Customize Your Fries

Customize Your Fries

Customize Your Fries
Islands Truffle Fries

Fresh cut Island Fries tossed w/truffle oil blend, truffle sea salt & topped w/a parsley-parmesan cheese blend. Served w/truffle aioli.

Ghost Pepper Fries

Fresh cut Island Fries tossed w/tabasco oil blend, ghost pepper salt & topped w/cotija cheese. Served w/machete aioli.

Don't Forget Island Fries Cheddar Fries Sweet Potato Fries

How do we make fresh-cut fries daily?

Man making fries

We start by sourcing special potatoes called Chippers from a community of over 20 growers and 35 farms primarily in California, Idaho, Washington and New Mexico. These potatoes are characteristically large and round in shape, with distinctly thin skin with low sugar content.

These potatoes are delivered to each location several times a week, and that’s where the fry magic begins. Daily, we carefully wash and cut the potatoes, leaving their skin on. They are vigorously rinsed again to ensure the excess starch has been removed. Next, we blanch the potatoes to cook them before setting them aside to chill.

Once an order has been placed the potatoes are fried for a second time at a higher temperature to give them their beautiful golden-brown color and firm, slightly crispy texture. We finish them off by tossing them in our signature fry seasoning and serve them hot. Enjoy!

Fun Facts about Potatoes
Fact #1

The potato is the world’s fourth-largest food crop, following rice, wheat and maize.

Fact #2

French Fries were introduced to the US when Thomas Jefferson served them in the White House during his presidency of 1801-1809.

Fact #3

During the Alaskan Klondike gold rush, potatoes were practically worth their weight in gold.

Fact #4

In October 1995, the potato became the first vegetable to be grown in space.

Fact #5

The Incas of Peru were the first to cultivate potatoes around 8000 BC to 5000 BC.

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