The good news: Every Wednesday at TGI Friday's you can buy any bottle of wine on the menu for half price during lunch hours, and they do have a decent selection of wine. The Ecco Domani pinot grigio was only $11.40 - less than I can buy it for at a liquor outlet.
Without the wine, lunch would have been unpleasant. It was cold in the restaurant, and we had to ask to be moved from underneath one of the AC vents.
A strange smell, faintly resembling fish rotting, greeted us as we entered. It got more pungent as time passed, and eventually our server even mentioned it. She said it wasn't coming from the kitchen. It didn't abate.
I ordered the chicken pecan salad entree. The fruits and greens were good, as was the dressing, but the chicken missed the mark. It was baked (or fried) in a type of nutty breading, but the breading was kind of squishy and tasted like it wasn't well done enough.
I've eaten at other TGI Friday's. Comparing this one, it's kind of dingy and didn't seem very clean. One of the servers was cleaning the table vacated next to ours with dirty looking rags, which made me want to spray our table with antibacterial cleaner.
Our server was very friendly, attentive, and efficient. The tab for a bottle of wine and two entrees was about $35. If not for the half price wine, this lunch would have been a tremendous disappointment.
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