7 Best French Fry Joints in Arkansas!
Despite the battle between the Belgian and the French over invention rights, fries have long been a staple in the American diet. Here in the Natural State, that’s no exception. Whether you smother them in gravy, cover them with chili and cheese, or dip them in ketchup, we all love French fries. Here are our picks for some of the best places to find French fries in Arkansas.
The Big Orange has some of the best fries in Central Arkansas. Choose between house fries, state fair fries topped with chili and cheese, truffle-garlic-herb fries, or sweet potato fries served with mango-curry ketchup.
The Catsavis family opened this popular Fort Smith restaurant in 1982. George’s is most known for its burgers and homemade French fries. Guests can order these locally famous fries plain, smothered in cheese, or covered in gravy.
Welcome home to David’s Burger’s! These restaurants are inspired by the butcher shops of the 50s and 60s. David’s Burgers, obviously famous for…burgers, is also well-known for the French fries. Potatoes are hand-cut throughout the day to keep these famous fries fresh.
Make your reservation today at this award-winning eatery located just off of the Square in downtown Bentonville. The “pommes frites” are just one of the many reasons that the locals love Tusk & Trotter.
Feltner’s has been famous around the Russellville area since it opened way back in 1967. While this spot is popular for its burgers, let’s talk about the FRIES! The French fries at Feltner’s Whatta Burger complement the burgers perfectly. Just exercise caution when you order...even the personal fry is large enough to feed a small family!
Have you tried Rose’s Famous French Fries? These large potato wedges, a local favorite, are served with a house buttermilk dressing. The Faded Rose opened to the public in 1982.
This Fayetteville favorite has been serving the Northwest Arkansas area since 1977. Hugo’s is well-known for its fresh homemade fries.