All that and a plate of fries.
French fries are one of the greatest foods of all time. They’re known to help prevent hangovers, cure them, and get you over a breakup.
The simple ingredients — potatoes, oil, and salt — don’t create the perfect fry alone. Technical knowledge and execution are required for a crunchy exterior and creamy interior.
You don’t need to read the science behind french fry perfection, just try our top picks for best French fries in Tucson.
47 N. Scott Ave.
While most fries use the classic Russet potato, 47 Scott uses the same Kennebec potato favored by In-N-Out Burger. However, 47 Scott’s fries are leagues ahead of In-N-Out’s fries.
They have indeed perfected the seriously crunchy exterior and creamy interior. It’s pure potato heaven with the side of red pepper aioli. They even stay crunchy when they’ve cooled down.
For more information, visit 47scott.com.
267 S. Avenida del Convento
While Beaut Burger has a reputation for vegan options, it also makes an excellent straightforward French fry — and sweet potato fry.
Pay a quarter more for the fresh herb variation with wisps of bright lemon zest.
For more information, visit beautburger.com.
312 E. Congress St.
Diablo Burger spices it up — or more accurately, “herbs it up” — by adding Herbes de Provence to their Belgian-style crispy fries.
While house-made ketchup is at the table, you can also ask for Hatch chile mayo, curry mayo, ranch, chimichurri, DB special sauce, or spicy honey mustard.
For more information, visit diabloburger.com.
Graze Premium Burgers
2721 E. Speedway Blvd. • 5635 E. Broadway Blvd.
Graze keeps it simple and classy with their classic Belgian-style fries. They have an edge with various dipping sauces, such as curry ketchup and sriracha mayo.
Add a milkshake, if you’re into that sort of thing.
For more information, visit grazepremiumburgers.com.
Wild Garlic Grill
2870 E. Skyline Dr. Ste 120
Wild Garlic Grill serves a premium plate of fries with their Roasted Garlic Fries, made with extra-virgin olive oil and a generous amount of roasted garlic.
Dip them in mussel broth for an entirely different but delectable experience.
For more information, visit wildgarlicgrill.com.