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The 5 Best Fries in the Desert

Burgers, beware!

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1 — Woody’s Burgers
Snack on the sweet potato fries, which are nutritious, delicious, and drizzled with a light coating of maple syrup.
317 N. Indian Canyon Dr., Palm Springs.
760-230-0188;
www.woodysburgersps.com

2 — In-N-Out Burger
Savor these taters, prepared daily with a sliver of skin left on and fried up for the perfect ratio of crisp to fluffy goodness.
• 82043 Hwy. 111, Indio.
• 72265 Varner Rd., Thousand Palms.
800-786-1000;
www.in-n-out.com

3 — Morgan’s in the Desert
You’ll love the garlic fries, which are thick and seasoned with a flavorful blend of spices.
49499 Eisenhower Dr., La Quinta.
760-564-7600;
www.morgansinthedesert.com

4 — Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace, Pioneertown;
Johnny Rockets, Rancho Mirage

Tied for fourth place, are two of the best chili fries. At Pappy & Harriet’s, enjoy a heaping order, prepared fresh with homemade chili. At Johnny Rocket’s, snack on fries smothered in meaty chili, tangy cheese, and chopped onions.
• Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace
Pioneertown Rd., Pioneertown,
760-365-5956;
www.pappyandharriets.com
• Johnny Rockets,
71885 Hwy. 111, Rancho Mirage.
760-674-3120

5 — La Brasserie Bistro & Bar
These spuds are served European-style in a cone and garnished with Parmesan cheese, parsley, and truffle oil.
78477 Hwy. 111, La Quinta.
760-771-4400;
www.labrasserielaquinta.com

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