Consumer Fraud Lawsuit Alleges T.G.I.F. Sold Hooch as Top-Shelf

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A putative consumer fraud class action accuses 13 T.G.I. Friday's restaurants in New Jersey of selling cheap liquor masquerading as high-end brands like Grey Goose Vodka and Cuervo Gold Tequila and charging premium prices.

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  • Lew Coe

    How can I pass up the opportunity to say, "This is why I love BYOB restaurants".?

    My friends who have retired and moved away say that along with diners that have 4 page menus and are never out of anything, great bagels, NY style deli, Taylor Ham, and pizza that is as good cold as it is hot, they miss the BYOB restaurants. If we "gotta" love NJ for something, the preceeding list just might work.

    At least when I'm drinking cheap wine, I know it because I brought it. With the savings I can afford to have dessert and coffee plus leave 22% and up as a tip for the server who brought the glasses, opened my wine, poured it and cleaned up.

  • Lew Coe

    How can I pass up the opportunity to say, "This is why I love BYOB restaurants".?

    My friends who have retired and moved away say that along with diners that have 4 page menus and are never out of anything, great bagels, NY style deli, Taylor Ham, and pizza that is as good cold as it is hot, they miss the BYOB restaurants. If we "gotta" love NJ for something, the preceeding list just might work.

    At least when I'm drinking cheap wine, I know it because I brought it. With the savings I can afford to have dessert and coffee plus leave 22% and up as a tip for the server who brought the glasses, opened my wine, poured it and cleaned up.

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