Courtesy of Nargis CafePark Slope is about to get a taste of Uzbek food. The noted restaurant, Nargis Cafe [/yelpers-place-nargis-cafe-list-brooklyns-top-100-eateries/] in Sheepshead Bay, will open another location at 155 5th Avenue [/quintet-of-new-restaurants-playing-soon-on-slopes-5th-avenue/] (Lincoln Place and St. John’s Place) in March 2017. It is something owner and head chef, Boris
Courtesy of Nargis CafePark Slope is about to get a taste of Uzbek food. The noted restaurant, Nargis Cafe [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2015/12/yelpers-place-nargis-cafe-list-brooklyns-top-100-eateries/] in Sheepshead Bay, will open another location at 155 5th Avenue [/quintet-of-new-restaurants-playing-soon-on-slopes-5th-avenue/] (Lincoln Place and St. John’s Place) in March 2017. It is
Varenichnaya’s veal pelmeni. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)June is Russian Heritage Month [http://russianamericanfoundation.org/annual-russian-heritage-month] in New York City. Established in 2003 by the Russian American Foundation, in partnership with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Daily News, the annual celebration holds events throughout the city to
Kebabs roasting on spits at Nargis Cafe. (Photo: Nargis Cafe [https://www.facebook.com/nargiscafe/photos/pb.230968093699355.-2207520000.1451510650./696743370455156/?type=3&theater] / Facebook)Nargis Cafe, the darling neighborhood restaurant that’s attracted glowing reviews in the New York Times [http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/27/nyregion/the-ever-expanding-uzbek-flower.
Okay, it snows. You get some pretty photos [/beautiful-blizzard-bay-photos-winter-storm-juno/]. And then, bam, it just sucks for the next few weeks until it melts. Well, besides the photos, there’s one more good thing the snow brought: delivery from Nargis Cafe (2818 Coney Island Avenue). The Uzbeki restaurant began offering delivery
A pumpkin manti from Nargis.Nargis Cafe (2818 Coney Island Avenue) is in the limelight again, this time with the New York Times [http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/27/nyregion/the-ever-expanding-uzbek-flower.html&_r=0] writing up the Uzbeki restaurant’s mouth-watering cuisine, and tracing the business from humble beginnings
Welcome back to The Bite [/tag/the-bite/], Sheepshead Bites’ weekly column where we explore the foodstuffs of Sheepshead Bay. Each week we check out a different offering from one of the many restaurants, delis, food carts, bakeries, butchers, fish mongers, or grocers in our neighborhood. If it’s edible, we’