Sunday, October 15, 2006, Brighton Beach, Little Russia
One neighborhood in BROOKLYN, NEW YORK is very different from all other neighborhoods…BRIGHTON BEACH is nicknamed “little Russia” because it is home to many Russian Immigrants who arrived here in the 1980’s. They worked hard to turn a once depressed neighborhood into a thriving, bustling place with a main street filled with restaraunts…a wide varirty of Russian & Ukrainian shoppes…a touch of home in a new land. Your Friendship tour Director will enhance your day’s experience… And then it’s time for lunch at famous PRIMORSKI RUSSIAN RESTAURANT. FAMILY STYLE MENU: Cold & Hot Appetizers with Vegetable Platter, Assorted smoked fish, Cabbage salad, Borscht, Roasted mushrooms, Cheese patties, Meat dumplings, Georgian sausage, Shish-Kebab, Cornish Hen… dessert is Russian Crepes with Preserves & Sour Cream, Beverage. Enjoy a fun dining experience in “Little Russia”! After lunch we’ll spend time along Brighton Beach Avenue, the colorful main street with shoppes for Russian handicrafts, Ukrainian bakeries, international food emporiums, jewelry, clothes, music & books…this us a fun, bustling neighborhood!
Depart: 7:30 am
ETA: 6:30 pm
Program Code: 231244