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Hyde Park Fries Named in Food Network’s Top 10!

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Food Network Magazine in America’s 10 Best French Fries

Our fries garnered top honors in Food Network Magazine’s search for the 10 best French fries in the USA! Look for us in space #7 on the list. 

We’ve added this award to being listed in People Magazine’s listing of our fries in the 15 Best French Fries in America list.

Both nationally-recognized publications conducted thorough, nation-wide searches for the best French fries in America, singling out Hyde Park’s buttermilk-dipped, seasoned-flour breaded, hand cut Idaho potato fries with the signature mayo-jalapeno sauce for top honors.

We celebrated our award with 1/2 price fries on National French Fry Day, Monday, July 13, 2015!

 

People Magazine Names Our Fries In The 15 Best French Fries In America!

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We are pleasantly surprised and pleased to find our fries named one of the Top 15 French Fries in America by People Magazine!   People teamed up with the Tennis Channel and some well-known French chefs, then sent out anonymous reviewers to more than 50 restaurants across the US to rate the fries on specific criteria.

Check out the full article HERE, including the other 14 winners.

 

Proud To Be Listed Among America’s Best Fries

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  Many thanks to The Daily Meal for including us in the Top 30 French Fries in America!   ”

22) Hyde Park Bar & Grill, Austin, Texas

Consistently voted as the best in Austin by the public and food experts alike, the fries at Hyde Park Bar & Grill are hand-cut from Idaho potatoes, dipped in buttermilk, then battered with seasoned flour and fried to crispy perfection. Get them served straight up with the restaurant’s special sauce or splurge for a side of homemade cheese sauce to dip the fries in.”

http://www.thedailymeal.com/americas-15-best-french-fries

Hipstercrite names us one of “Austin’s Best Restaurants That Don’t Cost An Arm And A Leg”

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Hipstercrite, a.k.a. Lauren Modery, covers pop culture & lifestyle in the ATX

There’s a blogger in Austin you really should make it a point to read: Hipstercrite, created by the lovely  and talented 20-something writer / filmmaker / fashion & design maven Lauren Modery.

She’s a New York transplant by way of LA who wised up and made the move to Austin just in time to build an enthusiastic following for her lively, entertaining blog and be named Austin’s “Blogger of the Year” at the Austin Blogger Awards in 2010. Her work has been mentioned in Texas Monthly, Mental Floss, Mashable, HuffingtonPost, Houston Chronicle, Le Temps and Le Soir.  The short film she co-wrote and co-produced,  Loves Her Gunwon the Louis Black Lone Star award at SXSW 2013.

Creative and resourceful, she’s exactly the kind of person we want to have make our fair, weird city home.  So we urge you to read her work, hire her to write for you, support her film projects, and say howdy when you see her.

She recently named Hyde Park Bar & Grill, along with several of our long-time restaurant brethren in a list of  “Austin’s Best Restaurants That Don’t Cost An Arm and a Leg.”   We are pleased and flattered and wanted to return the favor, hence this tip of our hat to you, Hipstercrite.  May Austin be the home that you want it to be!

 

 

 

BOTH: Austin Chronicle Names Hyde Park Bar & Grill “Best Comfort Cuisine 2013”

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Sometimes it’s hard to remember that we were not always a foodie town, that the current array of tastebud-boggling options was not always on our social menu. So it’s easy for old favorites to get lost in the din of dinnertime dilemmas. Strolling in and sitting down at one of Austin’s two Hyde Park Bar & Grills after not being there for a while and ordering one of their perfect meat-and-two-veg standards, like their pan-roasted chicken with green beans and mashers in a delicate tarragon jus, is much like that first holiday back home after being away at school: The experience is not just nourishing, it’s visceral, packed with mouthfeel memory and the revelation that while we may not have always been a foodie town, we’ve always had someone and somewhere saving us a seat at the table and pointing us in the right direction. — Austin Chronicle

Thank you.  We are so honored.  Come by & get comfortable.

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