Applebee’s shows us what Eatin’ Good in the Neighborhood means with its new All You Can Eat offers, promoted through a series of ads.
The restaurant chain uses its iconic slogan (” Eatin’ Good in the Neighborhood”), which was replaced in 2012 by “See You Tomorrow”, to highlight that its famous All-You-Can-Eat Riblets are back and they are now available, along with All-You-Can-Eat Chicken Tenders, at $12.99. Both are served with All-You-Can-Eat Classic Fries and cole slaw, all day, every day, at Applebee’s restaurants nationwide, but only for a limited time.
The spots are soundtracked by Celine Dion’s hit single “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now”, included on her fourth English-language studio album, “Falling into You”, released in 1996.
The first order of All-You-Can-Eat Riblets includes 12-ounces of riblets slow cooked and served dripping in either Honey BBQ or Spicy Texas BBQ sauce, with Classic Fries and cole slaw. Refills include six more ounces of riblets, a side of Classic Fries and choice of the two sauces. The first order of All-You-Can-Eat Chicken Tenders includes seven chicken tenders, a side of honey Dijon mustard, a side of Classic Fries and cole slaw. Refills include three chicken tenders, a side of Classic Fries and honey Dijon mustard. Those who crave for both can opt for the All-You-Can-Eat Mix & Match, which gives them the chance to start with riblets and refill on chicken tenders, or start with chicken tenders and refill with riblets.
Applebee’s kicked off the new year by introducing another great Neighborhood Drink offer, the 2 DOLLAR Blue Moon, which is available starting January 1, 2018, for $2.