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Sweet Potatoes



529 North Trade Street
Winston Salem, NC 27101

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(336) 727-4844

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm


4.5 of 5.0 from 42 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
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  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
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  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
  • Sweet Potatoes in Winston Salem, NC
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Sweet Potatoes Reviews

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  • ChefMoz I just so happened to stumble upon Sweet Potatoes this past weekend and what a treat!!!! Both the food and the ambiance are GREAT!!!I would highly recommend the Macaroni and Cheese w/ Ham Soufflé. It is unbelievably good. It's so thick, rich and filling, you could honestly eat it as a main course.

    44444 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozA very small place with a great atmosphere, and eclectic food, on Trade street in the Art district. Treat yourself.

    44444 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozSweet Potatoes is truly about sweet potatoes. They are everywhere in the menu: sweet potato fries, chunks of roasted sweet potatoes in the Stephanie salad, sweet potato cornbread dressing and so on. I never have been much of a fan of southern cooking beyond the fried chicken with all of the sides. But the cooking here is a step above that. Soulful food that rarely uses sweet potatoes as the showcase but as a supporting character giving the dish it is paired with an authenticity of southern cooking but allows for a look forward with a New South type of cooking.The decor is bright though the subdued lighting for dinner did not reveal it to be so. The walls are showcases for local artists and paintings are rotated on a regular basis. On this visit, massive paintings of jazz artists, Ella Fitzgerald and local hero Fantasia Barrino were on the wall. The atmosphere was lively but not crowded allowing us to be seated right away.One of the biggest beefs I have with restaurants today is that when you order sweet tea, you generally get a watery weak drink where the sweetness is applied after the fact. Not so here: full bodied tea with a sweetness that can only come from sugar syrup boiled with the tea.We started with the Red and White Fries, sweet potato and russet potato fries drizzled with white cheddar cheese and bacon. The fries were meaty and crispy on the outside. Then we sampled the Fried Green Tomato and Okra dish. Normally, I stay away from okra and its slimy feel when cooked but coated with a crumb breading and deep fried, it was a delectable mouth popper. The tomato was done to perfection with the sourness tempered by the tang of buttermilk and fried in a crispy cornmeal coating.The Stephanie salad is a heaping concoction of ham, roasted sweet potatoes, white cheddar, and tomatoes on baby greens. It was a meal made for two.Ma's Meatloaf featured two large wedges of a flavorful meat mixed with a good balance of spices and fillings. I would not be surprised if a sweet potato puree found itself in the dish. Sitting on a bed of mashed potatoes and topped with crispy onion strings, it would put any roadside diner meatloaf to shame.The Pork Chop dish had two heft sized boneless chops sitting on a sweet potato cornbread dressing with the combination drizzled with sweet apple brandy gravy. The pork chops were moist and the dressing was superb with a good mix of textures and flavors but the gravy was a bit too gelatinous and did not added much to the dish. Roasted potatoes available as a side would have been also be a good choice.There are numerous sides of a distinctly Southern bent available to order such as grits, fried okra, and candied sweet potatoes.So if you need to reestablish your southern bona fides with regional cooking, Sweet Potatoes in Winston should be your first choice.

    44444 by ChefMoz.org


  • Martin W.Catfish hoagie is excellent when it's available!

    55555 by Martin W.


  • Alina T.Bring your appetite! Incredible food!!!! Truly incredible!!!! I was blown away by their fried green tomatoes and their DC burger!!!!

    55555 by Alina T.


  • David P.Ask Fred to make you a Mimosa on Sundays!

    55555 by David P.


  • David P.Best sweet potato pancakes in town

    55555 by David P.


  • D EThe best! Period. Paragraph. My favorite restaurant in the world!

    55555 by D E


  • S C.My tip is....... DON'T BE CHEAP LEAVE A GOOD tip like 25% or more!!!!! Appreciation g

    33333 by S C.


