My husband and me are frequent diners at Applebees. It is by far our favorite restaurant and we both agree the Muncie one is the best we have ever been to. The staff is always efficient, nice, and quick on the refills. I have never had a bad meal at this Applebees. The sirloin is always tender and juicy...food is never overcooked. I would highly recommend.
Sometimes noisy because of children.
Food and service are great in a very nice setting. New menu item, Hamburger Quesdilla, was very good. The new bar was very nice, as well as a new widescreen TV over the bar.
Applebee's is a great place for everyone to eat. Something for everyone...there is even a weight watchers points value menu which describes the nutritional value (for points) on some food items. The food here is really good. Take the whole family here, and there will be no complaints.
When Applebee�s first opened up I thought to myself, great another Bar. That�s all Muncie needs more bars.
I am not a �Tavern� person, nor do I consume alcohol for social occasions or frequent �Bars� as a matter of social behavior or manner of life.
I do however enjoy good food, prepared well and excellent service and also locally competitive pricing; all of which I have found to be true of Applebee�s Grill, which is part of a Sports Tavern Environment at its core.
The overall environment is somewhat noisy, but not loud or rowdy; clientele are well behaved, and the Tavern/Grill is seemingly very popular, as far as I have experienced thus far.
As you sit there in the outer ring of the eatery areas, you can look through very large windows and see all around the immediate North West Plaza and McGallard Ave. area. It is spacious and some what noisy but then that is what one should expect from a Sports Tavern Environment and it may be said, that it is the additional price to pay to have access to the rest of the Sit Down Restaurant �Grill� Environment.
All in All I like and enjoy the upbeat ambience of Applebee�s and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for great food, prepared and served well and competitively priced with other local fare.
As a Pastor, I do not endorse or recommend consumption of alcohol just to be sociable, as there is sufficient evidence that it has no real medicinal benefit save it deadening of ones sense.
If one is going to imbibe, let it be for toasting, or for sharing in the giving of thanks to God and let it not exceed a 4-6 oz wine goblet, sufficient to wet ones pallet.
Yet I have no reservation about going to such an establishment and taking the more spiritually mature of the congregation, who are able to enjoy the liberality that we all have in our Lord, Christ Jesus, even after fellowship services.