Get Your Fancy French Fry Fix for Free at San Jose's Arcadia
Free Fries at San Jose’s Arcadia Steakhouse by Michael Mina
Just in time for National French Fry Day, San Jose’s Arcadia Steakhouse by Michael Mina is enhancing the dining experience by serving a complimentary trio of golden duck-fat fries, each dusted with a signature spice blend and accompanied with a complementary sauce, with the purchase of a dinner entrée. Executive Chef Paul Rohadfox currently serves the following flavors: Garam Masala Fry with Tomato ChutneyNori Komi Furikake Fry with Togarashi AioliHarissa Fry with Rye Bourbon Ketchup
Celebrity chef Michael Mina’s modern American steakhouse, Arcadia is known for its expertly prepared prime cuts of beef, fresh fish and poultry and decadent specialties such as Lobster Corn Dogs and Black Truffle Mac & Cheese.
For reservations, call 408-278-4555 or click here.
The restaurant is open daily for breakfast and lunch and serves dinner Monday through Saturday. It is located at the San Jose Marriott at 301 S Market Street in San Jose.
HISTORY OF THE FRENCH FRYMany people contend that President Thomas Jefferson introduced the deep-fried potatoes at a state dinner in 1802 when he returned to the United States from a trip to France. In the 1920s, French fries exploded in popularity because veterans of World War I tasted them in Europe and came home wanting more fries.###