Bye, burgers: All-fry restaurant plans Austin location


Why do you really need a burger? Isn’t a burger just a way to get fries? Why not cut the burger out of the equation completely? Solve for x, if x is fries and burgers are unnecessary.

You probably got Get Fried, an all-fry restaurant that, according to San Antonio CultureMap, is planning an Austin location.

We’re going to need more ketchup.

According to CultureMap, Get Fried has existed as a food truck in San Antonio since last year, but will open its first brick-and-mortar location in the city soon.

The restaurant, which offers up six different cuts of fries and all sorts of topping options, plans to open locations in Austin, Houston and Dallas before the end of 2018.

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That’s right. You might have to satisfy your fry-fix elsewhere till then. 

Dare you to disagree: 10 great french fries in Austin

You might even have to eat a burger. 


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