Mr. Fries Man continues to expand and franchise throughout Los Angeles with a new location coming to Stevenson Ranch, located at 25708 The Old Rd.
This will become the sixth location in Los Angeles County, with many more expected to come. Franchisee owner Specelle Williams will help expand the chain into the Santa Clarita Valley around February or March 2022. Excited customers can expect new locations in Orange County, Whittier, Northridge, and Utah. The latest Mr. Fries Man will replace Mama Mia Pizza in the near future. The new restaurant will sit within in 1,400 square-foot space.
Founders Craig Batiste and his wife Dorothy began franchising in June 2020 and have more than 21 locations in the works throughout the Southwest. Four years prior the husband-wife duo started creating mouth-watering french fry creations from his home kitchen. The couple soon opened their first brick-and-mortar space in Gardena in February 2017. Now, the husband-wife duo gets ready to open another location after their other much-anticipated restaurants have taken their time to open. Their new restaurant will sit next to a Cabo Cabana Fresh Baja Grill.
The restaurant quickly gained popularity through its Instagram, which has almost half a million followers. Part of the reason why they’ve gone viral on social media, other than their irresistible-looking food, is because rapper Nipsey Hussle posted about the loaded fries before his death. Since then, the restaurant has overflowed with high praise from both critics and customers, which has resulted in countless people trying to get a taste for themselves.
Customers can find everything they’ve ever dreamed of putting on top of a bed of golden french fries, including bbq bacon ranch chicken, honey garlic shrimp steak, and chili cheese. If their signature combos aren’t what you’re looking for, you can also create your fries with any of their tasty toppings.
Correction: This article previously misstated the owners of this location as Craig and Dorothy Batiste. The correct owner is the new franchisee owner Specelle Williams.