TGI Fridays reopens with new look and food
TGI Fridays, has reopened their doors with a new look, but promises to have the same vibe.
The location first opened its doors in St Andrew, Jamaica in 2004, and since then has been a go-to location for tasty food, a vast array of cocktails and a pulsating energy.
According to Kerri Hosein, vice-president TGI Fridays, they still have the continuous goal of capturing every desired customer experience within their four walls and guests will get to experience the old favourites that made them famous, in the same space that now boasts a new appearance.
“Fridays new restaurant design is contemporary, authentic, comfortable and inviting. What differentiates us from other casual dining restaurants is our spectacular bar which is a natural magnet that draws people in, high-quality design elements and finishes that create a modern dining environment that’s warm and inviting. All the more reason for today’s guests to indulge their appetite for fun,” Hosein said.
SEE AND FEEL IT ALL
Hosein indicated that their new look represents how they want their guests to fully experience Fridays. “We want to be closer to our audience and appeal to them in several different ways all at once. Guests will now have a clear view of the experiences being formed all around them. From the mixology at the bar to the steamy sizzle at the kitchen area, we want you see and feel it all,” she said.
Guests will experience new menu innovations that will include a variety of fresh new flavours that you simply can’t resist. You will also experience new and flavoursome appetisers, entrees, burgers and desserts that will soon become favourites.
New handcrafted menu items include big AF (at Fridays) burgers, new legendary Fridays wings flavours, loaded Buffalo fries and other shareable platters, new entrées and craveable desserts.
Hosein said they were excited to be on this journey with their Kingston family and welcomed everyone back to their new favourite place.
“TGI Fridays has always been the place you go for great food and a good time with friends and family no matter the occasion. We have been known for creating that Fridays feeling any day of the week,” Hosein said.
“Now, we have raised the bar on that experience to deliver not only a fresh new look, but exciting new food and beverage options with exceptional service. We want people to look to us as the number one casual dining restaurant in Kingston for creating memorable occasions because In Here, it’s Always Friday,” she added.
Meanwhile, Simon Hardy, CEO of Prestige Holdings Limited, said the reopening of TGI Fridays is a reflection of their confidence in the Jamaican economy and strength of the TGI Fridays brand as they continue to elevate casual dining experience in Jamaica.