St. Pete’s 3 Daughters Brewing hosts its fifth annual french fry festival on Friday

Each year, the popular brewery hosts this potato-centric event.

click to enlarge Loaded fries from Pam'z Pizza Cones. - 3 Daughters Brewing / Facebook
3 Daughters Brewing / Facebook
Loaded fries from Pam'z Pizza Cones.
Carb-lovers unite—3 Daughters Brewing’s yearly french fry celebration is back.

Taking place from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. on Friday, July 15, this festival is chock full of local food trucks with exclusive menus, live music, and 3 Daughters’ prized craft brews.

The food truck lineup includes : Pamz Pizza Cones, Anju Korean Gastro, Flip’n Tasty Filipino, and Mediterranean spot Maggie on the Move. Each food truck will offer their own twist on the classic potato dish, alongside their regular menus.

This year’s french fry festival is free to attend; food prices will vary from truck to truck.
According to ILovetheBurg, Pamz Pizza Cones will dish out a special menu of loaded pizza cones, buffalo chicken fries and and “Big Mac Daddy” fries, stacked with mini meatballs, diced tomatoes, pickles, shredded lettuce and queso blanco.

Anju serves up an exclusive menu of K-town tater tots—complete with kimchi, provolone and mozzarella cheese, beef bulgogi, scallions, crushed peanuts and a spicy St. Pete Heat sauce—and Osaka tater tots topped with Japanese mayo, okonomi sauce, katsuobushi, dried seaweed, bacon, pickled ginger and scallions.

Maggie on the Move will be sure to feature its beloved spicy Mediterranean fries, loaded with feta cheese, gyro meat, hot peppers and tzatziki sauce, while Flip N’ Tasty will have its pork adobo fries and sisig pork belly fries on its speciality menu this Friday.

Alongside all of the tasty eats these food trucks will provide, is a live performance by multifaceted cover act the Bus Stop Band at 8 p.m., and all of the craft brews you can drink.

For more information on St. Pete’s 5th annual french fry fest, head to its Facebook event page.

This Friday's festival takes place at the flagship 3 Daughters Brewing location 222 22nd St. S in  downtown St. Petersburg, but its recently-opened Clearwater Beach taproom also hosts weekly events that can be browsed on its website.

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Kyla Fields

Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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