TGI Fridays Launches New Three-Course Feast For 2 Menu Starting At $28

As part of the promotion, any duo can treat themselves to one appetizer, two entrees, and a dessert to share at three tiered price points – $28, $38 and $48.

The special deal starts with a full-sized appetizer to share, including a choice of Mozzarella Sticks, Pan-Seared Pot Stickers, Spinach & Artichoke Dip or Loaded Southwest Potato Twists. Pairs can then pick two entrees from a variety of signature Fridays dishes, including:

  • Feast Tier Entrees ($28): New Fettuccini Alfredo with Chicken, Cheeseburger or Caesar Salad with Chicken.
  • Feastier Tier Entrees ($38): Fridays Signature Whiskey-Glazed Burger, Fried Shrimp, Million Dollar Cobb with Chicken or Cajun Shrimp …

Denny’s Adds New Crispy Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich And More To Permanent Menu

Arriving just in time for the holidays, here’s a closer look at the new menu additions:

  • New Crispy Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich: A fried chicken breast with white cheddar cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and ranch dressing on grilled artisan bread.
  • New Brioche French Toast Slam: Three slices of soft, golden Brioche bread, hand-dipped in Denny’s house-made batter, grilled to golden-brown, and finished with a butter blend, and dusted with powdered sugar. Brioche French Toast is available to order as a side or as part of a Slam meal served with two cage-free eggs made to order, two crispy bacon strips, and two sausage links.
  • New Strawberry Stuffed French Toast Slam: Four slices of fluffy Brioche Fren…

Dunkin’ Adds New White Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee, Alongside Pink Velvet Macchiato And More For Winter 2023

Here’s a look at what you can expect to find on the menu at a Dunkin’ in your area this winter:

    Dunkin’ Adds New White Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee, Alongside Pink Velvet Macchiato And More For Winter 2023

  • New White Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee: This drink marries the flavors of warm, toasted hazelnut with the sweetness of creamy white chocolate flavor to create a warming winter drink, regardless of whether it’s served hot or iced.
  • Pink Velvet Macchiato: A layered drink with espresso, red vel…

Making the Christmas Classic ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’

The TIME review in 1944 was effusive in its praise of both the film, Meet Me in St. Louis, and its youngest star: “Now and then, too, the film gets well beyond the charm of mere tableau for short flights in the empyrean of genuine domestic poetry. These triumphs are creditable mainly to the intensity and grace of Margaret O’Brien and to the ability of director Minnelli & Co. to get the best out of her.”

Nearly 80 years later, Meet Me in St. Louis remains—thanks in large part to its inclusion of Judy Garland’s rendition of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”—a beloved Christmastime classic. The movie, based on author Sally Benson’s stories about her childhood in the Missouri city at the beginning of th…

How ‘90s Teen Movies Inspired Netflix’s Do Revenge

In Netflix’s teen comedy Do Revenge, out Friday, queen bee Drea (Riverdale’s Camila Mendes) teams up with wallflower Eleanor (Stranger Things’ Maya Hawke) to take down each other’s enemies. The film, co-written and directed by Someone Great’s Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, is loosely inspired by Patricia Highsmith’s 1950 psychological thriller Strangers on a Train, in which two men decide to “trade” murders. (It’s also the inspiration for the 1951 Alfred Hitchcock film of the same name). No one actually dies in Do Revenge, but countless acts of character assassination are committed by these savvy young women. And in high school, a tarnished reputation is far worse than death itself. It&rsqu…

‘All the Beauty’ Is a Must-See Oscar Movie

The word Nan Goldin kept using to describe her presence at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, one night in February, for a screening of an Oscar-nominated documentary about her life and work, was surreal. It wasn’t that Goldin, a renowned photographer since the 1980s, was new to art-world accolades. But All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, a collaboration with Citizenfour director Laura Poitras, documents her crusade to get cultural institutions to cut ties with the Sackler family—the pharmaceutical dynasty that profited off America’s lethal opioid crisis. The film opens with a die-in that Goldin helped stage, in 2018, in the Met’s Sackler Wing.

Between then and now, the museum announced it would no longer accept donations …