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Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill + Bar unveiled a line of Topped Steaks & Twisted Potatoes entrees starting at just $12.99.

Applebee's Adds Topped Steaks & Twisted Potatoes to Fall Menu

November 13, 2017 Industry News

Applebee's Neighborhood Grill + Bar unveiled a brand-new addition to its lineup of innovative menu offerings—a series of Topped Steaks & Twisted Potatoes—starting at just $12.99. The classic combination of steak and potatoes is a fan favorite and Applebee's is giving guests all the power to add their own savory twist by selecting a choice of steak, delicious toppers and a twisted potato side.

Steak and potatoes may seem like a common-place menu item in restaurants across America, but the dynamic duo did not appear on menus of mainstream restaurants until in the 1970s. After their debut, steak and potatoes grew into a well-loved staple in modern dining culture. For a fun spin on this classic staple, Applebee's decided to give steak and potatoes a delicious upgrade.

"At Applebee's we are always looking for ways to bring our guests the food they love and crave, and present it in a way they've never experienced," says Stephen Bulgarelli, chief culinary officer, Applebee's. "The customization and flavor options of the Topped Steaks & Twisted Potatoes allow our guests to choose a dependable flavor, while enjoying it in a way that is completely new and unexpected at their local restaurant."

Starting at just $12.99, the new Topped Steaks & Twisted Potatoes lineup includes:

  • Two Steak Choices: 6-ounce USDA Choice Top Sirloin and 8-ounce USDA Choice Top Sirloin
  • Three Steak Topper Choices: Tavern Mushroom & Onion, Savory Herb & Butter Sauce, Creamy Horseradish & Gravy Topper
  • Three Twisted Potato Side Choices (guests pick one): Twisted Tots, Loaded Potato Casserole Bake, Loaded Garlic Mashed Potatoes
  • One Perfect Side: Fresh Broccoli
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