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Frysmith goes brick-and-mortar at Loaded in Hollywood

March 10, 2011 |  3:56 pm

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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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