Had a lovely dinner at Cafe Levonya this weekend. The orange walls, candle lamps and Guy Buffet paintings made for a cozy place to relax in the end of the day and enjoy good food. The hot borsch with beef was fantastic and brought fond memories of home (I am from Moscow). It was accompanied by great pumpernickel
bread, and was a meal in itself. The herring appetizer was delicious and not overly salty. I ended my meal with a pot of tea since I was too full for dessert. The portions were extremely generous and the dishes could easily be shared. They don't have a liquor license, but will probably let you bring your own wine. My whole dinner with tip was only $14. What a find!