New TGI Fridays Braille Menus in Stores NationwidePublished on
TGIB at TGIF – Thank God it’s Braille at TGI Fridays!
Updated Menu Now Available in Braille and Large Print Versions
From New York to Los Angeles, individuals with low vision or blindness are treated as equals at Friday’s.
As of yesterday (Sept. 24th), TGI Friday’s restaurants across the United States have new up-to-date braille and large print menus available upon request for their blind and visually impaired customers! This is great news for sight-impaired people who enjoy visiting the classic casual dining family restaurant.
TGI Friday’s has carried braille and large print menus since way back in the 90’s and they continue to promote accessibility for every customer today. Friday’s was one of the first nationwide chains to offer alternative format menus, making them an industry leader in accessibility rather than a follower.
We all have more respect for leaders so let’s show TGI Friday’s how much we appreciate their efforts by stopping in for a delicious lunch or dinner this week; perhaps on Friday?
The updated menu features a lot of new appealing drinks & appetizing dishes; here are just a few to whet your appetite:
- Bee Sting
A bourbon-flavored blend of Maker’s Mark Kentucky Bourbon, clover honey and fresh lemon juice.
- Platinum Mojito
A crisp, refreshing blend of Atlantico Platino Rum, fresh mint, lime juice, agave and soda.
- Cherry Limeade Crush
Muddled cherries, fresh lime, pomegranate, Sprite®.
- Strawberry Lemonade Crush
Fresh muddled strawberries, house-made sour, fresh lemons, Sprite®.
- Bacon and Bleu Sirloin
Our classic American cut of tender Black Angus 10-ounce sirloin grilled to order, then crusted with bleu cheese and crisp bacon. Served with your choice of two sides.
- Chicken Florentine Piccata Pasta
Garlic marinated chicken breasts fire-grilled and served over multi-grain angel hair pasta tossed in a light lemon-wine cream sauce with a sauté of cremini mushrooms, balsamic onions, red peppers, capers and fresh spinach.
Feel free to suggest Braille Works to any restaurants in your area that don’t offer braille or large print menus; we’d love the opportunity to help. Thank you!
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