You Can Now Have Applebee’s Cater Your Event

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If you’ve ever thrown a holiday party or dinner gathering, you know that preparing the food can take a lot of work. Even if you’re only having a handful of guests, it can get overwhelming — fast. Luckily, just in time for this year’s holiday parties, Applebee’s is here to save the day with a new catering service that will save you time and won’t eat up your holiday budget.

Prices start as low as $10 per person on parties of six or more, and all plates, cutlery and serving utensils are included. Placing your order can be done online, over the phone or at your local restaurant up to 14 days in advance or with as little as two hours’ notice — for those times when you forgot you were in charge of the menu.

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The catering service is not available in all restaurant locations, so be sure to check with your local Applebee’s before deciding that’s how you’ll be feeding your guests.

Delivery is not available through the website, so if you don’t have time to pick up the order yourself, you’ll want to call your local restaurant to see if delivery is an option.

So, what exactly can you order? Just about anything you want — including appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks! From appetizers like boneless wings and mozzarella sticks to salads, sandwiches and even French fries and brownies, you can pretty much guarantee the food at your party is going to be amazing.

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Will you be having Applebee’s cater your next event?

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