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Saturday, 20 February 2010


Dave -nibbleanibble

The patty melt looks good. But I'm not really fond of this style of fries.


Oh yeah, patty melt with sourdough looks so good! Even if it is Amer. cheese. I'm still waiting for a place in SD that will fry their fries in duck fat.


Hi Cathy, thanks for sharing been wanting to check this place out. I thought the printed Fred's label on their fries is cute. I'm such a sucker for things like that, haha. A half pound burger for under five dollars sounds pretty reasonable.. seems worth a visit


Hi Dave- Very few places serve the crinkle cut fries, besides school cafeterias. The ones here are unusually flavorful.

I had heard one of teh French bistros did the duck fat fries, Carol. Must investigate. For you.

Dennis! It's a cute little place and filled with locals. The shakes are *very* good, the burgers need some salt and pepper added, but are not bad at all. The Fred's Fries bags and hot sauce labels (and the sauce) are made for this and the Alpine locations.


Ooo, Cathy, yes yes yes! Let me know!


Remind me of a joint in Santa Ana that is also in an old TB establishment. Food looks good and anything fried in animal fat is awesome ;-)


Will do, Carol.

Apparently there is a use for the Old, small buildings, Bill. One other one out here sells a carnita to go pack for $ lb carnitas and fixins. Hm...a series of refurbed Taco Bell Building Shells...

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