New Jersey Disco Fries

New Jersey Disco Fries

New Jersey Disco Fries

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Disco Fries Philadelphia, PA - This delicious treat originated in the Garden State, where the early '70s were synonymous with the disco era. In the late '70s, disco-goers would stop in for a late-night snack after a night of dancing and partying. These tasty treats have since gained popularity in other areas of the country, as diners have taken to putting their own spin on them.

New Jersey Disco Fries

In New Jersey, the Rocky Hill Inn covers its fries in pork belly and malt vinaigrette, while the Brooklyn Diner's version uses mozzarella and braised beef short rib.

These crispy, cheesy treats were once popular among overworked parents and a popular menu item in Red Bank, N.J. However, their popularity has faded. In the meantime, the trend has continued to grow, and Disco Fries are still a favorite among locals. In fact, they were so popular that they are now considered a cultural phenomenon. They're not only tasty but are a great way to celebrate the end of the workweek.

While it's impossible to pinpoint the exact origin of Disco Fries, the dish is often linked to Saturday Night Fever.

A food truck owner, Pat Romano, a former chef, developed a recipe for a cleaned-up version of the classic appetizer in his Crazy Good Italian cookbook. The dish is topped with mozzarella cheese, slab bacon gravy, and ricotta Salata, making it a delicious snack.

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