bowls menu includes, the new Grilled Chicken and Spinach Alfredo Bowl, Homestyle Chicken Bowl, Crispy Orange Chicken Bowl, Tex-Mex Shrimp Bowl, and Southwest Chicken Bowl. Shrimp can be substituted for chicken at no cost. Steak is an additional $2 cost.

Thinking about all these bowl menu options, there is an option for almost any flavor craving. From the spicy options in the Tex-Mex Shrimp Bowl to the creamy, luscious flavor from the new Grilled Chicken and Spinach Alfredo Bowl, the variety ensures that everyone at the table is happy.

Bowls have been a big restaurant trend. That food choice takes traditional flavors and changes how it is enjoyed at the table. Sometimes that different plating makes the food seem new again.

The Applebee’s Irresist-A-Bowls are $8.99, but prices may vary depending on location. They are a limited time menu offer.

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Are you excited about the return of the bowls to the menu? Do you try new menu items at a restaurant or do you always ordering the same food?