I ran in to check out this new deli this evening. I had never noticed it before but the proprietors, both from Moscow, said that they had been open for 20 days.(There was a bit of a language barrier problem, so don't quote me on this one.) In any case it was quite busy at 6:30. They are open every night until 8:00 except Sundays. It appeared that I was the only one not speaking Russian. The wife(?) followed me around the store as I peppered her with questions. She was most knowledgeable about the Russian products, and offered her personal opinions. I was not familiar with many of the products. I suggest someone like rworange make a trip and give us a much more informed report than this one. Lots of German, Eastern European and Russian products labeled with the precise names to help out the uninitiated. A good German Christmas selection. Although some of the domestic goods were over-priced, every thing else seemed very reasonable and sometimes down right ridiculously cheap. Good selection of U. S. German wurst, bolognas etc. It was possible to buy small quantities of many items, perfect for trying new foods. As I result,our family had an impromtu cold dinner. It included a selection of Russian salamis, whitefish salad, Latvian black bread, Amros sweet whipped butter, canned plums with delicious russian style sour cream. The sour cream was worth a visit all on its own. I would love to hear what other Chowhounds think of this place.