A new exciting franchise: Friitz Belgian Fries!
Tue, 9/11/10 – 18:00 | 75 Comments

A new Belgian Fries franchise was recently launched. It is named Friitz (with double i, pronounce as
[/' f r i: t s /]), inspired by Fritz, the first man known to have opened a fry …

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Ray’s Candy Shop on Avenue A – NYC [updated]
Sunday, 14 Dec, 2008 – 7:40 | 7 Comments
Ray’s Candy Shop on Avenue A – NYC [updated]

While browsing the Internet, I stumbled upon a page describing an old fry shop I never heard of.
Curiously, the shop’s name is Ray’s Candy Shop . No reference to (Belgian) Fries at all, but looking …

Pommes Frites 2 – NYC (closed)
Saturday, 31 Dec, 2005 – 4:16 | 2 Comments
Pommes Frites 2 – NYC (closed)

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 …

Le Frite Kot – NYC (closed)
Saturday, 31 Dec, 2005 – 4:07 | No Comment
Le Frite Kot – NYC (closed)

148, West fourth Street (Greenwich Village, NYC) (was closed in 2004)
Last visited: May 2003
My favourite fry shop in New York. Sham Sul Miah, born in Bangladesh but lived in Brussels for 15 years, owns this …

Pomme Pomme – NYC (closed)
Saturday, 31 Dec, 2005 – 3:26 | No Comment
Pomme Pomme – NYC (closed)

Was located at 191 E. Houston Street, New York City
Last visited: never, closed in 2005
I never had the chance to visit this fry shop in New York. When I was there back in 2005, it …

Pommes Frites – NYC [updated]
Saturday, 8 Oct, 2005 – 4:40 | 2 Comments
Pommes Frites – NYC [updated]

123 2nd Ave. (between 7 & 8 St.), New York City, NY 10003
Last visited: Sep. 2005
Website: www.pommesfrites.ws
My comment back in 1999: Suzanne Levinson was the first to make a business selling ‘the authentic Belgian fries’ …

B-Frites – NYC (closed)
Wednesday, 31 Dec, 2003 – 4:11 | One Comment
B-Frites – NYC (closed)

1657 Broadway (near 51st Street)
Last visited: May 2003, this shop was closed late 2003
Opened in 1999 by Skell who lived in Belgium. These are the most authentic Belgian Fries you can get in New York: …

Frites Belges – NYC (closed)
Friday, 31 Dec, 1999 – 3:46 | No Comment
Frites Belges – NYC (closed)

Located at 6a East 14th, NYC
Last visited: May 1999, closed down soon afterwards
This fry shop has been closed since my last visit in 1999. It was run by Wendy Helterman and opened the day of …

Nameless fry shop – NYC (closed)
Friday, 31 Dec, 1999 – 3:38 | No Comment
Nameless fry shop – NYC (closed)

Located somewhere near the financial district in NYC
Last visited: 1999, never to be seen afterwards
The big success of Suzanne Levinson (Pommes Frites) was shamelessly copied by some Indian restaurant owner who clearly didn’t have …