Design District What you’re getting: Polenta fries Polenta is updated for the much fatter 21st century: a Jenga tower of block-shaped fries -- crispy and golden on the outside, creamy polenta on the inside -- is served with homemade spicy ketchup.
Westchester & Coral Gables What you’re getting: Cajun fries You'll need a knife and fork to eat this gloriously messy serving of fries topped with grilled onions, Cajun seasoning, and secret pink sauce. Plus, you can use said knife and fork on anyone who tries to steal a fry from your plate.
Coconut Grove What you’re getting: 50/50 Fries When it comes time to order your side, go 50/50, a mix of sweet potato fries and regular French fries that comes with barbecue sauce AND honey mustard. Directions: Take one of each fry into your hand, dip into the BBQ and then immediately into the HM, eat, repeat.
Coconut Grove What you’re getting: French fries There's a whole section of the menu dedicated to fries, the best being the not-so-regular seasoned with truffle oil, but if you want to go extra heavy on the carbs, you can't go wrong with the sweet potato fries with honey, or the avocado fries with spicy sour cream.
Aventura What you’re getting: Trio of fries You won’t find these on the menu, but the good thing is that they are given complimentary to every table during dinner. Cooked in duck fat, the fries are extra crispy and served three ways: tossed in rosemary with spicy ketchup, dusted in onion with sour cream sauce, and with a smoked paprika & smoked barbecue sauce.
Downtown What you’re getting: Pommes Frites Everything in France is better in threes (hence, ménage à trois)... Here, frites come skinny, piled high with a hint of garlic, Parm cheese, and rosemary, plus a trio of sauces: horseradish mayo, Dijon mustard, and ketchup. They are also $7 during happy hour.
Downtown What you’re getting: Yuca fries In Miami, we get to play with ingredients that most other cities are not privy to. Yuca fries are a standard, as the starchy root is the perfect ingredient for light fries. Toro Toro takes them up a notch by seasoning them with olive oil, lemon, garlic, herbs, and vinegar.
Surfside What you’re getting: Fries with truffles & Parmesan, poutine fries, or fries with corned beef Josh’s menus change frequently, but if you ever spot the crinkle-cut smush fries with sweet toppings, order them.
Brickell What you’re getting: House-cut fries Served in metal baskets and covered in truffle, these hand-cut, skin-on fries come with a truffle aioli that'll have you shuffling back for more... and looking a little Chunk-y..
Pinecrest What you’re getting: Basket of French fries These free-form fries are fried in Crisco oil (making them extra greasy) and pair perfectly with the award-winning wings, and a pitcher or two of beer. Fry thickness varies between restaurant locations, but they are always crunchy.
West Miami What you’re getting: A side of extra papitas The papitas are the little crispy fries (never frozen) stuffed into a frita, the famous Cuban hamburger. Fans are encouraged to order the papitas on the side to eat by themselves. We say dale, bro.
South Beach What you’re getting: A bucket of hand-cut fries We already told you all about Big Pink’s newest burgers, but the fries aren’t ones to be overshadowed, and because you are in a diner, fries are mandatory. Pile them on top of anything you order.
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