Tgi Fridays

2.92 Votes
  • Address: 761 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA, New York City, United States
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  • Phone: +1-2127678349
  • Tags: Bar

This wonderful restaurant in New York began offering its service in 1989, the first restaurant of this entire began in 1965 in Manhattan. The restaurant has a great reputation among the people of New York and has been favorite to many. As you enter the restaurant, you will be charmed by the festive vibe of this place. In addition to a number of delicious American dishes, this place also offers wonderful cocktails. The restaurant opens at 11.30 am and closes at 12am every day, while on Sunday it offers its service between 12pm to 12am.

How to Reach Tgi Fridays

  • Bus M50 to stop- W 50 St/7 Av

  • Tgi Fridays Address: 761 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA, New York City, United States
  • Tgi Fridays Contact Number: +1-2127678349
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  • 0.01% of people who visit New York City include Tgi Fridays in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Tgi Fridays visit around 12 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Tgi Fridays

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tgi Fridays

People normally club together Coney Island Cyclone and Fanaberie while planning their visit to Tgi Fridays.

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Tgi Fridays Reviews & Ratings

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  • I have always been a fan of TGIF food. It's familiar and you know what to expect. I ordered the Signature Whisky Glazed burger with fries on the side and my brother ordered the Cajun shrimp and chicken pasta. He just stopped short of licking the dish up😂. He couldn't stop raving about the sauce. And my burger was absolutely delicious as well. Perfectly juicy and just the right amount of messy. The fries were crispy and perfectly seasoned (read not too salty unlike other places). I go there for the food (not a big fan of the dark interiors, but that's just me) and it has not disappointed me so far.

  • Went for some mid day drinks to celebrate a small occasion. It was pretty empty inside (ignoring the team or so people in our group) which was great since it meant we pretty much had the downstairs area to ourselves. Prices were fair and service was fine. We didn't get any food so can't comment on that.

  • The service was not good. We were forced to sit somewhere we did not like, even though there was plenty of space in the dining area. The food was a fiasco. The steaks were cooked wrong twice, the onion rings looked like they were dipped in an oil bath and were dripping oil. The potatoes skins tasted like oil and dry. The best part was the beer that was good. Staff needs to be retrained and the cook has to pay more attention to what he puts out.

  • The order was wrong. They had no beef ribs as advertised , the only drinks they had were soda which my family doesn't drink. The waiter however was the best part of the meal.

  • Not bad hidden spot but the big sign outside helps you find your way. It's funny it the closest place to have a cold beer a shot of 1800 and alright wings with ribs. Once you finish seeing amazing historical sights it's good to hydrate and have comforts food.

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