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5 Places to get your French fry fix on National French Fry Day

By Casey Irwin | July 13, 2018 | Food & Drink

To make Friday even better, today has officially been deemed National French Fry Day. This means calories don’t count when you indulge in these five french fry mavens.

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The Stone Rose

With a section on the menu specifically reserved for “signature fries,” The Stone Rose aims to start your dining experience with a bang. Choose from three French fry bases--duck fat, the stone rose, or Parmesan truffle--then turn it up a notch by dipping them in one (or all) dipping sauce including white cheddar, truffle aioli, or short rib jus. 822 Fayette St., Conshohocken, 484.532.7300

Izakaya in Borgata

Warning: Togarashi fries are so delicious, each member of your party will want to order their own instead of sharing. Served with a spicy wasabi aioli and Japanese steak sauce, this delicious appetizer gives "hot fries" a whole no meaning. 1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, 609.317.1000

Blind Pig

No need to go all the way to Canada for poutine! The Blind Pig serves up a classic poutine appetizer complete with fresh cheese curds and creamy gravy. Adhering to their locally sourced menu, the curds are sourced from Wholesome Dairy Farms right in Reading, PA. Not a fan of cheese curds? Opt for their Dirty Fries and dip your fry in succulent short rib gravy instead. 702 N. Second St., 267.639.4565

Rouge

National French Fry Day may fall on Friday the 13th, but you’ll feel nothing but lucky when eating a basket of Rouge's truffle parmesan frites while people-watching along Rittenhouse Square. 205 S.18th St., 215.732.6622

The Continental Martini Bar

Move over curly fries — shoestring fries are taking over. The thinner-cut alternative makes it easier to ask for that second (or third) helping. 138 Market St., 215.923.6069



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