Friday, July 13, 2018

It's National French Fry Day!

Posted By on Fri, Jul 13, 2018 at 12:30 PM

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Old-school low-budget horror movies often had special effects that looked like people bled ketchup, but today there is no better pairing. It is both Friday the 13th and National French Fry Day!

Here in Tucson we are lucky to have some truly delicious options when it comes to fried potatoes, from traditional fries and ketchup, British-style chips and malt vinegar, Eegee's style fries with ranch, and multitudes of carne asada fries, you can't go wrong.

In the 2017 Best of Tucson competition, three local spots won reader votes for Best French Fries:

1. Eegee's
2. Diablo Burger
3. Graze Premium Burgers

Agree or disagree with these top three? The final round of voting for this year's competition is open now. Cast your vote for 2018 Best of Tucson here.

Now, it's lunchtime and time to celebrate in style, get out there and get some French Fries! 

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