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How to support Ukrainians in New York: 11 businesses in the city founded by immigrants from this country


Nurgul Sultanova-Chetin

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The sights of New York are illuminated with the colors of the Ukrainian flag to support the people of Ukraine fighting against Russian aggression. In many parts of the city, including Times Square and Washington Square Park, there are protests against this war. If you are looking for ways to help Ukrainians living in New York, try contacting local Ukrainian companies, advises Secret nyc.

Below are 11 Ukrainian companies you can support in New York right now.

1. Veselka, East Village

Veselka has been feeding New Yorkers since 1954. Known for some of the best pies and borscht in town, this restaurant is the perfect place to indulge in soul-warming Ukrainian cozy food. In support of Ukraine, the restaurant repainted its famous black and white cookies in the colors of the Ukrainian flag (blue and yellow). This restaurant is open for dining in the hall, delivery and takeaway.

Address: 144 2nd Avenue

2. Ukrainian Museum, East Village

No bookings are required to visit the beautiful galleries of the Ukrainian Museum. It was founded in 1976 by the Ukrainian National Women's League of America and remains "the largest museum in the United States committed to acquiring, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting objects of artistic or historical significance to the rich cultural heritage of Ukrainians," according to their Online. Entrance for adults - $ 8, for children under 12 - free. Afterwards, visit the gift shop to purchase Ukrainian textiles or jewelry, books and more.

Address: 222 East 6th St.

On the subject: Hokul announced her readiness to accept Ukrainian refugees in the state of New York

3. Streecha, East Village

From homemade pies, rolls with poppy seeds to pork goulash, everything at Stritch is so delicious that you definitely can’t go wrong with your choice of dish. Every week they hold “vareniki” days, when those who wish can go to a restaurant and learn how to cook the most famous Ukrainian dish. Follow them Instagramto see when such days pass. No experience needed!

Address: 33 and 7th St.

4 Golden Leo, Sheepshead Bay

If you want to do more than just eat, head to Golden Leo for dinner and dancing! Cheerful Ukrainian music plays all night long at this Brooklyn venue and you are sure to have a good time there. Restaurant is a venue for various events, from birthday celebrations to seasonal holidays. Golden Leo created a list medical supplies that can be ordered from Amazon and that the restaurant will deliver to those in need in Ukraine. More information can be found here.

Address: 1794 Sheepshead Bay Road, Brooklyn

5. Rondel, Midwood

You can find more live music in Rondel, near Golden Leo. The restaurant offers "native traditions" of Ukraine - from food to a friendly environment. Focused on Ukrainian cuisine and culture, Rondel offers an impressive gastronomic experience. Rondel also supports Ukrainians. The list of items they offer to purchase is here.

Address: 2006 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn

6. Belka Deli, Bath Beach

This establishment offers a wide variety of Eastern European cuisine. Order their cabbage pies or any kind of borscht and you will get a real gastronomic thrill..

Address: 8319 20th Ave, Brooklyn

7. Ukrainian East Village Restaurant (aka Ukrainian National Home), East Village

It has been serving homemade dishes from Eastern Europe since 1963. Be sure to order their Ukrainian platter of stuffed cabbage, pies, sausage, sauerkraut, and homemade pancakes.

Address: 140 2nd Ave, New York

8 Varenyk House, Fresh Pond

Varenyk House in Queens is famous for mouth-watering Ukrainian delicacies. This fairly new place serves both sweet and savory dishes, from pancakes to homemade sausage.

Address: 67-14 Fresh Pond Road, Queens

9. The Ukrainian Institute of America, UES

The Ukrainian Institute of America, located in the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion on the Upper East Side, is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Ukrainian art, literature, and music. The Institute hosts many events open to the public: poetry readings, children's programs, concerts, film screenings and more. Find out more on their website.

Address: 2 E 79th St, New York

10. Arka, East Village

This East Village craft store sells a variety of folk art, history books, jewelry, woodwork, sculptures, paintings, antiques, traditional Ukrainian clothing, tablecloths, scarves, and more.

You can visit the store or buy goods on their website.

Address: 89 East 2nd St.

11. WOW Bouquet, Online

This edible bouquet shop boasts the most beautiful selections, from fruit to meat. Food florists and store owners were born and raised in Ukraine and currently donate 10% of their sales to help the people of this country. Customers can place orders through the website here or call 609-968-7777. Although they are based in New Jersey, they do deliveries to New York and beyond.

Address: Web site here. Find out more in their Instagram.

In addition to supporting Ukrainian businesses, the local Ukrainian community organized a fundraiser to help those affected by the war. Donations can be made here.

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