The Applebee’s signature pork rib, which used to be a part of the menu, will be reintroduced for an unspecified time period. Although it was replaced with Wood Fired Ribs, it was still a cheaper true pork rib.
Starting today, All You Can eat riblets, chicken tenders, and shrimp are back at Applebee’s for only $14.99!
Riblets are technically not ribs. They are button ribs. In veal and lamb, they can refer to the ends of the ribs.
Pork, beef, lamb, and venison are cut of meat. They are usually referred to as ribs in American cuisine. They are often served with various sauces.
Do Applebees have ribs or pork?
The iconic pork rib served at Applebee’s will still be served indefinitely. However, the restaurant chain has replaced the ribs with wood-fired pork ribs.
If you like ribs, then you should definitely try the full rib cage. They also have a couple of special ribs offerings.
Applebee’s Riblet is back
The Riblet is back at Applebee’s, albeit for a limited stretch. The signature pork chop at Applebee’s will be offered for a limited time only.
The return of the riblet is a sign that the chain is regaining its customers who deserted it when it shifted to a more upscale position.
The failed repositioning of Applebee’s restaurants accelerated the chain’s sales decline and led to the departure of Julia Stewart as its CEO.
The new menu features a variety of fresh and seasoned chicken tenders, as well as the famous riblets. Chris Dharod, the president of the company’s Texas division, said the new offerings are designed to meet the varying needs of the guests.
Chicken tenders are also offered at Applebee’s. Customers can start with one or two of these, and then switch to another protein for a later helping.
The riblet is a limited-time promotion that gives customers 12 rib tips, along with a dipping sauce and fries.
This is not the first time that Applebee’s has brought back old favorites in an effort to boost sales. In 2010, for instance, the chain brought back margaritas at a bargain price of $1.