The concept of TGI Friday's American Bar was born in New York in 1965, and today there are over 400 branches all over the ... More
TGI Friday's American Bar
The concept of TGI Friday's American Bar was born in New York in 1965, and today there are over 400 branches all over the world. The American Bar in Oslo opened in 1997, on the city's main street, Karl Johan. As the name implies, this is undoubtedly as American you can get, decorated with dark wood and brass, and with the sound of American pop music from the loudspeakers. The waiters all have different personalities, giving you some of that Pulp Fiction-feeling. Speaking of movies, check out the bartenders. They are trained by the same people that taught Tom Cruise in Cocktail. The American Bar serves a wide range of excellent alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tea and coffee, and traditional food like hamburgers, Tex-Mex and ribs. Prices are above average.
This American theme restaurant and bar has everything that is expected from the legendary TGI Friday's chain a very lively
atmosphere, a wide selection of pizzas, burgers, fajitas and steaks and, of course, bottle flipping and cocktail juggling bartenders. ...
This branch of the well known Friday's chain is a near exact replica of similar moulds elsewhere. Heavy use of
timber from floor to ceiling generates a country and Western ambience, matched by a sometimes heavy drinking crowd of ...
Here, everyday is a Friday. The clientele varies from serious drinkers, families, and corporate types out to luncheon. The interiors
are loud, and have been done up in a typical American decor with cowboy hats, movie posters, a life ...