This is a true american sports bar service good quality steaks and texmex dishes etc. in nice atmosphere.
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Am here from States. Was cruising mall, wanted a beer and a light snack. OK, so it's a Fridays. Typical US place. But, having a local dinner at a local restaurant for dinner. I knew I could probably order something familiar, chicken wings, have a...More
We were in Santiago in March 2016 which coincided with Argentina V Chile futbol match in Santiago. We could not get tickets so we decided to watch the game here. The place was crowded with a lot of energy for both teams and was very...More
We went in to this place on Constitucion road for lunch. They had an ad out doors telling: Half price. I asked about the price and had the answer that this was the case. So we had a sallad, a Pisco Sour which was good...More
This restaurant used to be medium, but now they really are a bad choice, as they have reheated food, bad service (full of servers but they chat and waste time ) and good luck getting your check Este restoran era de mediana calidad, pero ahora...More
Slow, tasteless food and not a great value. Maybe the burgers are worth a try but the rest I guess not. I had the Jack Daniels Chicken and had to send the plate back twice: first it came overcooked and then not grilled properly. Side...More
I was just strolling around the Arauco shopping mall when I saw Friday´s. To cool off I climbed up the stairs and took place at the bar. I just had the Pisco Sour which was good. The bartender friendly and fast. Typical American restaurant.
It is a standard Friday's, but it has the Torobayo draft beer, which is from Chile and even that rare to find!!! Despite that has some amazing dishes !
I went at night and the atmosphere was weird. They had a DJ playing music that sounded like a European 80's electronic music party (I don't think I've seen DJ's in other Friday's). The place doesn't seem decorated like an average Friday's and it has...More
Sometimes, you just need a simple, uncomplicated burger-and-chips. US-style. Lots of toppings, a great selection of drinks and sides, perhaps coupled with service somewhat more attentive than is typical of Chile. For all of these things, I would recommend... Johnny Rockets Santiago. Yes, you heard....More