The menu at Boss Cow is small - the only entree is steak frites alongside a single kale salad and a handful of mostly meat starters. But there are two things on the menu that make us want to live as close to this place as possible. The first is the fries in the steak frites, which are some of the best classic french fries we’ve ever had. They’re so crispy that you might startle your neighbors when you eat them. The steak that comes along with those fries is solid, but not as good as the perfect fried chicken wings they also have here. So get a side of crispy frites and those wings and you too might consider paying way too much rent to be within a five-minute walk of this place.
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