6 South Jersey Spots to Get Your French Fry Fix

Who doesn’t love french fries? Curly, sweet potato, you name it. We’ve put together a list of South Jersey’s craziest, most unusual fries to help you get your fix. No salt needed.




Hand-Cut Sweet Potato Fries

Iron Hill Brewery
124 East Kings Highway, Maple Shade
Iron Hill’s sweet potato fries are larger than life – really. The massive fries are served with a series of sauces, including bourbon-vanilla cream and smoked paprika aioli.




Garlic Pub Fries

The Chicken Or The Egg
207 North Bay Avenue, Beach Haven
These fries are tossed in a to-die-for buttery garlic and herb sauce and served with a side of ranch.


Unfried Fries

Harvest Seasonal Grill
At Moorestown Mall
400 Route 38, Moorestown
Harvest’s farm-fresh french fries (say that five times fast) are unlike any other fries you’ve tasted. They’re sliced and salted to perfection – you can taste the Jersey freshness!




Cheese and Ale Fries

Burger 21
At Voorhees Town Center
12109 Town Center Boulevard, Voorhees
These fries come smothered with Burger 21’s special beer cheese, which is a blend of two types of cheese, milk and Yuengling. The fries are then topped with bacon bits and scallions to make an irresistible plate.




Pulled Pork Fries

The Pop Shop
729 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood
These fries are just one option from a long list of crazy concoctions. The pulled-pork french fries are mixed with pulled pork and cheddar cheese, and served with a side of BBQ sauce.


Eggplant Fries

Dooney’s Pub & Restaurant
1361 Fairview Boulevard, Delran
Dooney’s eggplant fries are not your typical french fries. Sliced eggplant is deep-fried and topped with marinara sauce so, you could call them a “healthy” french fry.


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