The Spruce Creek Tavern in Spruce Creek, Pa., has been serving it's famous french fries since it opened in 1949.  Each tray of fries is made of 7-8 potatoes that are hand peeled and cut daily.  The tray costs $6.50.  CDT/Nabil K. Mark
The Spruce Creek Tavern in Spruce Creek, Pa., has been serving it's famous french fries since it opened in 1949. Each tray of fries is made of 7-8 potatoes that are hand peeled and cut daily. The tray costs $6.50. CDT/Nabil K. Mark
The Spruce Creek Tavern in Spruce Creek, Pa., has been serving it's famous french fries since it opened in 1949. Each tray of fries is made of 7-8 potatoes that are hand peeled and cut daily. The tray costs $6.50. CDT/Nabil K. Mark

Spruce Creek Tavern french fries

September 03, 2010 10:19 AM

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