90’s Inspired Vintage Fry Shop Opens in the East Village

It’s all rainbows, unicorns, disco balls, and French fries at this new East Village restaurant. If you’ve wandered the area over the last few months you’ve likely seen the unicorn graffitied wall on 2nd street.

The 90s-themed Lisa Frank-esque restaurant has finally opened and as their name shares the owners are only focus on one thing: bringing you kickass fries. 

I mean, LOOK AT THIS PLACE!

It’s colorful, vibrant, and decked out in nostalgic memorabilia. And needless to say, their fries are bomb dot com.

You can order your potatoes in various ways starting with a base of either Classic (OG) Frys, Wavy Frys, or Sweet Potato Frys. Then, load them up with with sauces, or go for one of their 2-pound loaded fries like the Drunk Guy that comes with bacon, guac, and quest on a bed of OG Frys; or The Fry Guy which comes with pulled pork, smokey BBQ, coleslaw, on those wonderful OG Frys.

Featured image source: Twitter/Fry Guys

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