Chili’s shuffles menu options offer “3 for me” deal

Chili’s Grill & Bar is offering a new “3 for me” value deal that replaces both the longstanding “3 for $10.99” and “2 for $25” deals, the company announced Thursday.

Dallas-based Brinker International Inc.’s casual dining division said the new “3 for me” menu has drink, appetizer and main course options between $10.99 and $14.99. Upgrades on drinks and appetizers are available for an additional $2.49.

“3 for Me offers our customers unbeatable value with more personalization than ever before,” said Michael Breed, Chile’s senior vice president of marketing, in a statement. “Particularly in today’s inflationary environment, it’s important that customers know they can count on us to deliver a complete Chilean experience at an attractive price.”

The “3 for me” menu includes main sandwiches at $10.99, fajitas and pasta at $11.99, grilled chicken and carne asada with cilantro and lime at $12.99 and a six-ounce sirloin at $14.99.

Chili’s maintains its “LunchBreak Combos” weekdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., offering an appetizer and main course for $9.

This lunch menu includes items such as Bacon Ranch Chicken Quesadilla, OG Chili, and Chipotle Chicken Fresh Mex Bowl, along with the option of a dessert.

Chili’s has more than 1,600 restaurants in 29 countries and two territories. Brinker also owns the casual dining brand Maggiano and the virtual brands It’s Just Wings and Maggiano’s Italian Classics.

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