Applebee’s Kitchen Tours

New York’s favorite restaurant for youth groups is now New York’s favorite classroom. Student, scout, and homeschool groups will feel like Chefs for a day as they step into our one of a kind kitchen to learn the basics of food safety and restaurant operations in kitchen tours designed to compliment NYS Learning Standards.

Applebee’s Throughout all 5 Boroughs, Westchester & Rockland County.

Call for pricing information.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

School

Students will be treated to Mad Science’s most amazing science demonstrations. After dining, students receive a junior chef certificate with an added bonus to redeem for a special treat on their next visit. Learn more about our programs, including combos with some of New York’s most famous attractions!

supports classroom learning in:
Science, Social Studies.

topics covered:
Science, Chemistry, Social Studies, Economics, Industry, Safety, Health, Nutrition.

contact info
Phone: 212-262-4022
Email: group_sales@applemetro.com

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School Group Size: 15-200 students. Program Type: Day Trips, Guided Tours. Recomm. Length of Visit: 90 minutes. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Varies. Cost: Fee Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: Yes.

Restaurant Trip Tips

FUN FACTS

Did you know it is acceptable to belch and slurp your food in China? In Japan, leaving a bite of rice in your bowl is a polite way to say, “Seconds, please.” Eating with your hands is proper in Kenya, though you should remember to use your left hand. And in France, your bread does not go on a plate, but is placed directly on the tablecloth. Manners vary from country to country (sometimes even by household!), and can be a fun way to compare cultures and their attitudes toward food. When taking your students out for a meal, try discussing the purpose of etiquette rules, who created them, and how they differ from culture to culture.

View Lesson Plan>>

Applebee’s Kitchen Tours

New York’s favorite restaurant for youth groups is now New York’s favorite classroom. Student, scout, and homeschool groups will feel like Chefs for a day as they step into our one of a kind kitchen to learn the basics of food safety and restaurant operations in kitchen tours designed to compliment NYS Learning Standards.

Applebee’s Throughout all 5 Boroughs, Westchester & Rockland County.

Call for pricing information.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

Scouts

Scout groups can work toward badges in chemistry in the Mad Science Kitchen Chemistry Educational Program, where they’ll use fire to measure calories, and learn the science behind dry ice. Each program is followed by lunch. After dining, scouts receive a junior chef certificate with an added bonus to redeem for a special treat on their next visit. Learn more about our programs, including combos with some of New York’s most famous attractions! And be sure to ask about Breakfast With Santa!

supports scout badges in:
Science, Social Studies.

topics covered:
Science, Chemistry, Social Studies, Economics, Industry, Safety, Health, Nutrition.

contact info
Phone: 212-262-4022
Email: group_sales@applemetro.com

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School Group Size: 15-200 scouts. Program Type: Day Trips, Guided Tours. Recomm. Length of Visit: 90 minutes. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Varies. Cost: Fee Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: Yes.

Restaurant Trip Tips

FUN FACTS

Did you know it is acceptable to belch and slurp your food in China? In Japan, leaving a bite of rice in your bowl is a polite way to say, “Seconds, please.” Eating with your hands is proper in Kenya, though you should remember to use your left hand. And in France, your bread does not go on a plate, but is placed directly on the tablecloth. Manners vary from country to country (sometimes even by household!), and can be a fun way to compare cultures and their attitudes toward food. When taking your students out for a meal, try discussing the purpose of etiquette rules, who created them, and how they differ from culture to culture.

View Lesson Plan>>

Applebee’s Kitchen Tours

New York’s favorite restaurant for youth groups is now New York’s favorite classroom. Student, scout, and homeschool groups will feel like Chefs for a day as they step into our one of a kind kitchen to learn the basics of food safety and restaurant operations in kitchen tours designed to compliment NYS Learning Standards.

Applebee’s Throughout all 5 Boroughs, Westchester & Rockland County.

Call for pricing information.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

Camp

Camp groups will be treated to Mad Science’s most amazing science demonstrations. After dining, campers receive a junior chef certificate with an added bonus to redeem for a special treat on their next visit. Learn more about our programs, including combos with some of New York’s most famous attractions!

topics covered:
Science, Chemistry, Social Studies, Economics, Industry, Safety, Health, Nutrition.

contact info
Phone: 212-262-4022
Email: group_sales@applemetro.com

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School Group Size: Varies. Program Type: Day Trips, Guided Tours. Recomm. Length of Visit: 90 minutes. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1. Registration: Online. Food Options: Varies. Cost: Fee Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: Yes.

Restaurant Trip Tips

FUN FACTS

Did you know it is acceptable to belch and slurp your food in China? In Japan, leaving a bite of rice in your bowl is a polite way to say, “Seconds, please.” Eating with your hands is proper in Kenya, though you should remember to use your left hand. And in France, your bread does not go on a plate, but is placed directly on the tablecloth. Manners vary from country to country (sometimes even by household!), and can be a fun way to compare cultures and their attitudes toward food. When taking your students out for a meal, try discussing the purpose of etiquette rules, who created them, and how they differ from culture to culture.

View Lesson Plan>>

Applebee’s Kitchen Tours

New York’s favorite restaurant for youth groups is now New York’s favorite classroom. Student, scout, and homeschool groups will feel like Chefs for a day as they step into our one of a kind kitchen to learn the basics of food safety and restaurant operations in kitchen tours designed to compliment NYS Learning Standards.

Applebee’s Throughout all 5 Boroughs, Westchester & Rockland County.

Call for pricing information.

contact info

Hrs: Vary.

Homeschool

Homeschool groups will enjoy Mad Science’s most amazing science demonstrations our Mad Science Kitchen Chemistry Educational Program where they’ll use fire to measure calories and learn the science behind dry ice. Each program is followed by lunch. After dining, homeschoolers receive a junior chef certificate with an added bonus to redeem for a special treat on their next visit. Learn more about our programs, including combos with some of New York’s most famous attractions!

supports classroom learning in:
Science, Social Studies.

topics covered:
Science, Chemistry, Social Studies, Economics, Industry, Safety, Health, Nutrition.

contact info
Phone: 212-262-4022
Email: group_sales@applemetro.com

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School Group Size: 15-200 students. Program Type: Day Trips, Guided Tours. Recomm. Length of Visit: 90 minutes. Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1.Recommended Ratio of Youth to Chaperones: 10:1. Registration: Online, Phone, Email. Food Options: Varies. Cost: Fee Title I or Financial Support: Yes. Accessible To: Yes.

Restaurant Trip Tips

FUN FACTS

Did you know it is acceptable to belch and slurp your food in China? In Japan, leaving a bite of rice in your bowl is a polite way to say, “Seconds, please.” Eating with your hands is proper in Kenya, though you should remember to use your left hand. And in France, your bread does not go on a plate, but is placed directly on the tablecloth. Manners vary from country to country (sometimes even by household!), and can be a fun way to compare cultures and their attitudes toward food. When taking your students out for a meal, try discussing the purpose of etiquette rules, who created them, and how they differ from culture to culture.

View Lesson Plan>>

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