As the name suggests, Fat Dan’s cuts right to the chase with their food, not even bothering with plates. The thick, delicious sandwiches and hand-cut, totally irregular fries come served on a square of brown paper: no frills, no apologies. And if you’ve ever had Fat Dan’s, you know that they could probably spike the whole meal on the ground and all hungover patrons would hit the deck face-first after it. Some people really hate that the fries look like misshapen fry factory rejects, but it’s a central part of Fat Dan’s dedication to really delicious handmade food. Everything’s greasy — or medicinal, depending on your chemical state of being — and it all makes you thankful to that first genius who dropped potatoes in hot oil.