Whether it’s a warm-up appetizer or an ultimate dessert finale that makes your meal complete, Friday’s has the winning recipe. Starting today, guests can treat themselves like it’s Friday with the new Pick 2 for $10 menu, making it easier for guests to satisfy their savory craving or sweet tooth without breaking the bank. With the return of old favorites and the introduction of new temptations, Friday’s now offers more options to pick the perfect pair for a meal.
The Pick 2 for $10 allows guests to pair either an appetizer or dessert with their entree, customizing their ideal meal. Whether you pick the Spinach Florentine Flatbread to complement the Dragonfire Chicken, or enjoy a sweet finish to the Jack Daniel’s Pulled Pork Sandwich with the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie, there are a variety of combinations available from the 18 different items on this new menu.
In conjunction with the Pick 2 menu, Friday’s is introducing new entrees, as well as bringing back some old favorites by popular demand. The all new Pan-Seared Parmesan Flounder, as well as signature entrees, including the Jack Daniel’s Pulled Pork Sandwich and Parmesan-Crusted Chicken, are now available. In addition, the ever-popular Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie is also making a sweet return this fall.
As part of its new menu offerings, Friday’s is also introducing two new drink options guests can pair with their meal. The skinny version of its signature Long Island Iced Tea, On Thin Iced Tea is made with sugar free triple sec syrup, skinny agave sour and diet cola to lower the calorie count without losing the classic flavor. The new Jackberry Smash is made with Jack Daniel’s Whiskey, peach schnapps and blackberries to offer a new flavor twist.
Menu items available in Pick 2 for $10:
•Spinach Florentine Flatbread •Savory Soup of Your Choice •Fried Mozzarella •Pan-Seared Pot Stickers •Crispy Green Bean Fries •Classic Wedge Salad
•Oreo Madness •Vanilla Bean Cheesecake •Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie
In addition to the Pick 2 for $10 menu, Friday’s is introducing items available on the regular menu. Part of the expanding seafood line, the Parmesan-Crusted Salmon with Crab features a seven ounce Norwegian salmon filet, topped with crab meat, and the Roasted Seasonal Vegetable Medley, can be paired with either flounder or salmon. Finally, guests can finish their meal with the ultimate fall dessert, the Cinnamon Spiced Apple Crumble.
The Pick 2 for $10 menu is offered in participating markets only.
yeah 2 for 10 was not bad, specially if you share an app and share a dessert. Note that they redid the menu and took some things out like potato skins and the brownie obsession. But I do welcome the changes. The spinach flatbread was pretty good and so was the cheesecake.
BTW, their computer system now takes the discounts out of each meal automatically. I was confused when I got the bill this past weekend and asked the server what was going on. He said, in the past, they had to specifically select the 3x12 button, or else, it would ring up everything and they had to get overrides. Now, it discounts a portion of the app and of the meal.
Reminds me to cash in my steak from the rewards card...
posted: Oct. 3, 2011 @ 9:41p
Don't quite get it. Can I order 2 entrees then? Let's say 2 chicken fingers? or does one of them has to be appetizer
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posted: Oct. 3, 2011 @ 9:45p
IwantItCheaper said: Don't quite get it. Can I order 2 entrees then? Let's say 2 chicken fingers? or does one of them has to be appetizer
No, one entree + choice of either an appetizer or a dessert.
posted: Oct. 3, 2011 @ 10:33p
Good deal, but, unfortunately, TGIF food quality has declined recently, and their service has completely gone to the dumps. Three out of three recent visits at three different TGIF's have been bad experiences. I used to go there very frequently, but lately, TGIF is becoming the new Bennigan's...
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posted: Oct. 3, 2011 @ 10:44p
considering all the closed stores here,yes looking like midnite out of biz boardup as benny;s did
posted: Oct. 4, 2011 @ 4:54a
Am I the only one that wants to know what a mrenu is?
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posted: Oct. 4, 2011 @ 8:17a
MelissaAnne said: Am I the only one that wants to know what a mrenu is? yes
posted: Oct. 4, 2011 @ 2:27p
I definitely like this deal more then the 2 entrees and appetizer for $20. Last time I was there, the servers were nice that we played some games and I won a free appetizer card Probably one of those birthday giveaways. Green Bean Fries FTW!
posted: Oct. 4, 2011 @ 3:41p
there are two tgif friday near me, both on located in a high income area, sterling heights and troy, michigan. these were my favorite places at night after bowling or quick lunch. however, like samiam68 said, there quality indeed going down quite bit. the food and the services are definitely not at the same level as they used to be. our last few visits were disappointed, the food was really terrible at both location, and the services were alright, but not as friendly and welcome as they used to be. so we stop going there for a few months now.
10 for $2 is good, maybe i will give them another try.
posted: Oct. 4, 2011 @ 3:50p
samiam68 said: Good deal, but, unfortunately, TGIF food quality has declined recently, and their service has completely gone to the dumps. Three out of three recent visits at three different TGIF's have been bad experiences. I used to go there very frequently, but lately, TGIF is becoming the new Bennigan's...
I agree about the quality of the food and service. NYC (pick anyone) and Clifton, NJ have certainly reached low points. Would only reconsider, if someone would actually recommend a "good" TGIF franchise anywhere in the NYC/North Jersey area.
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