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The best sweet potato fries in Atlanta

True story.

I love “regular” French fries—from Farm Burger , Southern Art , Yard House, McDonald’s and almost every other restaurant that serves them. When I dined at Makan a while back, the waitress suggested I try the sweet potato fries with black bean sauce. My initial thought was no thank you, but I decided to give it a go. And you know what? They were great. So today’s round up is dedicated to that: four places that offer an awesome batch of sweet potato fries. (They’re so good solo that I don’t even need ketchup —and that’s my favorite condiment .)

Village Tavern: The traditional American menu includes a big batch of sweet potato fries—available as a side or next to burger.

11555 Rainwater Dr., Alpharetta. 770-777-6490, www.villagetavern.com

BOCADO Burger: Sure, you can have a side of sweet potato fries or opt for something better: an entire bowl of sweet potato fries weighing in at eight-ounces. Sharing is optional.

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2820 Old Milton Pkwy., Alpharetta. 678-248-5223, www.bocadoburger.com

Peach & The Porkchop: Sweet potato fries here are hand-cut and seasoned. Order solo or as a side since there are several dozen sandwiches and burgers to complement.

12040 Etris Road, Roswell. 770-696-5409, www.peachandtheporkchop.com/

Farm Burger: See the picture above? That's Farm Burger's bucket of sweet potato fries, which is offered at the Buckhead, Decatur and Dunwoody locations. Various locations, www.farmburger.net

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