Thursday, September 11, 2014
The proud purveyors of poutine at US Fries (which we took a look at back in May) are set to open their doors this Saturday, and you, Tucson, are going to reap the benefits of the Canadian frozen north.
Earlier today, the local architecture gurus at FORS dropped this happy bit of knowledge via Facebook:
Intrigued, we at The Range reached out to US Fries owner Thomas Jones (no, not this one), who kindly confirmed to us that they are, indeed, opening their doors on Saturday—and moreover, they're going to be offering free food for all of those who are unfamiliar with the joys of poutine, Canada's unofficial national food. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., US Fries is going to be serving up meals from their opening day menu free to their customers.