Brooklyn's Brighton Beach neighborhood is well-known for being the most highly concentrated area of Russian, and Eastern European immigrants and descendents in all of New York City.
Brighton Beach is a neighborhood with some of the most interesting cuisine in all of New York City. With a strong presence of residents hailing from Russia, Uzbekistan, and Georgia, neighborhood restaurants attract a wide variety of guests with traditional dishes like lamb skewers, caviar, and of course - vodka! Zagat editors Molly Moker and Billy Lyons visited the beach side Brooklyn neighborhood to find out how this unique area has been able to pass on its traditions to a new generation of residents.
Something wrong with this post? Let us know!