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Monday, November 30, 2009

Waiting for Pommes Frites, on Second Avenue

Pommes Frites, NYC
Photo by myself on Second Avenue around 8th Street, in the East Village.

There is always a line out the door of Pommes Frites, a tiny place in the East Village. They specialize in delectable Belgian pomme frites (French fries).

You can choose among huge selection of spicy and savory sauces for dipping, including sweet mango chutney, pomegranate teriyaki mayo and wasabi mayo. My favorite has to be roasted garlic mayonnaise. Yum.

This places is open as late as 3:30 am, perfect for stumbling in after a long night of drinking.

For a peek at their website and menu, click here.


Ah, Mark and I are homeward bound, after our vacation in Puerto Rico. I must admit that I've been longing to take photos of home. It’s challenging this time of year though, since it gets dark so early.

Related posts: Meat Market, Ninth Avenue, Lichee Stand, Sunset Park and The Meal Obama Cart, Midtown.


Ken Mac said...

good street capture

Susu Paris Chic said...

Is there anything more intimate, more memorable than stopping at the corner kiosk in the middle of the night, on your way home... for some steamy, not-so-health-oriented, but oh so wonderful treats... in that special company...

Olivier said...

encore une belle photo b&w de rue, je savais pas qu'il existait un magasin spécialisé sur les frites ;)

missb@dragonflyvintage said...

mm, sweet mango chutney, YUM! how is sweet rupert??

Anonymous said...

Not really the same taste... j'ai essayé il y 10 ans.