Applebee’s Is Serving $5 Valentine’s Day Drinks Right Now—and We’re Placing an Order

Roses are red, violets are blue, Applebee's has new drinks, and they're perfect for you!

Valentine’s Day is coming up faster than you think, trust me. But wasn’t it just Christmas? Yes, it was—but it’s never too early to start planning a night with your special someone. You might prefer to stay in and whip up a Valentine’s Day dinner followed by a heart-shaped Valentine’s Day dessert. But if not, then Applebee’s Valentine’s menu to the rescue!

What’s on the Valentine’s Day Menu?

Listen, we have a love/love relationship with the Applebee’s drink specials—we love them, we hate that they have to go! Luckily, the $5 drinks always make a comeback.

Last year, Applebee’s had $5 gummy shark drinks and $5 Halloween cocktails. Now it’s time for drinks made with love, for the season of love!

The new $5 Smoocho Mucho drinks were made to be shared. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Tipsy Cupid: This vodka lemonade will be the perfect match for you and your SO this Valentine’s Day. Made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, strawberry and lemonade, it’s sweet and dangerous all mixed into one…just like that special someone.
  • Date Night Daiquiri: It really is love at first sight with this swirled frozen cocktail. This sweet Strawberry Mango Daiquiri is made with Bacardi Superior, and we bet you won’t be able to stop at one.

We found the best new Valentine’s Day candy for your special someone.

How to Order the $5 Drinks

You can find the Smoocho Mucho drinks at Applebee’s right now. You can head there for a night out—or for a night in with your #1, order the drink specials to go. (Just check ahead at your location, because not all Applebee’s have this option.) Each super-sweet drink is only $5 a pop and totally worth it. You’d better snatch yours up before they’re gone, because this Applebee’s drink special will only be around as long as supplies last!

Melany Love
Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.