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Moscow on the Hudson
Mon-Sat, 9am-10pm; Sun, 9am-9pm
Nearby Subway Stops
1 at 181st St.; A at 181st St.
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There’s no vodka, but this specialty grocer has pretty much anything else you’d need to re-create a Tolstoyan feast, including handmade Russian-style ravioli (pelmeni; $5 a pound), Baltika beers, hot smoked paddlefish (which has a similar taste to sturgeon; $14 a pound), and cherry and cheese blintzes. Russian is still the main language, but pointing works, and samples are freely given.Delivery
Throughout Manhattan: $10-$30 minimum