Tagged With Applebees

Applebee's offered free appetizers in hopes of luring in 10,000 job candidates and more than 40,000 applied

Restaurants are betting on to-go alcohol as business picks back up, but experts say competing with liquor stores won't be easy

Chains like Ruby Tuesday and Red Robin's will never recover until indoor dining fully reopens, as restaurant closures loom

6 delivery-only restaurants that customers probably don't realise are owned by massive chains such as Chilli's, Chuck E. Cheese, Applebee's, and Dog Haus

Restaurants face awkward questions about how to advertise re-opened dining rooms

I ate at Olive Garden, Applebee's, and Chilli's to see how going to casual dining restaurants has changed during the pandemic

A 5-year-old raised more than $1,300 running a lemonade stand for a firefighter who was shot at a Missouri Applebee's

Former employees share the best and worst things to order at Applebee's

A pizza lover discovered that the local pizzeria she thought she'd ordered from was actually Chuck E. Cheese, highlighting a popular tactic that many restaurants use

Here's a breakdown of which chain restaurants are planning to reopen their dining rooms, and which ones aren't

Coronavirus could send casual dining chains like TGI Fridays and Applebee's into a dark downward spiral

My favourite restaurant is Applebee's and these are the only dishes I'll ever order

The 7 biggest comeback stories in retail

We tried every single appetizer at Applebee's, and ranked them from worst to best

The 17 scariest crimes to ever hit the world of fast food

29 stores including Walmart and Nike were graded on their gun-safety policies — and more than half of them failed

A perfect storm of anxiety and the death of the American dream are transforming chains like Applebee's and TGI Fridays

Applebee's made the best comeback of 2018. Here's how the restaurant chain turned around.

We compared meals at Applebee's and Chilli's — and the winner was obvious

These are the restaurant chains that Gen Z eats at most, according to a survey of more than 1,800 young Americans