Decades of hungry folks searching for a late-night fix of French fries can testify that those mounded alongside burgers, gyros and souvlaki at Pete's Kitchen are the pinnacle of potato perfection. Don't talk to us about hand-cut heirloom potatoes; stop waving your limp, unpeeled fries in our face. We don't care if these come from a bag or a big waxed cardboard box; they're exactly what's needed to absorb our whiskey sodas and draft lagers — drinks already down the hatch and any soon to follow in the long night ahead. Pinkie-thick, crispy on the outside and pillowy on the inside, Pete's fries miraculously maintain their crunch even when cold. Not that ours ever last that long; we're stealing yours when you're not looking.
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