In Manhattan in 1965, there was no place where people could go out to meet friends and make new ones in an environment that was at once both relaxed and yet exciting. Then, Alan Stillman opened Fridays as a way, he said, "to meet Pan Am stewardesses." Suddenly, there was a place with great food, new and exciting drinks and an electric energy. A place where bartenders mixed the environment just as well as they mixed drinks. In short, a place like nowhere else. Today, Fridays in Atlanta, GA is.. still America's most iconic bar and grill. We embrace and celebrate our heritage as a bar. One that just happens to serve killer food in an environment where it's always Friday.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
This location is not as laid back as because of the Airport but if you like combination platters and appetizers this is the place for you. You can always expect a new menu item when you come into TGI Fridays.
Posted: 11/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This place was only good for its drinks. The food was horrible. My filet mignon was overcooked and I'm not terribly impressed with the overall feel of the place. It's very smokey inside, the crowd is really pretentious, and being in the airport the service is not tip top. I went once and didn't think it was worth it to go back
Posted: 12/22/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review