TGI Friday's Snake Head Incident Becomes A Cold Case

TGI Friday's Snake Head Incident Becomes A Cold Case

The decomposed snake head that a Clifton Park, NY man discovered in his side portion of broccoli has reached the end of its strange, unappetizing journey—for now. Since Consumerist broke the story back in May, there have been no leads.

TGI Friday's Learns That Serving Decomposed Snake Heads Is Bad For Business

TGI Friday's Learns That Serving Decomposed Snake Heads Is Bad For Business

Back at the beginning of May, Consumerist broke the story of a man who discovered a decomposing snake head in his side order of broccoli at TGI Friday’s. We even had charming pictures. The next week, Albany, NY-area news media reported that the snake wasn’t steamed with the broccoli, but the restaurant and police still don’t know who the herp perp could be. What they do know is that the notoriety from the snake incident has hurt business.

Snake Head On T.G.I. Friday's Plate Wasn't Cooked With Broccoli

Snake Head On T.G.I. Friday's Plate Wasn't Cooked With Broccoli

Lab tests are back on the side dish serpent an upstate New York man found on his plate at T.G.I. Friday’s (a story we broke, with pictures). The snake wasn’t cooked with the broccoli. It wasn’t cooked at all.

Please, TGI Friday's, Stop Sending Me Welcome E-Mails

Please, TGI Friday's, Stop Sending Me Welcome E-Mails

Dasha, the “savings” blogger at my former newspaper, signed up for the TGI Friday’s mailing list, hoping to receive deal notifications and coupons. She didn’t expect the volume of mail that showed up in her inbox before 6 AM.

TGIFridays Apologizes For Refusing Service To Disabled Teen

TGIFridays Apologizes For Refusing Service To Disabled Teen

The manager at T.G.I. Friday’s in Wheeling told the Arlington Heights family on Saturday that the restaurant couldn’t accommodate Dawn even after Greenberg showed him her Public Access card, which explains the Americans With Disabilities Act.

TGIFriday's Introduces Smaller Portions At A Discounted Price

TGIFriday's Introduces Smaller Portions At A Discounted Price

es, and desserts at a chain restaurant can top 2,000 calories apiece, I’m pleased that T.G.I. Friday’s is listening to their customers and recognizing that it can play a role in improving the public’s health,” said CSPI executive director Michael F. Jacobson. “Since Americans now get about one-third of their calories from restaurants, the increased availability of healthier, portion-controlled options is a real benefit to calorie-conscious diners.”

The Really Big Guide To Secret Menu Items

The Really Big Guide To Secret Menu Items

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