So where do Chowhounds go for top-notch rings and fries?
Town Hall Grill has the best I've had around here.
I recommend the fries at Tyler's.
I second the recommendation for Tyler's fries.
i second detlef's THG rec... their garlic fries are killer, and the rings, while not awesome, are of the shoestring variety, and he uses vidalias, which give a nice sweet finish to the dish.
Milltown in Carrboro can do some great fries, but others have posted to the contrary on this board.
Although not your typical french fry/ring joint, the truffle oil pommes frites at Riviera are to die for.
I second the onion rings at Town Hall Grill ( had them yesterday). I like the fries at Federal and the homemade potato chips at Satisfaction.
I second Federal's fries, which are seasoned with salt, garlic and parsley.
oooh... forgot about federal. they do a great job, although it's generally so smoky in there that i lose my appetite despite the high quality of the food.
i will when it's not 143 degrees outside... probably more pleasant that way.milltown was a scorcher the other night, too, although i'm really looking forward to that patio in the fall, since the new hotel blocked the sun at the mule. *grrr*
Since the subject of chips came up...I recommend the chips at Sandwich on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill. Made fresh, best I've ever had, I think.
Had Beerbattered Onion Rings at the Nickel in Hillsbough last week. Not bad! Crunchy. Not too much breading. Thumbs up.
I always forget about the Nickel. Their fries are also quite good.
Istanbul on the Upper East Side
Triangle: Fries and Rings at Town Hall Grill
First-rate hush puppies!
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