Sure, we love the good ole’ potato, but why settle with common fries when you can deep fry avocados, carrots and polenta? Stop by these New York City restaurants for deliciously inventive plates of fries.
New York City is notoriously expensive. But do your research, and you’ll discover plenty of cheap snacks and meals in NYC for $1 or less.
We know, we know: why mess with a good thing? And a good plate of french fries is better than a good thing—it’s a great thing. But sometimes you need to go beyond the spud, and throw something else in the fryer.
Crispy, savory and salty – who doesn’t love a pile of french fries? These New York City restaurants are frying up some creative plates with inventive ingredients and feisty toppings.
The classic golden fried cylinders of shredded potatoes aren’t the only kinds of tater tots you can get in New York City. From the version fried in duck fat to a dish made with lobster, here are New York City’s 5 best tater tots.
Nathan’s Famous hot dogs are fine, but the fries are a whole different matter. A shortage means the restaurant had to swap potatoes to make its crinkle fries, leaving a bad taste in some customers’ mouths.
To mark the occasion, a french fry expert visited “The Couch.” Josh Sharkey, the co-owner of Brooklyn’s Bark Hot Dogs, shared his recipe for disco fries. Watch as he whips up the specialty below!
From ketchup to sour cream, which is the best french fry topping? You decide!
Police are looking for a dozen teenage girls accused of attacking and robbing two 16-year-old girls on the Lexington Avenue subway line.
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With a touch of class and a long list of possibilities for shoestring, crinkle cut, topped and dipped with every flavor imaginable, french fries are no longer just a side item. Here are our picks for the best fries in New York City.
So, you’re waiting for a PATH train, sitting on a bench when all of a sudden, something enters your nasal passages and it’s not pleasant.
Bloomberg said there was “nothing wrong” with the new rules, adding that members of the media would be “going crazy” if they weren’t in place.