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Getting to Brighton Beach via subway is your best bet. If you can’t make it out to Brooklyn for some fine Russian cuisine, there are a couple notable establishments in Manhattan as well: The Russian Tea Room: The Russian Tea Room is a very colorful and vibrant restaurant with an array of Russian cuisine including their delicious pork tenderloin and cherry and cheese blintzes.
For a more modern and affluent Russian community, you can visit South Beach. The Russian community is a relatively old one when compared to other foreign populations and it has made its presence felt around the city with a number of cultural centers: The Russian American Cultural Center: RACC provides cultural representation to the Russian American residents in the New York City metropolitan area.
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The Winter Garden is at the end of a row of Russian eateries and provides colorful décor and delicious food.
We recommend any of their salads and grilled meats.
Originally made up mostly of Russian Jews (immigrated in the late 1960s) the community has now grown to include a much wider Russian demographic.
On a stroll down Brighton Beach’s streets you will see a plethora of Russian delis, butchers, cafes, book stores, and clothing boutiques.
However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t appreciate the (sometimes over the top) culture, the foods and, of course, the vodka that the country’s immigrants have institutionalized in a number of establishments across the city.
As referenced in a article by novelist Alexander Nazaryn, William Pokhlyobkin, famed Russian culinary author—and passionate defender of vodka consumption—notes, “the correct role of vodka at a table is to accompany and to highlight exclusively Russian national dishes.
The Russian immigration wave to New York City stretches back to the 1800s but the big surge of modern day Russians in the United States is identified after the Soviet era (post-1991).
The Russian population increased by 254%, totaling over 4 million Russians in the United States with over 90% of this population living in large urban areas, most notably New York City.