What does Applebee’s mean to you? With sandwiches, salads, burgers, fan favorites and kids’ delights, it’s a reliably good meal for the whole family. To San Francisco visitors and residents alike, Applebee’s also means a special corner of Fisherman’s Wharf, the number one visitor attraction of the City by the Bay.
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In 2013, this Applebee’s location became San Francisco’s latest neighborhood bar and grill in a vast 400-seat space. So, bring the extended family and lots of friends along, too.
Just like in other Applebee’s locations, it’s the place to come for riblet platters, a signature dish that’s a crowd-pleasing favorite here and in more than 2,000 other Applebee locations.The Realburgers are always made with fresh 100 percent ground chuck, never frozen patties. The Applebee’s “Unbelievably Great-Tasting Under 550 Calories” selections are more popular than ever.
And, at Applebee’s, fans get to vote for their seasonal favorites so they’re always fresh and available on the menu. What favs are new? The Quesadilla Burger, Grilled Chicken Wonton Tacos, Bourbon Street Chicken & Shrimp, Crosscut Ribs, Shrimp & Parmesan Sirloin.
After all that sightseeing, how hungry are the kids? Applebee’s kids menu for ages 12 and under has meals for really hungry and really, really hungry. There’s chicken tenders, mac n’ cheese, mini burgers or cheeseburgers, chicken quesadilla, grilled cheese sandwich, a whole or a half cheesy pizza, corn dog, hot dog, fried shrimp or grilled sirloin. Pick a side, pick a drink and pick a dessert for those who still have room.
And for the grownups, a late-night happy hour with half-priced appetizers is held every Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to midnight and every Friday and Saturday night from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m. What favs are new at the bar? Take in th views from floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay while sipping an Old-Fashioned Jim Beam Bourbon or an American Mule with Tito’s Vodka. If you’ve got the nibbles, the new, fresh Salted Caramel Pretzel Bites served at the bar are flying out from the kitchen as fast as they’re made.
In the heart of the world-famous Fisherman’s Wharf, Applebee’s boasts one of San Francisco’s best views to complement the well-loved affordable, all-American food and drink. This is as different to a shopping mall location as you can imagine. Yet, it’s always good to know that there’s parking right next door in Anchorage Square.
If you’ve left the car at home, no worries at all, since Applebee’s big corner location is easy to spot and quick to get to on foot, by bus, even by boat or simply having fun hanging off the side of one of those iconic San Francisco cable cars.