  • Cam M.PROS: Good food, inspired & affordable Lunch menu, asset to downtown W-S. CONS: Mediocre service, long wait for table at expensive Dinner, parking can be hell. CONCLUSION: Yes to Lunch, No to Dinner.

    55555 by Cam M.


  • Dave B.Food was pretty good but they don't offer lemonade or alt. to the dishes they provide. They strictly stick to theme expressed in the name! To each his own....

    33333 by Dave B.


  • Marquita W.Come if you don't mind waiting. They take their time with every meal!! But its worth the wait!

    33333 by Marquita W.


  • Carmen C.Spicy greens are a must have!

    55555 by Carmen C.


  • Colleen W.Grilled roasted veggie sandwich really good, even without cheese!

    55555 by Colleen W.


  • Sherice B.Love this place..gotta try Sweet Potato Martini

    55555 by Sherice B.


  • Tessa S.The salmon w sweet potato cornbread was awesome! Fried chicken was really good too. Get sweet potato pie for dessert

    55555 by Tessa S.


  • Stephanie D.Best sweet tater fries hands down!

    55555 by Stephanie D.


  • MsPoinsettiaIt was amazing southern food! Reminds me of Gladys in Atlanta!

    55555 by MsPoinsettia


  • a/perture c."Oh, what I wouldn't give for a plate of fried green tomatoes like we used to have at the cafe. Ooh!" (FRIED GREEN TOMATOES)

    33333 by a/perture c.


  • Lhea W.GET THE CATFISH!!!!

    33333 by Lhea W.


  • B P.Poorly managed.

    11111 by B P.


  • Jacob R.Second-guess their wait-times, we had to wait a whole half hour longer than the "twenty minutes" we were told (many who came in after us were told the same)

    11111 by Jacob R.


  • Nancy T.Jason Blevins artwork on display!

    55555 by Nancy T.


  • Ash M.Ahhhhh, it is good to be the Mayor!

    55555 by Ash M.


  • Kristel K.Amazing staff and atmosphere!

    55555 by Kristel K.


  • Mark W.The Fried Chicken is drop dead delicious! One of the best restaurants in WS.

    55555 by Mark W.


  • Storm W.Go early, it gets packed fast.

    55555 by Storm W.


  • Raeshika J.I found the lunch menu to be pretty good. Not quite as excited about dinner. The salmon Florentine left a bit to be desired. Get the duck wings! Excellent taste.

    55555 by Raeshika J.


  • Tamara H.sweet potato fry love

    55555 by Tamara H.


  • Hope K.Catfish nola yummy! !!!

    55555 by Hope K.


  • Emylie C.Verrry good! Oh man, those sweet mashed potatoes were soooo smooth and creamy! Awesomeness!

    55555 by Emylie C.


  • Mel S.Fried Okra, Greens, and of course - Sweet Potatoes.

    55555 by Mel S.


  • Richard S."Secret Chicken Powder" makes the toast points with the collard dip. Let us know if you figure it out.

    55555 by Richard S.


  • Susan M.Amazing food and amazing service. LOVE this place!

    55555 by Susan M.


  • Bryan T.The desserts are huge!

    55555 by Bryan T.


  • Dominic G.catfish hoagie and fried okrah w/ soup du jour and sweet iced tea.dinner: the duck is superb.

    55555 by Dominic G.


  • Doug B.Get the Mambo Chicken for lunch with extra sauce. It's to die for.

    55555 by Doug B.


  • Glade M.start your dinner with the mac and cheese. it's the best i've ever had!

    55555 by Glade M.


  • Mitchell E.The fried okra is some of the best I've ever had! Plus, the wait staff is super nice!

    55555 by Mitchell E.


  • John B.Sunday brunch is excellent. Try the curried shrimp and grits or the unfrenched toast. Never disappoints

    55555 by John B.


  • Crystal N.Yummy licious okra and fried green tomatoes!

    55555 by Crystal N.


  • CodyClassy southern food with a great wine list.

    55555 by Cody


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