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Dining Review: Hot Potato House Is Original And Homemade

Tucked away on the quiet Oriental Boulevard, Hot Potato House, at 109 Oriental Blvd, is a subtle, yet impressive, Eastern European restaurant just down the...

Here Are Some Local Restaurants To Check Out During Russian Heritage...

June is Russian Heritage Month in New York City. Established in 2003 by the Russian American Foundation, in partnership with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg...

Is NetCost The Best Supermarket In The World? Epicurious Thinks So

//player.cnevids.com/embedjs/51ffee3d4ffb601bd1000001/video/5727537e33948c0ae7000001.js Watch this on The Scene. This week, the foodie site Epicurious stumbled across one of our neighborhood's best kept secrets. Bath Beach's NetCost Market (8671 18th...

Join A Brooklyn Tradition: The 39th Annual Brighton Jubilee (Sponsored)

The 39th Annual Brighton Jubilee will take place on Sunday, August 30 from 10am-6pm. The Jubilee is a multi-block festival that runs along Brighton...

Cafe Lily, Bensonhurst’s Second Uzbek-Russian-Korean Restaurant, Opens On Avenue O

A second Uzbek-Russian-Korean restaurant opened in the Bensonhurst area last month, replacing Uzbechka, a popular Uzbek restaurant that closed after just one year in business. Cafe...

After 21 Years Of Business, Baku Bakery Closes 86th Street Storefront...

For as long as we can remember, the owners of Baku Bakery (1972 86th Street) have been peddling delicious Russian and Azeri cookies and cakes from their pint-sized shop on...

Russian Eatery Stolovaya Gets High Praise (But With A Caveat)

Revered New York City food critic Robert Sietsema recently praised the local Russian eatery Stolovaya for its hearty and affordable fare. But his review came with a...

Uzbek-Korean “Cafe At Your Mother-In-Law” Mulling Expansion

The owners of Uzbek-Korean fusion restaurant Cafe At Your Mother-in-Law, with locations in Brighton Beach and Bensonhurst, is considering further expansion and even franchising. We...

Tsob-Tsobe! Restaurant Replaces Back To USSR On Coney Island Avenue

It was with great dismay that we noticed Back to USSR pulling down its signs over the summer, after two years in business. The...

Sheepshead Bay Rd’s Global Wholesale Market May Reopen For Business

Sheepshead Bay Road's Global Wholesale Market may reopen two years after it sold its last apple, as the building is currently undergoing major renovations. The...

Blinoff Creperie Now Open On Coney Island Avenue

Blinoff Creperie is now open on Coney Island Avenue, nearly a year after signs went up announcing the location. We first reported on the new...

New Russian Restaurant, Lazzat, Headed To Bath Avenue

A new Russian restaurant, Restaurant Lazzat, is set to open soon at 1969 Bath Avenue. Elle Spektor, our roaming reporter, writes in: Noticed this on...

The Black Breads Of Little Odessa – The Bite

THE BITE: Many things can be said about the Russian community of Brighton Beach and Sheepshead Bay, but you can't take away their authenticity. If...

Blinoff Creperie “Coming Soon” To Coney Island Avenue

A new eatery called Blinoff Creperie has popped up at 2421 Coney Island Avenue, next to the Burger King south of Avenue U. Blini, for...

Back To USSR: Duck Confit – The Bite

THE BITE: Comrades! Today we admire Soviet kitsch in a Soviet kitchen: Back to USSR, at 2817 Coney Island Avenue off of Avenue Z. Here you'll...