A New York Minute

I have met friends at a favorite place in the East Village.

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7 Responses to A New York Minute

  1. mamajen says:

    What is on that magnificent sandwich? I assume Father is busy, so does anyone else know?

  2. Gaetano says:

    I saw that picture of a big red bowl of borscht and immediately knew you were at Veselka. The Christmas borscht is amazing.

  3. lizaanne says:

    Next time you are in the Detroit area Fr Z, you must try to get to Polish Village Cafe

    http://www.polishvillagecafe.us/index.html

    Amazing food!!! After Italian, Polish is my favorite!! YUM!

  4. OrthodoxChick says:

    Are those pierogies?? I’m not polish, but who on earth could resist a pierogi?!!

  5. Are those pierogies?? I’m not polish, but who on earth could resist a pierogi?!!

    Veselka is Ukranian (the neighborhood is Ukranian too) and so those are varenyky, not Pierogi! ;-)

  6. Qui bene distinguit, bene docet!

  7. Doug says:

    Ah, Veselka! My daughter and I try to go there every time we’re in New York. Thanks for sharing the pictures.