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Irresist-A-Bowls return to Applebee’s restaurants nationwide

Grilled Chicken + Spinach Alfredo new for 2021

Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar + Grill has returned Irresist-A-Bowls to restaurants nationwide for a limited time. New for 2021, a Grilled Chicken & Spinach Alfredo Irresist-A-Bowl features penne pasta tossed in a creamy spinach Alfredo sauce, topped with grilled chicken, a blend of melted Cheddar and Parmesan cheeses and parsley. The special menu also includes Homestyle Chicken Bowl, Crispy Orange Chicken (or Shrimp) Bowl, Tex-Mex Shrimp Bowl, and Southwest Chicken Bowl.

Irresist-A-Bowls menu lineup for 2021

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Here are the choices Applebee’s released for spring:

  • Crispy Orange Chicken Bowl – breaded pieces of breaded tender boneless chicken breast pieces are tossed in a tangy orange sauce, served over stir-fried veggies and cilantro rice, then topped with green onions and toasted almonds
  • Southwest Chicken Bowl – a fiesta of Southwest flavors, including grilled chicken, house-made pico de gallo, and black bean corn salsa. Customers can substitute chicken with steak for an additional $2
  • Tex-Mex Shrimp Bowl – topped with zingy shrimp and fried wonton chips
  • Homestyle Chicken Bowl – piled with breaded pieces of boneless chicken and fried onion rings
  • Grilled Chicken & Spinach Alfredo Bowl – penne pasta tossed in a creamy spinach Alfredo sauce, topped with grilled chicken, a blend of melted Cheddar and Parmesan cheeses and parsley

On the Crispy Orange Chicken Bowl, customers can replace the chicken with shrimp at no additional cost, Applebee’s announced.

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Joel Yashinsky, chief marketing officer at Applebee’s commented, “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.”

Pricing and participation may vary from restaurant to restaurant across the system.

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