National French Fry Day


It’s National French Fry Day!  Despite the name, the French fry may not in fact be French at all.   It has been widely disputed that the French fry originated in Belgium.  When American soldiers arrived in Belgium during World War I, they ate Belgian fries.  The official language of the Belgian Army at the time was French, so logically the American soldiers called them “French fries”.

No matter how the name came to be, they are no doubt one thing…delicious!  To celebrate National French Fry Day, stop by to enjoy Steve’s new fries.   These babies are thick cut, skin on, crispy and downright delightful.  Try ‘em plain or with Steve’s chili.  Heck pair ‘em with Steve’s onion rings and an ice cold limeade!

Happy National French Fry Day, enjoy!