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13 places updated June 22, 2017
French fries aren't just a side dish. If they're crispy and salty enough, fries are delightful in their own right. Here's a map of 12 great fry options in NYC — curly, shoestring, and waffle-shaped.
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    "The Mile End fries can stand unadorned, but the real winner here is the poutine, available in classic and smoked meat varieties ($9-$16). This dish is smothered in cheese and gravy, use a fork!!"
    EaterEater · 2 days ago
    Sandwiches
    · New York, United States
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    "This loosely nautical-themed bar serves hand-cut plain, salted fries and cheese fries. The cheese version could more accurately be called cheese-product fries."
    EaterEater · 2 days ago
    Bar
    · Brooklyn, United States
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    "These are the platonic ideal of bistro fries. A side order gets a towering metal cone of crispy, salty shoestring fries. The serving is plenty big for 2 people to share as a snack with a nice martini."
    EaterEater · 2 days ago
    Gastropub
    · Brooklyn, United States
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    "The fries at this Southern restaurant are officially only on the menu as an accompaniment to the dry-aged, T-bone steak. They’re thick enough to serve as a vessel for sopping up sauces."
    EaterEater · 2 days ago
    Southern / Soul
    · Brooklyn, United States
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    "Don’t be fooled by the lighter fare on their menu. The hand-cut fries reign supreme. They’re so long that each one snaps in a bite. A side is $7 or find them beside a burger for $15."
    EaterEater · 2 days ago
    American
    · New York, United States
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    "The thrice (thrice!) cooked salt-and-pepper chips at the Breslin are best classified as steak fries. Despite their size, they remain thoroughly crispy thanks to the technique."
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    Gastropub
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