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Best French Fries

The Brewer's Art

1106 N. Charles St., (410) 547-6925

Posted 9/16/2003

A friend of ours who adores the Brewer's Art frequently makes a dinner there out of their fries and a house salad, which strikes us as so Sex and the City. (Sorry, this is Baltimore, where cultural allusions have a three-year lag time; we're planning to use "metrosexual" in 2005.) These slender golden shoestrings are loaded liberally with garlic and rosemary, but there's another flavor, a back taste, that took us a few dozen platesful to locate. Turned out it was potato. A ramekin of mayonnaise is provided for Belgian-style dipping, and it will become plain to you in no time that these fries match perfectly with the strong home-brewed Belgian-style ales that have made the Brewer's Art a destination for discerning beer lovers, and grad students, too. The only other place we've had garlic fries this good is at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco. These are so much closer.

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Other Awards for Best French Fries:

Waterfront Hotel, 9/19/2007

The Brewer's Art Rosemary Garlic Fries, 9/20/2006

Petit Louis, 9/21/2005

Dudley’s, 9/22/2004

The Brewer's Art, 9/18/2002

Petit Louis, 9/19/2001

Piccadeli's, 9/13/2000

Bandaloops, 9/15/1999

Linden Deli, 9/17/1997

Café Hon, 9/18/1996

All Awards for The Brewer''s Art:

Best First-Date Bar, 9/16/2009

Best Gay Bar That's Not a Gay Bar, 9/19/2007

Best Local Beer, 9/20/2006

Best Restaurant to Bring Big-City Visitors To, 9/17/2003

Best French Fries, 9/18/2002

Best Brewpub, 9/18/2002

Best Brewpub, 9/19/2001

Best Brewpub, 9/15/1999

Best Brewpub, 9/17/1997

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