S'macks is a brainchild of the team that runs Gecko's, the local mini-empire that has been sourcing much of its vegetables from Sarasota's Honeyside Farms, and the burger joint goes out of its way to tell you that Geiers Sausage Kitchen supplies all its hot dogs (starting at $3) and that the meat in its bison burgers (starting at $5.75) comes from Three Suns Ranch down in Punta Gorda. The fries are as excellent as you'd expect. Cut crinkle-style, they come by themselves ($2.59), dusted with garlic, herbs and Parmesan ($3.59) or buried in cheese and bacon ($4.59). All three options are winners, particularly that last one. Whereas many restaurants might make the fries soggy with an avalanche of cheese and bacon, S'macks' fries maintain their crisp structure. Has S'macks perfected ice cream? No. But the concrete tastes great, the bits of brownie like rare, valuable doubloons to be hunted for and scarfed down.