Every night is the weekend at this bistro, where families enjoy American kitsch and cuisine alongside partying singles..
The much-copied look of hardwood floors, decorative stained glass, checked tablecloths, brass rails and walls filled with knickknacks has been a staple at this restaurant franchise. Originally a hit for its frisky bar scene, Friday's is now known just as much for its kid-friendly entrees. The menu alternates between typical American fare (salads, potato skins, Angus burgers and grilled chicken) and modestly international cuisine like fajitas, wraps and pot stickers.
Another low-quality chain.
I've eaten at this TGI Friday's and other's. Every time I have gone to one I am sick later in the day through the night. This has always been the case for my dining companions as well.
They're a bit pricey for a chain. The food tastes good enough but I do wonder about its true quality. Consistency is the great benefit of chains. But when one gets consistently ill it's not so great.
The best flavoring TGI has is the Jack Daniel's sauce. Their salads are large but be sure to ask for extra dressing or you will want for more.
The decor is like so many other places but maybe a bit more overdone. Service is always great as is parking and handicap access. But I prefer to eat at places I will not have to wonder:
Will I be sick , again?
About the reviewer: I refuse to write a review on an establishment with less than 6 meals-not all my own, but all I can try. I've had meals varying from $1000 per plate to $2.99 early bird specials. I've worked in the field for many years & expect a certain level of service, even at a hole-in -the-wall. I've written reviews for a small New England paper & dine in family to up-scale establishments.
great place. comfortable neighborhood place,. easy seating, good service and wonderful food.
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