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French Fries

Potatoes. Oil. Salt. Sounds pretty basic, but you can take French fries in a lot of directions. Here are some of our favorites:
 

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Photo: David Croxford

 

AVANT GARDE

Not content to be simply delicious, thirtyninehotel’s papas fritas have architectural aspirations. Thick-cut fries are stacked into a tower, around a smokey flavored aioli sauce. $5.

 

 


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SWEET POTATO

The Counter’s pile of sweet potato goodness is almost a meal unto itself. A kicky horseradish sauce balances the sweetness of the fries. $4.95.
 

 


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HEALTHY

If you’re sticking to the straight and narrow, you can still justify Hale Macrobiotic’s organic fries cooked in sesame oil, with tofu tartar sauce and a house-made ketchup on the side. Available only for dinner, $4.95.
 

 

 


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OLD SCHOOL

We’re not gonna lie: At the end of the day, nothing beats McDonald’s for a basic order of French fries. Regular size, $1.89.

 

 

 

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Mar 10, 2010 07:50 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

i nominate kiawe grill's super thick super ono steak fries

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