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Where To Eat Lavishly Loaded Fries In Houston

Find potatoes topped with truffle, kimchi, brisket, and more

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French fries in all of their crispy golden glory are delicious enough on their own, but these restaurants upgrade the classic snack by adding innovative toppings and delectable dipping sauces.

At these 11 Houston destinations for lavishly loaded fries, find potatoes smothered in melty cheesy goodness and loaded with kimchi, truffle oil, brisket, and even python.

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House of Fries

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With 13 varieties, House of Fries’ loaded fry selection is unrivaled. Opt for the classic crinkle-cut chili cheese fries, or go for something new like the chicken bacon ranch fries, the beef fajita fries, or the philly cheesesteak fries with thinly sliced sirloin steak, grilled onions, and peppers under a blanket of cheddar.  

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Hubcap Grill - Houston Heights

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Hand Cut potatoes are twice fried and served seven different ways at Hubcap Grill. Order the Country Fries, smothered in gravy and sprinkled with bacon bits. Or, set your mouth ablaze with the fiery Hell Fries seasoned with cayenne and chili powder, splattered with sriracha mayo, and heaped with jalapenos.

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Urban Eats

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Urban Eats offers four variations of their bistro pommes frites. The Mas! Mas! features crispy shoestring fries loaded with barbecue brisket, sweet corn, black beans, queso fresco, and pico de gallo. The selection of housemade dips including garlic lime aioli, bourbon barbecue, and the savory peach pepper jam are as inspired as the fries themselves.

Sammy's Wild Game Grill

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The python fries (yes, actual python) at Sammy’s Wild Game Grill are sure to raise eyebrows. The french fries slathered in slow simmered snake meat chili, cheddar jack cheese, and green onions will delight and excite adventurous eaters.

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Piggy's Kitchen & Bar

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Piggy’s Fries are a mound of thick, fluffy potatoes, smoked pork, and bacon covered in queso, spicy molasses, and chipotle crema. Enjoy this indulgent dish, which is topped with a fried egg and cilantro, on Piggy’s back patio.

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Al Quick Stop

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The gyro fries at Al Quick Stop overflow with juicy lamb and beef gyro meat, grilled onions, monterey jack cheese, fresh tomatoes, feta, and a house hot sauce. A cup of chilled tzatziki sauce is served on the side for a refreshing finish.

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The Burger Joint

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The Burger Joint’s potatoes are hand-cut with the skin on which gives their fries an extra crunch. Try the signature bacon parmesan fries dipped in garlic aioli, or the simple and creamy queso fries blanketed with velvety cheese and topped with crumbly queso fresco.

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Winbern Mess Hall

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At Oh My Gogi’s brick and mortar iteration, the OMG! Fries live up to their namesake. Fries are piled with your choice of tender Korean beef, chicken, or kimchi stir-fry, gooey colby jack cheese, spicy mayo, and garnished with chopped onion and cilantro.

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The French Fry House

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Get a taste of the South at this quaint Third Ward fry destination. The Bayou Fries are ladled with shrimp and crawfish étouffée and topped with shredded cheese. The Big Tex Fries spotlight Texas barbecue with slow cooked smoked brisket and beef sausage, barbecue sauce, shredded cheese, and sour cream.

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Dak & Bop

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Pair Dak & Bop’s Korean fried chicken with the earthy and aromatic truffle and Parmesan fries. Spongy spuds are drizzled with garlic infused truffle oil and sprinkled with parmesan and fresh chopped parsley. Not one, but two dipping sauces accompany the dish: spicy mayo and spicy ketchup which add a kick that undercuts the richness.   

House of Fries

With 13 varieties, House of Fries’ loaded fry selection is unrivaled. Opt for the classic crinkle-cut chili cheese fries, or go for something new like the chicken bacon ranch fries, the beef fajita fries, or the philly cheesesteak fries with thinly sliced sirloin steak, grilled onions, and peppers under a blanket of cheddar.  

House of Fries/Facebook

Hubcap Grill - Houston Heights

Hand Cut potatoes are twice fried and served seven different ways at Hubcap Grill. Order the Country Fries, smothered in gravy and sprinkled with bacon bits. Or, set your mouth ablaze with the fiery Hell Fries seasoned with cayenne and chili powder, splattered with sriracha mayo, and heaped with jalapenos.

Hubcap Grill - Houston Heights/Facebook

Urban Eats

Urban Eats offers four variations of their bistro pommes frites. The Mas! Mas! features crispy shoestring fries loaded with barbecue brisket, sweet corn, black beans, queso fresco, and pico de gallo. The selection of housemade dips including garlic lime aioli, bourbon barbecue, and the savory peach pepper jam are as inspired as the fries themselves.

Sammy's Wild Game Grill

The python fries (yes, actual python) at Sammy’s Wild Game Grill are sure to raise eyebrows. The french fries slathered in slow simmered snake meat chili, cheddar jack cheese, and green onions will delight and excite adventurous eaters.

Sammy's Wild Game Grill/Facebook

Piggy's Kitchen & Bar

Piggy’s Fries are a mound of thick, fluffy potatoes, smoked pork, and bacon covered in queso, spicy molasses, and chipotle crema. Enjoy this indulgent dish, which is topped with a fried egg and cilantro, on Piggy’s back patio.

Piggy's Kitchen & Bar/Facebook

Al Quick Stop

The gyro fries at Al Quick Stop overflow with juicy lamb and beef gyro meat, grilled onions, monterey jack cheese, fresh tomatoes, feta, and a house hot sauce. A cup of chilled tzatziki sauce is served on the side for a refreshing finish.

AL Quick Stop/Facebook

The Burger Joint

The Burger Joint’s potatoes are hand-cut with the skin on which gives their fries an extra crunch. Try the signature bacon parmesan fries dipped in garlic aioli, or the simple and creamy queso fries blanketed with velvety cheese and topped with crumbly queso fresco.

The Burger Joint/Facebook

Winbern Mess Hall

At Oh My Gogi’s brick and mortar iteration, the OMG! Fries live up to their namesake. Fries are piled with your choice of tender Korean beef, chicken, or kimchi stir-fry, gooey colby jack cheese, spicy mayo, and garnished with chopped onion and cilantro.

Winbern Mess Hall/Facebook

The French Fry House

Get a taste of the South at this quaint Third Ward fry destination. The Bayou Fries are ladled with shrimp and crawfish étouffée and topped with shredded cheese. The Big Tex Fries spotlight Texas barbecue with slow cooked smoked brisket and beef sausage, barbecue sauce, shredded cheese, and sour cream.

The French Fry House/Facebook

Dak & Bop

Pair Dak & Bop’s Korean fried chicken with the earthy and aromatic truffle and Parmesan fries. Spongy spuds are drizzled with garlic infused truffle oil and sprinkled with parmesan and fresh chopped parsley. Not one, but two dipping sauces accompany the dish: spicy mayo and spicy ketchup which add a kick that undercuts the richness.   

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