Poles make good food

No, not THOSE poles, silly.

A-Tooch’s neighborhood is known for it’s historic past population of Slavic immigrants. While most of that history has disappeared, a few great landmarks still remain. Among them: Veselka

This awesome restaurant is diner-like and serves up only the best pierogies, borscht, and cheese blintzes. YUM! On top of that, there are a ton of other Polish specialties, meats, etc.

I’m headed there tonight, wahoo :)

Check it out for yourself: 144 2nd Ave. (at 9th St.) NY, NY

(A great place for brunch, too!)

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One Comment

  1. Posted December 15, 2010 at 2:03 PM | Permalink

    I live in Philly, but I was in NY last weekend and my friend introduced me to their pierogies and beet horseradish salad. I’ve found myself thinking all week about when will be my next trip to NY and how can I be sure to make it back to Veselka!

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