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October 17, 2006
From journal Make Mine Manhattan--East Coast Summer II
March 17, 2006
From journal Spring Break in New York City
June 22, 2005
From journal Things I Learned Living in New York City
May 23, 2004
Every time I return to the Village, I thank the powers that be that Pommes Frites is still open. This hole-in-the-wall establishment serves up the best Belgian fries I have ever had.
You order a cone of fries (in a variety of sizes) and you can order as many accompaniments as you wish. To me, the accompaniments are the best part. They range from the standard (ketchup) to the exotic (curry mayo). There are about 20 different sauces available for your fries. I usually share a cone with a friend and pick out 5 different sauces to share. You take your meal over to the low wooden tables, which have cupholders for your fries. It's usually quite packed in here and I always feel lucky to get a seat, usually squeezed in against other customers.
Yes, I'm salivating even now.
From journal Weekends in NYC
Los Angeles, California
November 16, 2002
From journal Taste of New York City