Fritz European Fry House Where:Bremerton Harborside (right next to the ferry) Hours: 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., M-Th; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri & Sat; Usually between 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. A Few Prices: Chicken basket with fries & soda: $5.99; regular cone of frites: $4 Beer: Slowly rotating tap selection includes: Stella Artois, Heads Up's Belgian Triple MxPx Connection: The proprietor, Andy Husted, was the band's original guitarist. Atmosphere: if you're inside this two-butt restaurant, you're sitting (or standing) at one of two counters. For extended stays, grab one of their tables outside. Yes, there's wi-fi. You'll get a free signal from the conference center. Tasting Notes: The chicken and fish ain't much to write home about. They're passable, and enhanced monumentally by the variety of dipping sauces you can choose from. The fries are winning. Generously salted, and irresistible. They've got the gentle crunch on the outside actual potato inside. No McSoggy here. Tip: This is a great place to get a buzz on the sly, especially if you're one of the millions of Americans that live, work, and play in downtown Bremerton. The beer's high-octane, the frites are salty, and you can get the mellow of a three-beer lunch in a glass-and-a-half. Why Worth the Trip? My guess is the last bit of grease and salt has been sucked away from beneath your fingernails in the two months since Frites shut down. Here's your chance to get your fix. And if salt ain't your poison of choice, well, you're in Bremerton, where you have options.