Split a blooming onion with the family, or order an entree & get $4 appetizers like fried mac & cheese, wicked wings or chicken pot stickers.

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On March 15, 1965 casual dining got a serious kick start. That’s when a fun-loving New Yorker named Alan Stillman purchased a bar located on 1st Avenue and 63rd Street and named it T.G.I. Friday’s … Thank God It’s Friday’s. Today, there are T.G.I. Friday's all over the world serving a wide array of family-friendly food at moderate prices. Options range from soups and salads to fried shrimp platters, burgers, pasta, steaks & ribs, seafood and of course, a fun, energetic bar. Endorsed by "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" own Guy Fieri.

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