Snuffer's Restaurant and Bar may be temporarily be closed to slow the spread of coronavirus, but on April 20, it will still celebrate the day it created - National Cheddar Fries Day.
National Cheddar Fries Day was founded in 2016 after Snuffers petitioned the folks at the National Day Calendar. The restaurant has been serving its cheddar fries since 1978 and hasn't changed the recipe since it was created by a group of SMU students.
"Snuffer's Cheddar Fries are not your average cheese fries - they're in a league of their own," Snuffer's shared in a news release. "They are made using Idaho potatoes that are hand-cut daily and cooked with freshly grated Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese. They are then topped with bacon crumbles, jalapenos and chives and served with a side of the restaurant's special housemade ranch."
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The Greenville Avenue and Richardson locations will serve them to go seven days a week. Those who download the Snuffer's app named Cheddar Fries Nation are entered for a chance to win free cheddar fries for a year.
The winner will be declared after the contest ends on April 20.