Where to Find Unique French Fries in Philly | Philadelphia Caller

PHILADELPHIA, PA - The French Fry, known as fries, chips, finger chips, or french-fried potatoes, are sliced potatoes or allumette-cut deep-fried potatoes. This staple side dish can be found almost anywhere in Philadelphia, from simple pub grub to the most expensive restaurants in town. Also, See PhillyBite Magazines List of Top 12 must-try fries in Philly.


 

Philadelphia's Most Unique Restaurants and Bars for French Fry's

Devil’s Den

The South Philly spot for pub fare and an extensive beer selection boasts a savory selection of French fry sides for the fry-loving foodie to indulge in. On Tuesday, July 13, folks may take advantage of a killer one-day-only special of Duck Fries prepared with a mellow duck confit and glazed with a signature IPA cheese sauce, paired with a  SweetWater Brewing Co. beer, for just $15.   

Hours of operation are Tuesday through Wednesday 4 – 10 pm, Thursday through Friday 4 – 12 am, Saturday 11 am – 12 am, Sunday 11 am – 10 pm, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am – 2 pm.  1148 South 11th Street


The Marino Brothers Cheesesteak

At The Bourse Food Hall, Old City’s modern artisanal food hall offers the Bacon Cheese Fries ($5) boasting gooey cheese and crispy bacon.  

Guests can pair this signature crispy, cheesy side with a cheesesteak of choice from the menu.  

Hours of operation for The Bourse Food Hall are Monday through Thursday 7 am – 8 pm, Friday through Saturday 7 am – 10 pm, and Sunday 9 am – 6 pm.  111 S Independence Mall E.


MilkBoy South Street

Part of the iconic Philadelphia-born MilkBoy brand known for booze, bites, and great music, it has a fabulous fry selection for snacking, including the  Green Bean Fries ($6), dipped and combined with BBQ dry rub and signature chili mayo,  The Loaded Fries ($9), covered in fresh Monterey jack cheese, crispy bacon, toppling sour cream and garnished with chives, and the spice-forward Buffalo Fries ($10), piled and plated pulled buffalo chicken, celery, and creamy blue cheese.  

Hours of operation at MilkBoy’s South Street location are Wednesday through Thursday from 4 – 10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from 11 am – 10 pm.  MilkBoy South St | 401 South St


Square 1682

The modern American kitchen located at the intersection of 17th and Sansom streets boasts an elevated take on the classic French fry with its Truffle Fries ($12), deliciously decorated with truffle oil, herbs, and parmesan. The fan-favorite Waffle Fries ($10) is crafted with malt vinegar powder and served with chipotle ranch. 

Dinner service hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 5 – 10 pm.  Brunch service hours are Saturday through Sunday, 9 am – 2 pm.   121 South 17th Street

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