McDonald’s offering Cheesy Bacon Fries in select markets

McDonald’s is giving its world famous fries a makeover.

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The fast food chain, known for its crispy straight-cut french fries, is offering Cheesy Bacon Fries as a "regional limited-time-only" item at select locations in the United States, a spokesperson for McDonald's confirmed.

The fries, which are topped with gooey real cheddar cheese sauce and smoked bacon bits, will be available in participating restaurants in northern California and Hawaii. According to News 4, the fries have also been spotted in Nevada.

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The new fries, which cost $3.50 – $3.75, are not the first time the Golden Arches has tried experimenting with its signature side. Last year, the chain offered a product called the Loaded Bacon & Cheese Basket of Fries at its Chicago location, which offers an international menu. The Loaded Bacon & Cheese Basket is a menu item on McDonald's menus in Australia.

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If you want to try them, though, you’ll have to act quick – the new french-fry dish is only around for a limited time.