The 66-year-old Ukrainian restaurant was closed for six weeks due to the pandemic.
It's not like there's any shortage of places to eat around the city on Christmas Day, but your plan was to gorge yourself on pierogies and borscht, you are going to have to either make your own or wait.
Discounted dumplings shall carry us through to Friday.
Sometimes, you need to be fed at 3 a.m. Here's where to do it.
Starting at 6 p.m., the East Village institution will throw a big party complete with hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer, and a special "pierogi bar."
There's a lot of free food out there this week.
The line wrapped around the block.
Get your borscht on the cheap tomorrow from 6 p.m. until...6:54 p.m.
This year the East Village staple celebrates 50 years of serving their legendary beet soup; meet the woman who's made it possible for the last 30.
There are plenty of restaurants that stay open all day and all night, satisfying a New Yorker's need to shovel pre-prepared food into their mouths on command. Here are our favorites.
One way to lure customers into your new outpost? Free pedicab rides!
Fans of Ukrainian fare will be happy to know that Veselka Bowery starts plating peirogies for the public tonight in a space a mere ten blocks from its storied original location.
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