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Frysmith goes brick-and-mortar at Loaded in Hollywood

Frysmith, the gourmet French fry truck responsible for making French fries an acceptable meal, has won the food truck lottery and will now offer its fare inside of a brick-and-mortar bar and restaurant. Beginning Friday the truck's fries will be served at the rock 'n' roll-themed bar Loaded in Hollywood.

To celebrate winning this Holy Grail of food truck events, Frysmith is offering $2 off of all of its menu items on Friday. And in order to make the menu at Loaded unique from that of the truck, Frysmith has added a special "loaded" option to its dishes.

For example, chili cheese fries, made with Angus-beef and flavored with beer and chocolate, can get "loaded" with bacon, sour cream and scallions; and the Rajas fries--shawarma-marinated Angus steak with roasted poblano peppers and cheese--can be “loaded” with sumac-laced mascarpone cheese and roasted jalapeno sauce.

Loaded, 6377 Hollywood Blvd., L.A. (323) 464-5689; www.loadedrockbar.com. www.eatfrysmith.com.

-- Jessica Gelt

Photo: Frysmith

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