Eastern European Restaurants
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Eastern European specialties in an Italian cuisine-dominated neighborhood.
With its awesome kielbasa, blintzes, potato pancakes, and pierogies, this is definitely the Polish place.
Anyone who's lived in the East Village has spent at least one late night/early morning there, scarfing down blintzes.
When you combine Austrian and Swiss you don't just get weirdo word combinations, you get to also simultaneously sink your teeth into seafood
If you want to bring the family out for some authentic Eastern-European delicacies, Teresa's is a cozy must-try. Diner decor begets a casual eatery...
Mediterranean charm in the West Village
The menu is chock full of schnitzel, goulash, and bread and meat dumplings, so come with your appetite ready.