McDonald’s Gilroy Garlic Fries Are Now Available in 240 Locations Around San Francisco

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Popular fries expand from four test locations
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Fries are made with garlic from Gilroy, California.

McDonald’s Gilroy Garlic Fries, which sold out in all four test locations in less than two weeks, are back and now available at 240 locations in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The fries are made to order and tossed in a purée made with “world-famous” garlic from Gilroy, California. The purée is made with chopped Gilroy garlic, olive oil, parmesan cheese, parsley, and a pinch of salt.

The expansion from the four test stores reflects the positive customer feedback and reception of the regional menu item.

As for whether we will see Gilroy Garlic fries in other parts of the country, Consumerist said there is most likely not enough garlic to support a national launch.

Check out our guide to making McDonald’s fries at home, and read about McDonalds’ regional specialties in Michigan and the East Coast.

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