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.
Very poor dining experience. We attended TGIFriday's after a graduation ceremony held at the Orleans Arena. You would think they would have been prepared for an influx of people at 11 AM from an event that happened at their location, they were not. They tried to cram a group of 6 into a booth for 2-4, they did not have enough personnel to cover the crowd and the waiters were overwhelmed. In a 1.5 hr ordeal, we had zero soda refills, one water refill and the dirty appetizer plates remained on the table until the check was delivered. When our main course finally came out, it was sent to the wrong table where the people there had already dipped their forks into a couple of the items. The waiter wanted to simply take it off the wrong table and serve it to us after it had been touched by the other customers, we sent it back. We were not offered dessert or coffee. Overall one of the worst dining experiences we have ever had. I realize that the place isn't the Four Seasons, but they can do better than this.
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