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Damn fine fries can be found at Off-Site Kitchen.
Damn fine fries can be found at Off-Site Kitchen.
Photo credit: Margo Sivin/EDFW

13 Places to Eat the Finest Fries in Dallas

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Damn fine fries can be found at Off-Site Kitchen.
| Photo credit: Margo Sivin/EDFW

A burger's not a burger without a side of French fries. Here's a baker's dozen places around town to find fantastic fries, including both reader submissions and a few of our own favorites.

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20 Feet

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Despite being made from frozen potatoes, 20 Feet's fries are getting a lot of love; they're fried with herbs and then drizzled with olive oil and plenty of salt while piping hot.

Burger House

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When they're piping hot, Burger House's "Famous Fries" are top-notch -- it's all about that seasoning salt. Just don't try to steal the canister, because it's chained to the counter.

Capitol Pub

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Hand-cut fries are tossed in salt, garlic, and parsley and totally addictive. Get them with a trio of sauces like basil mayo, curry sauce, and red pepper aioli for dipping.

Corner Bar & Grill

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The Corner Bar's recently revamped menu includes some pretty great hand-cut fries; order up some roasted tomato chorizo dip to go alongside.

The Grape

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The Grape's frites are twice-fried to deep golden brown perfection and make an ideal pairing with either mussels or the legendary burger.

Hillstone Restaurant

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The restaurant formerly known as Houston's serves its crisp tangles of shoestring fries in very generous portions, thankfully.

Kenny's Wood Fired Grill

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Kenny's perfectly golden and crisp fries are tossed with a secret seasoning that takes them over the top. (Rumor has it, said seasoning contains chicken bouillon.)

The Libertine

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The Libertine's fries are of the ultra-thin and crisp shoestring variety, and are served in small mountains. Bet you can't eat just one.

Mac's Bar-B-Que

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Barbecue joints aren't usually known for great fries, but Mac's is the exception to that rule. They're hand-cut, twice-fried, and make the perfect pairing with a brisket sandwich.

Maple & Motor

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Yes, the fries were at one time frozen, but no matter: They are gloriously crisp, fluffy, and potato-y, with plenty of salt and pepper for some zing.

Off-Site Kitchen

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The fries here are utter perfection -- made from Russet potatoes, fried to deep golden brown deliciousness, and tossed with garlic salt to make them extra addictive.

Toulouse Cafe And Bar

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The French know pommes frites, so it's no surprise Toulouse serves some damn fine specimens. Embrace your European side and dip them in mayo -- trust us.

Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop

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Uncle Uber's fries are thick cut with fluffy interiors, and coated with a sweet-and-spicy seasoning that make them irresistible, especially when paired with a side of their housemade habanero ranch.

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20 Feet

Despite being made from frozen potatoes, 20 Feet's fries are getting a lot of love; they're fried with herbs and then drizzled with olive oil and plenty of salt while piping hot.

Burger House

When they're piping hot, Burger House's "Famous Fries" are top-notch -- it's all about that seasoning salt. Just don't try to steal the canister, because it's chained to the counter.

Capitol Pub

Hand-cut fries are tossed in salt, garlic, and parsley and totally addictive. Get them with a trio of sauces like basil mayo, curry sauce, and red pepper aioli for dipping.

Corner Bar & Grill

The Corner Bar's recently revamped menu includes some pretty great hand-cut fries; order up some roasted tomato chorizo dip to go alongside.

The Grape

The Grape's frites are twice-fried to deep golden brown perfection and make an ideal pairing with either mussels or the legendary burger.

Hillstone Restaurant

The restaurant formerly known as Houston's serves its crisp tangles of shoestring fries in very generous portions, thankfully.

Kenny's Wood Fired Grill

Kenny's perfectly golden and crisp fries are tossed with a secret seasoning that takes them over the top. (Rumor has it, said seasoning contains chicken bouillon.)

The Libertine

The Libertine's fries are of the ultra-thin and crisp shoestring variety, and are served in small mountains. Bet you can't eat just one.

Mac's Bar-B-Que

Barbecue joints aren't usually known for great fries, but Mac's is the exception to that rule. They're hand-cut, twice-fried, and make the perfect pairing with a brisket sandwich.

Maple & Motor

Yes, the fries were at one time frozen, but no matter: They are gloriously crisp, fluffy, and potato-y, with plenty of salt and pepper for some zing.

Off-Site Kitchen

The fries here are utter perfection -- made from Russet potatoes, fried to deep golden brown deliciousness, and tossed with garlic salt to make them extra addictive.

Toulouse Cafe And Bar

The French know pommes frites, so it's no surprise Toulouse serves some damn fine specimens. Embrace your European side and dip them in mayo -- trust us.

Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop

Uncle Uber's fries are thick cut with fluffy interiors, and coated with a sweet-and-spicy seasoning that make them irresistible, especially when paired with a side of their housemade habanero ranch.

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