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TGI Fridays unveils Winter Wonderland


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Packed with traditional festive delights and everyday-is-Friday style merry-making all the way to Christmas Day!   TGI Fridays renowned for its exclusive entertainment-dining experience, is ringing in the season with an all new Christmas edition of Winter Wonderland at TGI Fridays, Colombo Fort, adjoining Dutch Hospital opposite the World Trade Centre, Colombo Fort. Starting from Friday 5 December TGI Fridays would be counting down to Christmas Day with 12 different gifts to the theme of the famous Christmas Song ‘12 Days of Christmas’. TGI Fridays would be spinning the Christmas Wheel of gifts that would entitle winning tables with whopping discounts upto 50% on their meals. The Bon Bon Blast is also rocking the Fridays Christmas gala where diners get to pull and win amazing discount vouchers. The Big Chill is happening during the late Happy Hour between 10-11 p.m. with buy-one-get-one free offers while lucky diners can freeze their brains while chilling over frozen drinks to win gift vouchers! Santas Special Saturday is happening on 20 December with 10% off on a range of drinks while the music turns to the 80s and 90s. It’s Reindeers Night on Christmas Eve at TGI Fridays with a host of games including picking the prettiest Reindeer and Rudolph’s Antlers carrying surprises. TGI Fridays is having a White Christmas on Christmas day with Santa Clause ready to pay a visit while drinks and surprises would on free-flow throughout the evening. Carolers would be gracing the threshold of TGI Fridays and every diner also gets a free glass of egg-nog on Christmas Eve and on Christmas Day! The scrumptious menu at TGI Fridays is also taking a merry turn with a 3-course set menu for the Season complete with Roasted Chicken with Xmas stuffing. The Friday’s chefs are also putting together gala 5-course festive menus for Christmas Eve, Christmas Lunch, Christmas Dinner and New Year’s Eve. Some of main courses include Roast Turkey, Symphony of Seafood and Honey glazed ham.

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