14 "Eastern European" Restaurants in New York.
Veselka, the classic Ukrainian spot, now has a location in The Market Line on the LES. Come for pierogi and breakfast served all day.
Dacha 46 is a roving Eastern European food concept doing pop-ups all across the city.
Cherry Hill Gourmet is an Eastern European grocery store in Sheepshead Bay with a seemingly endless supply of products.
Varenichnaya is a Russian spot in Brighton Beach where dumpling dreams actually come to life.
NetCost Market in Brighton Beach is a Russian grocery store with a great hot bar, lots of beers, and more types of butter than we ever imagined.
Vintage Specialty Food is a candy store and Russian grocery in Brighton Beach.
Pilsener Haus is a Hoboken beer garden that's ideal for day drinking outside with a big group.
Bathhouse is an Eastern European restaurant in Williamsburg that serves some of the best food you can eat in a robe.
Sammy’s Roumanian is a Jewish/Eastern European spot on the Lower East Side that’s a fun place to celebrate a birthday.
Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden is a massive outdoor bar in Astoria that’s a great place to day drink with a group.
Baba’s Pierogies is a bright, modern-looking spot in Gowanus that serves a bunch of different types of pierogies.
Bierocracy is a big beer hall that’s close to the 7 and G trains in LIC if your crew is looking for an alternative to Radegast or Houston Hall.
B&H Dairy in the East Village is one of the last kosher lunch counters in the city, and they make fantastic tuna melts, latkes, and borscht.