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Eater Inside: Frjtz

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The return of Frjtz—the city's only "Belgian Fries, Crepes and Art Teahouse"—to Hayes Valley brings an interior vastly different from the look of the two original (and now shuttered) Frjtz locations in Ghirardelli Square and Hayes Valley. The new Frjtz, at 581 Hayes, is located right next door to the old one and continues the minimalist, sterile, ultra-modern theme put forth by its Valencia Street counterpart, which is the only other one still open. Eclectic artwork adorns the walls throughout the space, which snakes back well beyond the Hayes Street entrance into even more lounge areas rife with wooden banquettes and artsy frivolities like molded moose heads, comic book portraits and exposed pipes.

Further reading on the new Frjtz can be had at Chowhound and NFT.