This could be one of the best days ever! In case you didn’t know, National French Fry Day is July 13th and it’s the one day where we can unite as fry enthusiasts and embrace this delicious treat. Fries have the potential to be way more than just a side dish too. From crinkle cut to classic flashback diner-style fries, to fancy dressed-up garlic fries with a sprinkle of parmesan, we’re certain there’s a fry for everyone’s taste buds. Whether you prefer them crispy, soft, or somewhere in between, French Fries have that magical combination of crunch, saltiness, and pure tastiness. So, in honor of this glorious day, we’ve curated a list of our absolute favorite fries in Los Angeles.
Address: 2520 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles CA 90027
If you find yourself in Silverlake, make sure to swing by The Fix Burger, where they’re all about gourmet burgers and some seriously tasty sides. Their Garlic Fries are next level! Crispy, seasoned with their secret Fix Salt, and topped with roasted garlic cloves that add an explosion of flavor. Pair these bad boys with our fave: the Pesto Burger. It’s a match made in foodie heaven. Oh, and don’t forget to check out their lunch specials where you can score all this deliciousness without breaking the bank.
Address: 7998 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046
Welcome to Irv’s Burgers, a legendary Route 66 destination since 1946, where classic burgers and fries reign supreme. Irv’s Burgers has perfected this iconic dish of chili cheese fries. It features top-notch chili that adds a layer of flavor, richness, and has a nostalgic nacho cheese that is usually reserved for sporting events or summer picnics. Pair these mouthwatering fries with their irresistible B-Day Cookie Shake for an indulgent treat or one of their traditional cheeseburgers for an outrageously satisfying meal. Just a fair warning, plan on taking an afternoon nap after this meal because that feeling of full will put you right to sleep.
Address: 2575 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90006 (+ multiple locations)
This iconic LA joint opened in 1969 when Demetrios Pantazis launched Dino’s Chicken and Burgers (now Dino’s Famous Chicken) on Pico Boulevard in LA. It was in 1980, after a strong urging from his wife Eleni, that Demetrios created a unique, one-of-a-kind recipe combining ingredients from traditional Greek cooking and Latin-infused flavors, giving birth to the iconic Dino’s Famous Chicken we all know and love today. Their Chicken and Fries is a no-brainer for bragging rights as some of the best fries in LA. The chicken is cooked in a mouthwatering juice which is infused into the fries allowing you to slop up every last drop.
Address: 447 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Welcome to Beverly Hills, where everything is elevated, and that includes French Fries. Indulge in the truffle fries at Wally’s, where culinary excellence meets luxurious dining. Topped with grated parmesan, adorned with delicate shavings of truffle, and drizzled with decadent truffle butter, these fries are a true masterpiece. To take your experience to new heights, pair them with a glass of fine wine or charcuterie board from Wally’s extensive menu and in house wine and cheese shop.
Address: 2575 West Beverly Blvd Los Angeles CA 90057 (+ multiple locations)
Since 1946, Original Tommy’s World Famous Hamburgers has been a beloved LA tradition known for their mouthwatering burgers. But let’s not overlook their incredible french fries. Whether you prefer regular fries or something more indulgent, like chili cheese fries, Tommy’s has got you covered. Their Crispy French Fries are the perfect sidekick to their iconic burgers, but if you’re feeling adventurous, try them topped with a generous portion of their ultra-rich World Famous Chili and melted American Cheese. It’s a flavor combination that will leave you craving more, and without a doubt, a little tired for the afternoon.
Address: 3844 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90037
Mr. Fries Man has solidified its place as one of the best French Fry destinations in Los Angeles captivating food enthusiasts with their unique combinations. This family-owned restaurant started as a home kitchen venture and quickly gained a devoted following thanks to their strong social media presence. Here you can build your fries masterpiece by choosing from an array of proteins like chicken, steak, or shrimp then adding delicious sauces with inventive flavors like Honey Garlic Shrimp Steak and Lemon Garlic Crab and Shrimp.
Address: 3600 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA, 90020
Craving fries that will make your taste buds do a happy dance? Look no further than Cassell’s in Koreatown inside the historic Normandie Hotel where they serve up some seriously addictive Sweet Potato Waffle Fries. Picture this: crispy golden waffle-shaped fries made from sweet, melt-in-your-mouth sweet potatoes. These bad boys are served piping hot and perfectly seasoned, giving you that irresistible combination of sweet and savory flavors in every bite. Pair these delicious fries with their tangy and mustardy housemade mayo dipping sauce and you’ve got a match made in fry heaven. One bite of these sweet potato waffle fries and you’ll be hooked. No judgment if you dip a few (or all) of them in your homemade malt shake while eating.
Address: 2005 Colorado Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90041
We continue our fry-tastic journey at The Oinkster on Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock. This fast-casual gem offers a laid-back and playful atmosphere where you can indulge in American classic diner food. And oh boy, their Belgian fries are something to behold. These golden beauties are not your average fries. They’re house made, mustard-infused wonders that are crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and big enough to share. Plus, they can be covered in a range of add-ons including gooey cheese. So grab a seat, grab a friend, and get ready to dig into a plate of these delicious and plentiful Belgian fried up beauties.
Address: 625 Lincoln Blvd (Venice) & 800 E. 3rd St. (DTLA)
Get ready for a fry experience like no other at Wurstküche in LA. This place is a paradise for sausage lovers, but let’s not forget about their legendary Belgian fries that have earned them a spot on the list of LA’s best fries. Located in the vibrant Arts District, Wurstküche offers both indoor and outdoor seating making it the perfect spot to indulge in some exotic grilled sausages and crispy golden fries. You have the option of going klein (small) or groot (large), but trust me, you’ll want to go groot because these fries are too good to resist. They come perfectly cooked ensuring a heavenly crunch with every bite. And let’s not forget about the dipping sauces! With options like blue cheese walnut & bacon, chipotle aioli and sweet & sassy BBQ, you can customize your fry experience to your heart’s content. Just make sure to plan ahead for parking, as both their DTLA and Venice locations tend to get busy.
Address: 3821 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank & 3179 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles
The Morrison is a charming gastropub with locations in both Burbank and Atwater Village where we love to indulge in fry options like the flavorful Cheese Fries with Bacon Jam. It features hand-cut potato fries topped with cheddar cheese, homemade bacon, and onion jam, all brought together with a creamy thousand island dressing. For a touch of elegance, try the Truffle Fries, tossed in truffle oil and sprinkled with parmesan. If you prefer a hint of sweetness, the Sweet Potato Fries won’t disappoint. For a classic choice, the Morrison Fries offer perfectly breaded hand-cut potato fries. Don’t forget to check out their special dog-friendly menu, allowing your furry companion to enjoy their own Frankenweenie treat while you savor every delectable bite of those incredible fries.
We’ve got the French Fries covered, now its time to hunt down the best burger in LA.