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Stage Restaurant (East Village)


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Stage Restaurant (East Village)

Richard Halpern | Apr 30, 2006 02:11 AM

I had dinner here tonight and was surprised to see the last mention of this place on Chowhound-that I could find-was back in 2002. This is the ultimate in Polish/Ukranian food. I had a combo plate: kielbasa, four boiled pierogies with onions (one each of four different kinds-potato, cheese, cabbage/mushroom and meat), a stuffed cabbage, vegetable (spinach), all covered with a rich gravy. Belly-busting comfort food, all for under $10. Topped it off with blintzes (cheese/strawberry). Folks, this is like none other--unless you are lucky enough to have a polish grandmother cook for you. The atmosphere is strictly diner with only counter seats. However, it's not about the environs, it's about the great food!

Just thought I'd raise everyone's consciousness about the deliciousness to be found here.

128 2nd Ave, between 7th & 8th St
(212) 473-8614


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