Celebrate National French Fry Day in Round Rock, TX

Did you know July 13th is National French Fry Day? Aka, the yummiest day ever! We consider ourselves french fry connoisseurs, so this day holds a special place in our stomachs. We enjoy fried potato sticks frequently, but today is the perfect day to try a new restaurant with french fry creations on the menu. Whether your favorite style of fry is crinkle, steak, or curly, we have plenty of satis-frying spots in Round Rock, TX. 

Liberty Barbecue

A plate of fries with meat and pico de Gallo and cheese.
Photo by: @libertyBBQ

Wait just a minute…trash fries? The name may sound funny, but you definitely don’t want to toss these fries in the garbage! These golden fries are topped with brisket, cheese, bacon, and pico de gallo, with sides of house-made ranch dressing and queso. Want sweet instead of savory? Try Liberty Barbecue’s funnel cake fries. A fun twist to a Texas fair treat, this dessert is topped with caramel and, of course, powdered sugar. 

The Kenney Fort Pub

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We love a classic fish and chip combo! This fried plate of deliciousness is a must-try during your stay. Kenney Fort in Round Rock transports you to a British pub with its scrumptious fares and vibrant decor. Bring a mate to dine with and savor a plate of flaky fish and steak fries!

Home run Dugout

They have irresistible loaded fries with melted cheese, jalapeños, pico de Gallo, and a choice of meat.
Photo by: @georgetownbites

The bases are loaded, and so are the fries at Home Run Dugout! They have irresistible loaded fries with melted cheese, jalapeños, pico de gallo, and a choice of meat. These fries hit it out of the ballpark and are sure to score with the whole family.

Brasas Peruanas

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Photo by: @brasasperuanasrr

Did you know potatoes originated from Peru? Yes, this magical vegetable was first grown in the Andes mountains, and we are so thankful. To honor potatoes roots, we had to feature a Peruvian restaurant in our fry blog. Presenting Brasas Peruanas, an authentic Peruvian restaurant just off Mays Street. This spot serves plenty of french fry-filled dishes, like Salchipapas and Lomo Saltado.

Cork and Barrel Craft Kitchen + Microbrewery

Photo of a burger and fries on a plate outside.
Photo by: @corkandbarrel

You don’t have to go to the end of a rainbow to find a golden plate of fries. Just stop by Cork and Barrel and enjoy a loaded burger and a warm serving of fried spuds on their outdoor patio or indoors. They have savory Irish-inspired meals and divine sides!

Salt Traders Coastal Cooking

Photo of chowder fries with clams and leeks and topped with bacon.
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We can’t clam down! We’re too excited about Salt Trader’s Chowda Fries! These seafood-inspired fries are filled with clams and leeks and topped with bacon. They are the ideal dish for seafood and fry lovers. Visit Salt Traders to experience fries like never before. 


Photo of fries with a burger in the background.
Photo by: @finleysroundrock

Fries aren’t just any side; they are THE side! A burger doesn’t feel complete without its trusty french fry sidekick. Order a giant burger with a Texas-sized serving of fries from Finley’s. Their fries are cooked and seasoned to perfection.

Wiseguys-A Chicago Eatery 

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Photo by: @wiseguysachicagoeatery

Wear your stretchy pants today because you’re about to have a cheat day! Introducing Wiseguys Pizza Fries. This unique and cheesy combo has us drooling. If pizza fries aren’t your thing, they also have Poutine Fries for you to try. This appetizer is topped with brown gravy, shredded mozzarella cheese, and diced bacon. Yum!

Hat Creek Burger Company 

Photo of sweet potato and French fries.
Photo by: @hatcreekburger

Enjoy fries your way at Hat Creek! Whether you order Hat Creek’s french, sweet potato, or loaded fries, it’s a win for you no matter what. Bring the whole family for fries and enjoy Hat Creek’s playscape area, which includes a slide. Hat Creek’s fries are also as affordable as they are delicious, ranging from $2.50 to $6. So, hustle over to Hat Creek for their financially friendly fries! 

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

Photo of truffle fries with parmesan.
Photo by: @friendsthatmunch

While Hopdoddy calls their fries “shareable,” we won’t judge if you don’t share! With eight different fries to choose from, you can never go wrong. Their original Parmesan Truffle Fries are truly a work of art, the green chile queso fries make your mouth water, and their hot honey and sage sweet potato fries are a crispy creation. Stop by Hopdoddy this Wednesday for a plethora of potatoes. 

Jack Allen’s Kitchen

Photo of a burger with fries.
Photo by: @jackallenskitchen

We’re dreaming about this Fat Jack Burger with hickory sauce and a fat stack of crispy russet fries. Jack Allen’s is known for its locally sourced Texas fares and Southern hospitality. They have southern-inspired flavors infused with the spice of southwestern cuisine and delightful sides on their menu.

Short Stop-Deluxe Burgers

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Photo by Short Stop Round Rock

Don’t sell yourself short; order some fries from Short Stop! This Austin Based drive-thru and walk-up restaurant has American classics and french fries galore. Short Stop is a classic American burger joint that serves deluxe burgers, hand-breaded chicken tenders and breaded catfish, beef hot dogs, and flavorful fries. Drive through or walk up to this spot during your stay.

Mighty Fine Burgers

Photo of a license plate with chzfry on the front. French Fries in the background
Photo by: @mightfinetx

We might need to change our license plates after seeing this Mighty Fine french fry plate! It’s a statement, just like the fries at Mighty Fine. This Austin-based restaurant focuses on quality and offers fresh-cut original fries or delicious crinkle-cut chili cheese fries. We know where we are going for lunch!

P.Terry’s Burger Stand

Photo of a burger with French fries and a drink.
Photo by: @roundrocktexas

For only $2.05, enjoy P.Terry’s fabulous french fries! P.Terry believes in authentic ingredients that do not take away from the original flavor. So, their fries are cooked in canola oil so that customers can “taste the potato-like it was intended to taste, like a real potato.” Make sure to stop at P.Terry’s this National French Fry day for some fresh french fries! 

We hope you have a fry-tastic time during your stay in Round Rock! If you’re looking for a sugary treat after you fill up on fries, check out these sweet spots in our city.

*Make sure to view updated menus before visiting various restaurants.*