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    Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Well I don't know if they're all that interesting, but ... Papa Gino's has good french fries and the price is right.    Nothing comes close to the homemade french fries I grew up on,  this was before we knew that bacon fat was a bad thing!
     
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    Mmm mine have to be the Parmesan Truffle French Fries with Roasted Garlic Mayo at The Abbey in Brookline. Sooooo good, garlicky, savory, crispy, soft in the middle, and really great with one of their awesome soups.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

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    kelleys at revere beach
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    I love Kelly's,  got to get over there one of these days!  I'm thinking of the seafood platter,  big enough for two.  PS: I love the way the seagulls fly around your head while you're trying to eat!  Ambiance!
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Five Guys Burgers and Fries.  Oh the German Fries from a booth at the Topsfield Fair.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Lumiere in Newton - kind of like hand cut haute cuisine version of McDonald's fries (meant in the best possible way).  Truly addictive.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Try the stand on the Espinade if they are still open. Very crispy large quantity. If the menu does not list them ask for them. Try it next Summer and eat them during the Landmark orchestra concert - Wends at 7PM
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Greek Corner, Mass Ave., North Cambridge.  Fries with skins sprinkled with feta cheese, oregano, and lemon.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Friendly Toast's Orleans Fries!  Sweet potato fries topped with brown sugar tabasco, and sour cream.  Phenomenally addictive.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Buffalo chicken, bacon and bleu cheese fries at The Back Nine Pub in Lakeville. A pound of crispy fries topped with diced buffalo chicken, crumbled bleu cheese, crumbed bacon and shredded mozzarella.. finished in the oven and then served with a side of ranch or bleu cheese dipping sauce. Unbelievable!
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    I know this is looking for fries in Boston but I have to tell everyone about Nosh . Nosh is in downtown Portland , ME. They have bacon dusted french fires with a spicy ketchup. I beg everyone to try this 
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    First of all, I would get mine in Belgium, where true fries come from. If I had to pick a place in Boston, I would select "Saus" for the closest to Belgian Fries experience; however I also truly enjoyed the Bristol Lounge Trio of fries at the Four Seasons. 
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite interesting fries in Boston?

    Eggplant fries at Dunn Gaherin in Newton
     
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