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When I have a lot on my plate, I like to go out and have a big meal that I can just enjoy and slow down a minute. We have been traveling with the twins a lot and we just finished hosting a fabulous garage sale.. We aren’t the only ones who traveled. My parents are usually a great help to Eric and I when it comes to watching Gwendolyn and Lawson, but they went away for a whole month, so we have been unusually busy. Times like these are when a good meal with family and finding a way to unwind is so important.
New Combos at Applebee’s
Eric and I took the babies out with us to lunch, because we needed to get away for the afternoon and Applebee’s® Neighborhood Grill + Bar has introduced new Bigger, Bolder Grill Combos. We had to go see about it, because it seems like a lot of food and a cheap date, with a starting price of $12.99.
The Grill Combos really do put a lot on your plate. You get a choice of two of the bolder grilled entrees from hearty ribs and steak, to leaner shrimp and chicken. Plus, you get a ton of sides.
The Half Rack Baby Back Ribs come with a Spicy Texas or Honey BBQ Sauce. The Honey BBQ Sauce also goes with the Grilled Shrimp Skewer. The Chicken has its own special Fireball® Whiskey-infused sauce that you have to try.
Each combo is served with steamed broccoli, garlic mashed potatoes, signature coleslaw and onion tanglers. Going to Applebee’s was a great choice, because we were both able to fill up and get a good value. Gwendolyn and Lawson are great in highchairs. They have really gotten used to sitting at the table when we eat and the servers loved them.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Applebee’s. The opinions and text are all mine.