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In the Big Apple though the sheer variety and number of Russian bars can be mind-boggling which run the gamut, from the nouveau-riche West 50s to East Village joints frequented by college drags to the places that are actually filled with Russkis.
Midtown NYC is Uncle Vanya; named after a Chekhov play, this hangout instantly makes expats feel at home.
With its stacks of papers, Russian theater posters, and a wooden piano, it resembles the apartment of a member of the Russian intelligentsia in exile.
You can hang out in either of the two adjacent spaces, a casual cafe or a bar with a sofa.
The place is alive with strains of Russian folk music and offers you choices in Russian food and drink like Baltika, flavored vodkas, home-style and borscht .
Russian Samovar is however the place to be if you want to dine/down vodka shots where the newly rich Russian lads and the stylish Russian beauties hang out.The real draw here is the 20 flavors of house-infused vodkas, including dill, ginger, cherry, peach, pear and cranberry-lemon.KGB Bar in East Village is another popular bar known for the steep staircase you have to ascend to get there and the Soviet kitsch inside—KGB has an impressive collection of propaganda posters and the like. Completely free online dating service for New york singles meet at Russian Dating New york has many single people just like you seeking for a date, friendship and relationship.Seeking online love and romance at free New york dating website is easy.