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Pommes Frites 2 – NYC (closed)

Submitted by mich on Saturday, 31 December 20052 Comments - 19,223 views

123 2nd Ave. (between 7 & 8 St.), New York City, NY 10003
Last visited: Sep. 2005

My comments in 1999: Suzanne Levinson was the first to make a business selling ‘the authentic Belgian fries’ on the streets in New York. She started her first outlet in 1997 and owns 2 at the moment (as far as I know). I never met her…. Maybe next time, Suzanne?

Prices in 1999: $3.00 for a regular, $4.25 for large and $5.50 for a double portion.

I understand the shop has closed shortly after my last visit (nothing to do with me I hope :) ).

Pictures below are from both Pommes Frites shops:

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