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polina and alex

your blog is great. i love the brighton beach section.thats where we live.the oblong pastries are piroshki and they are great.

Eugene Y.

Russians have really settled in New York, and opened a lot of businesses dating back to the 70’s and 80’s. This food store on Brighton Beach is a classic. Every Russian-American New Yorker has shopped here at least once. But we also have our classic Russian bookstores, cafes, and restaurants. One restaurant that comes to mind is Rasputin on Coney Island Ave. They are more upscale and trendy, offering great food and music on the weekends. So it seems like again that every Russian-American New Yorker has eaten there at least once!


I've also read great things about the carrot cake. Perhaps you could review that next time. :)

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