Around the Web: Vietnamese Lunch, Bargain Dinner and the Best Fries

The Midtown Lunch team sits down to a friendly, bargain lunch at stylish Le Viet. We’ve got to get there soon. [Midtown Lunch]

Foodzings also finds a delectable bargain with the weekday prix fixe at Hoof + Fin. [Foodzings]

The Feast asks and answers the age-old question, “who has the best fries?” [The Feast]

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  • Food Phan

    No Fathom fries? and no Eulogy fries? I know Eulogy gets hated on in the food blog community but come on, those are tasty frites regardless of feelings people might have about the ownership.

  • Lou Seed

    The Taproom in S. Philly has Real Crab Fries; lump crab,Scallions and White New England Cheddar Delish

  • caga tio

    Pub and Kitchen’s fries are wonderful.

  • gil

    Besides home made fries using Savoie’s ‘Onaway’ taters I haven’t had any better than the extra crispy version from the window at Steve’s Steaks in the NE. I’ve had some tasty but extra salty fries at Grace.

    Parc’s frites soggy, salty, starch strands, Continental’s a fountain of grease. Last (and only) time at Caribou they used frozen, coated potatoes (dinner style) called em frites and charge like $7. A must avoid spot.