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Finding great house-fried potato chips

While not as easy to find as store-bought

While not as easy to find as store-bought bag examples, restaurant-made potato chips are worth seeking out. Credit: MCT/Stephanie S. Cordle

Macadoo's Grille, 847 Fort Salonga Rd., Northport, 631- 754-4442, macadoosgrille.com. These chips pair well with anything on the menu, from pulled chicken to ribs.

Jake's Wayback Burger, 1964 Jericho Tpke., East Northport, 631-864-5555; 945 W. Beech St., Long Beach, 516-442-3685; 2306 Hempstead Tpke., East Meadow, 516-520-0298, waybackburgers .com. This side dish of chips is great with a turkey burger.

Kodiak's, 1815 Broadhollow Rd., Farmingdale, 631-414-7055, kodiaksrestaurant.net. At this lively restaurant-bar, the chips are warm and crackling.

Tennessee Jed's, 3357 Merrick Rd., Wantagh, 516-308- 3355, barbeque.li. These crunchy chips present an alternative to the usual barbecue sides, like baked beans and sweet potato fries.

KB's Burger Shack, 411 W. Main St., Patchogue 631-627-6677, burgershack patchogue.com. A bowl of these crisp-seasoned chips take the place of a bread basket at this burger spot.

Luigi Q, 400A S. Oyster Bay Rd., Hicksville, 516-932-7450. Soaked in milk, drained, fried and then baked, these classy chips are seasoned and served at the bar. Chef-owner Luigi Quarta also serves them as a side dish, sauteed with garlic, onion and peppers.

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