Applebee’s Livonia & Southfield Ribbon Cutting Celebrations
As part of our ribbon cutting ceremonies to celebrate the opening of our two newest Applebee’s restaurants in Livonia and Southfield, we’ll be hosting two Dine to Donate events that will benefit local organizations.
Our first Dine to Donate event takes place Wednesday, May 27 at our Livonia restaurant and will benefit the Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation and the Livonia PTSA Council. Applebee’s will donate 20% of all guests’ food bills from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 27 to the Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation, which provides additional financial support to the district for innovative programs and service. Similarly, Applebee’s will donate 20% of its food sales between the hours of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. to the Livonia PTSA Council, which is composed of 25 PTA and PTSA councils throughout the district who strive to serve as a resource to families within the community.
Our second Dine to Donate event takes place Friday, May 29 at our Southfield restaurant and will benefit the Field Zone Youth Center and Forgotten Harvest. Applebee’s will donate 20% of all guests’ food bills from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to the Field Zone Youth Center, an organization that encourages positive recreational choices among local youths by creating a hub of fun and safe community activities. Additionally, Applebee’s will donate 20% of its food sales between the hours of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. to Forgotten Harvest to aid the organization in its efforts to relieve hunger in metro Detroit.
Visit our Applebee’s page to find addresses and a map for the Livonia and Southfield restaurants.
The Applebee’s Livonia and Southfield locations opened in late 2014 and are two of TSFR’s first new Applebee’s locations in the Detroit market since August 2005. The restaurants feature a new and improved layout designed to elevate the dining experience for guests, including high-rise ceilings, an expanded bar area with additional seating and more televisions, larger windows to provide more natural light, as well as décor specific to the Livonia and Southfield communities.