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  • -New Yorks very own Ukrainian Store located directly across from St. Georges Ukrainian Catholic Church on East 7th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue. Great place to pick up some books on Ukraine, pysanku equipment, embroidered shirts and almost anything else Ukrainian!
  • Kurowycky Meat Products, Inc.
    124 First Ave.
    New York, NY 10009
    Bet. 7th & 8th St.
    Tel. 212-477-0039
    -Some of the best Kovbasa you will find anywhere! Marta Stewart's favorite! This is a place that you need to experience for yourself!
  • Here is a listing of Eastern European food stores (Mostly Russian and Ukrainian) where you could find tons of authentic Ukrainian food. Click here
  • Veselka (Ukrainian Restaurant)

144 Second Ave. (Corner of 9th)

New York, NY 10003-8305

(212) 228- 9682

http://www.veselka.com/

-Rated best Borsht in the city by The New York Times and also the only borsht that can compete with my mothers! Open all day and all night. Great for the late night munchies. Well priced.

 

  • Karpaty Pub

142 Second Ave. (Between 8th and 9th St.)

New York, NY 10003

(212) 614-3283

-Always an interesting crowd and a great place to go to chill or meet new Ukrainians! Always a crowd on Fridays and Saturdays. Be sure to try the Ukrainian beer, Obolon.

 

  • Brewsky's

41 East Seventh Street.

New York, NY 10003

(212) 420-0671

-A place to go for anyone who enjoys fine beer. 12 beers on tap and a big selection of Ukrainian beers.

 

  • Village Farm and Grocery

146 Second Ave. (Corner of 9th)

New York, NY

(212) 475-7521

-Not exactly a Ukrainian business but this little deli on the corner has one of the largest and best priced Ukrainian beer selections in the city. With 8 different types of Slavutych, 2 types of Obolon and 2 types of Lvivske, this place has a great selection and is always adding more!

 

  • Ukrainian National Home

142 Second Ave. (Between 8th and 9th St.)

New York, NY 10003

(212) 614-3283

-Yes, it is the same building as Karpaty, but this place has some of the best Pierogies and Kielbasa in town! Great prices too!

 

  • East Village Meat Market & Deli (A.K.A. Baczynsky's)

139 Second Ave.

New York, NY 10003

(212) 228-5590

-As you walk in, prepare to be taken over by the smell of fresh kielbasa hanging by the dozens! Fresh cold cuts and steaks cut just to your specifications by their friendly staff! Also, quite the variety of food products from Ukraine and Eastern Europe!

 

  • Ukrainian Sports Club

122 Second Ave. (Between 7th and 8th Str.)

New York, NY 10003

(212) 475-1340

-Totally the place to be to watch the Klitschko fights or World Cup Qualifiers!! Full Bar - serving Obolon as well. 3 regular sized tv's and a massive 5 FOOT PROJECTION SCREEN TV! If you want to see some roudy Ukrainian fight fans... this is the place to go!

 

  • First Avenue Pierogi & Deli

130 First Ave.

New York, NY 10009

(212) 420-9690

-If you are looking for some good pierogies (varenuku), holobtsi (stuffed cabbage), various homemade soups including Ukrainian borsth to bring home, this is the place. Pierogies with all sorts of stuffing inside from seasonal berries to farmers cheese to the classic potato. Great place to stop by and pick some up to bring home.

 

 

 

If anyone knows of some places I have missed, send a message along with a small blurb about it!