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Saturday Is National French Fry Day! A Comprehensive Guide to Fries in Los Angeles

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Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 8:27 AM
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Saturday is national french fry day!! Why? We have no idea. But we sure do like french fries. So we thought we'd put all our fantastic french fry resources in one place, saving you the trouble of searching aimlessly in the quagmire of the web for french fry intel. Because that's exactly what you'd be doing tomorrow, right?

Turn the page for best french fries, french fry diagrams, french fries with glop on them and more!

Last year, we named Church and State the purveyors of Los Angeles' best fries. Read all about their superiority here.

One "best" not good enough for ya? Check out our full list of the 10 Best French Fries In Los Angeles.

Looking for a more personalized approach? A chart of some sort? Glad you asked! Here's a French Fry Flow Chart to point you in the right direction.

Hankering for something a little more -- meaty? How about the 10 Best Carne Asada Fries in Los Angeles?

Like your fries a little more Canadian? Here are 5 Places in L.A. to Get Your Poutine Fix.

Happy eating!


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