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Endless Food at TGI Fridays Isna¿¿t the Only Fun Thing Happening at Restaurants

by TheStreet 1:30 mins

Endless Food at TGI Fridays Isna¿¿t the Only Fun Thing Happening at Restaurants

by TheStreet 1:30 mins

The new Endless Appetizer promotion from TGI Fridays has received tons of attention on the internet. For a mere $10.00, a person could eat all they want of a single appetizer from the famed TGI Fridays menu. Talk about a group friendly promotion. Clearly, more traditional restaurants are trying to better compete with the hot fast casual chains Chipotle, Panera Bread, and Buffalo Wild Wings. From food trucks to celebrity-chef inspired burgers, Brian Sozzi has found some other creative ways these old school players in the restaurant business are trying to reconnect with customers this summer.

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