As Americans, we sure do love our French Fries So much so, that we eat around 30 pounds per year, on average.  And if you live here in the Sioux Empire, there are plenty of places with tasty fries. In fact, four restaurants cracked the top ten on this list. But one Sioux Falls eatery stands above the rest, with the most delicious fries in the entire state.

Best Things South Dakota has compiled a list of the 5, can't-miss places for French Fries in South Dakota. And you won't have to travel far to find number one on this list.

Here's the top 5, According to Best Things South Dakota:

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  1. J.L. Beers, Sioux Falls
  2. Sickies Garage, Rapid City/Sioux Falls
  3. Black Hills Sauce & Dough Co. (Formerly Black Hills Burger and Bun Company, Custer)
  4. Ode to Food and Drinks, Sioux Falls
  5. Taphouse 41, Sioux Falls

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Seeing some of your favorite places to grab fries on this list? You're in good company.

Best Things South Dakota writes that the key factor that put J.L. Beers a notch above the rest was the seasoning.

When ordering, a customer can choose between Sea salt, Cajun, Jalapeno cheddar, Barbecue, and Parmesan Garlic seasonings.

Sickies cracks the top five too, as do  Ode to Food & Drinks and Taphouse 41 (can you say duck fat fries?).

To read the descriptions for the entire list, check out the article from Best Things South Dakota here.

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35 Movies That Take Place in South Dakota

When it comes to South Dakota and Hollywood, we've seen our fair share of films that have used our state as the backdrop for a number of productions over the years. They may not have always filmed here, but movie folk love to set stories here.

We're all familiar with the blockbusters like 1990's Dances With Wolves, 1959's North By Northwest, and more recently, 2007's National Treasure: Book of Secrets. But our state's life on the big screen goes back nearly 100 years.

According to IMDb, it all started with Courtin' Wildcats, a 1929 film which, like so many of the 29 films on this list, is a Western set in the time before South Dakota became a state in 1889.

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