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Every week, I document another dish that impressed and satiated me during my food adventures around New York City

UKRAINIAN EAST VILLAGE RESTAURANT, 140 Second Avenue (between East 9th Street and St. Marks Place), East Village

When you think of borscht, you probably think of a bowl of dark red liquid, but do you think of a hot or cold soup? Think about it.┬áTurns out borscht can be served at either temperature. And this time of year, there’s no question how I want my borscht. Hot and steamy.

That’s just what I found at the old-school Ukrainian East Village Restaurant. This neighborhood, which has lately become over-run with NYU students, used to be the home to a large group of Eastern European immigrants. Some of them are still in the neighborhood and thankfully, there is a handful of classic restaurants left

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