4001 City Line Ave, Philadelphia, PA | Directions 1913140.062171 -75.227610
Neighborhoods: Northwest Philadelphia
Hood rat spot! Believe me!!! – Called in for take-out. Guy on the phone told me food will be ready in 15-20 minutes. Now I'm here it's damn near past 30 minutes since I ordered. No biggie though, because it was busy in there. I used to work in a restaurant, understand. I should of walked out as I walked in the door. I didn't feel comfortable inside. It was very loud, and somewhat unruly inside. A lot of hood rat customers was in there. Their conversations was way too loud! Not surprised though. Hunger prevailed over common sense. Some of the waiters acted unprofessionally. I think I saw one dancing like she was in a rap video, and talking hoodrat slang. She should of left that sh-t at home, or for the birds. Anyway, I enjoyed the steak. I don't recommend dining in if you looking for a quiet family type atmosphere with good service. You won't get it here. This place 2 stars at best. I will not repeat!!! There were some doable chocolate honey waitresses working in there though. I would only come back here only if I can eat them...lol.
good service,,,greasy plate – I've been to many TGI,s along my travels as a familiar place for good food but this time I was greatly disappointed...Service was good but the dessert was sloppily put together on a visibly dirty ,greasy, and oily plate...there was no attempt at good" food presentation" and whomever put it together is not a professional!!!............quite frankly I was tempted to walk out....
Never again – My experience here was horrible. The meal was not cooked properly. There was a fly in my ice. The wait staff forgot out drinks and extra napkins. Very disappointing. Never go back again.....
Every night is the weekend at this bistro, where families enjoy American kitsch and cuisine alongside partying singles. – In Short
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.
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