Surprisingly, Friday's was the only restaurant open really late at night in this area so that's where I went one night because I was got back in-state late. This Friday's is in a strip mall that is basically a row of restaurants, so parking is not a problem.
I'm not sure how to rate the service of this visit. The server I got was laconic. He said everything he had to say in few words, sometimes only in gestures, but he was prompt and very efficient. I guess that's just his style and no-nonsense people might appreciate this kind of service.
The food is about average for sit-down chain restaurants. Friday's has a few innovative menu items but for the most part, it's just like the rest. This restaurant seems reasonably well-maintained. The dining area and restroom were clean enough, as far as I could tell.
I've gone here 3 times since coming out to West Chester and each time, it has been excellent. Me and my fiance' always share the 3 course meal (appetizer, entree, and dessert for $12.99 or $16.99) We always get the fried mozzarella or the Sesame Jack Chicken Strips (comes with sauce, but in my opinion, you don't really need it). My favorite drink there is the Mango Peach Lemonade. I also dig their chicken strips (with honey mustard), Friday's Shrimp, and from time-to-time, the Jack Daniel Chicken and Shrimp. Â For dessert, it's either the Brownie Obsession (no nuts; hate them in any of my food or dessert) or Vanilla Bean Cheesecake. I gave the The Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie a try, but I just didn't like it at all. Wasn't what I thought it would be. The Hostess all 3 times was very nice and even asked if we wanted a booth or chairs. I prefer booths because it gives me more room to scoot side to side and to spread out all my dishes. The most we've ever spent here is $35. One time we only spent $19. Sometimes sharing those 3-course meal specials will save you some money and save you the hassle of taking food home.Review Source: