CARROLLTON, Texas — Scratch-made drinks and cocktails have long been big in fine dining, but they’re now catching on in casual dining, too. Last week, T.G.I. Friday’s announced it was introducing four house-made cocktails and two non-alcoholic drinks. The new cocktails are mixed with fresh produce; natural sweeteners like sugar, agave or honey; and premium liquors. For example, the new Grey Goose Cooler contains the vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, house-made ...

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