Al's French Frys
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This Halloween, Lucas Bull (with a little help from his dad) dressed as his favorite food.

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THE HISTORY OF AL'S

Al's TrailerAl's French Frys was started by Al and Genevieve Rusterholz in the late 1940's. Their fabulous french frys quickly made Al's into a Burlington-area institution. Below you can see the original South Burlington building, which had an open front counter and no inside seating. The surrounding farmland is urban now, and the building has had several additions—but the frys are still the same, and it's no exaggeration to say that they are known nationwide. The trailer shown to the right, which was set up in Mallets Bay, has a 1947
license plate. It's the forerunner of Al's french fry stands at the
Champlain Valley Fair and other events. Thanks for coming to Al's, and
enjoy!

—Al's Management Team: Bill Bissonette, Lee Bissonette, Jay Bissonette,
Kim Bissonette, Eric Hamel, Deb Lawrence, and Jim McHugh

Al's French Frys building in 1947