I was part of my cousins wedding as one of the Groomsman and we had to pick up our Tux at this shop. Very friendly and helpful people that work here. What ever questions we had or issues they helped out. Very professional and they make the process easy and comfortable. I recommend this place if you're looking to rent a tux/suit for any occasion.
Thank you again,
I had a good experience with the fitting. The person who helped me was friendly and knowledgeable about how the look should be, the proper length, folds etc. It was a measure twice ,fit once situation.
Return of the rental took only minutes. All in all , my experience with Friar Tux went very well and would recommend this establishment to anyone.
Nice selection of suits. Friendly staff. Very efficient process which includes selecting the package you want, getting measurements taken, and picking up the suit the next day. The only thing I was not pleased about was when we first entered the establishment, there were maybe only two other customers in the store and a staff member hollered at us from behind the counter to scan the QR code to "check in". What if one does not have a smart phone? Does that mean Friar Tux discriminates and will not service customers who do not have a smart phone? I even pushed back and insisted they allow me to check in without scanning the QR code, but they insisted, and said I could not check in otherwise. My father who is 82 and does not use a smart phone would have been refused service. After writing this review, I have changed my mind and would probably give this company a low rating and not be likely to refer friends and family because if they don't have a smart phone, they would not be allowed to rent or purchase a suit. With this model in place, Friar Tux is promoting the dependency on smart phones for everything to rule our lives and we should be given the option for those who prefer the convenience, but scanning a QR code should not be required when there is a perfectly available staff member behind the counter able to check us in. In fact, insisting on using the QR code system continues us going down the path of fewer and fewer human interaction which is no good.