Stage Restaurant

(Now Closed)
Eastern European Restaurant and Diner$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • Kathy L.
    Kathy LFebruary 26, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    It's 6 am and I'm literally dreaming about the fried pierogis I last had here a couple of days ago. The onions they're served with HAVE to be fried in crack, they're so addicting. Delicious!
  • Roberto B.
    Roberto BuaMarch 19, 2015
    Really authentic old school NYC diner. Their eggs on home made corned beef hash are great, as well as their pancakes. Leave room for a cream cheese and blueberry blintz.
  • R K.
    R KMay 12, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Hands down my favorite counter in NYC. Get the combo plate with pierogi w/ fried onions, beets, stuffed cabbage, and kielbasa. Be sure to ask for some homemade bread!
  • David B.
    David BanMay 30, 2013
    Old school, counter-seating-only Ukrainian joint. Go for the fried pierogi and the best Kasha in the EV, and always say yes to their onions; they make everything better.
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereFebruary 8, 2015
    First timer and can't decide? Get the combo. It is delicious. Stuffed Cabbage, Kielbasy, Fried Pierogi topped with Onions.
  • Olex P.
    Olex PonomarenkoSeptember 19, 2014
    Hungry? Get the combination plate. Get everything fried + white bread for a polish twist, everything boiled + black bread and "Kasha" aka Buckwheat for 100% Ukrainian.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMarch 24, 2013
    Classic Eastern European diner. High points: corned beef hash, pastrami, roast beef, breakfast. Low points: skippable burgers.
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereFebruary 8, 2015
    Many entrees come with a choice of soup or vegetable. You can get veggies elsewhere. You must try the Ukrainian borscht - another delicious specialty.
  • Nazary N.
    Nazary NebelukAugust 9, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    One of the best and cheapest restaraunts in the East Village. Come here for your fill of Eastern European fare and deli classics like Pastrami
  • JR N.
    JR NewMay 31, 2014
    Hole-in-the-wall Ukrainian restaurant with a homey feel. Love love love the fried pierogies with onions, never liked pierogies till I had these!
  • Dens
    DensSeptember 8, 2011
    Jeffrey from 'Wichcraft says: "Ukranian specialties are awesome (Fried pierogies with buttered onions, kielbasa, etc…) Try everything on the menu at least once"
  • Nicklesh
    NickleshApril 3, 2013
    Vegetarian options include tasty pierogis and stuffed cabbage with mushroom gravy. Great gem of the East Village for comfort food.
  • Genevieve L.
    Genevieve L.February 17, 2014
    Pierogi all the way! Don't forget the sour cream. Fried onions on the side is best. Otherwise, too much onion going on.
  • Tyler H.
    Tyler HawksSeptember 5, 2014
    Best counter in the east village. Also, it's tiny, and old school. When it's slow, it's quiet—and that's heavenly.
  • Dan
    DanAugust 16, 2014
    Best value in the east village. Borscht, omelets, pierogis, challah, it's all incredible. Don't miss it.
  • Leah S.
    Leah ShenApril 9, 2013
    Genuine diner food! Perfect amount of picky old local men who've been coming here for decades and grease!
  • Real Cheap Eats
    Real Cheap EatsJune 17, 2012
    Try the corned beef hash, "served with two eggs, toast and potatoes, an order costs barely over $5 and is packed with beefy flavor." Read more
  • Caroline
    CarolineFebruary 3, 2015
    Old school spot. Cram yourself into a counter seat. Egg on a rolls. Blintzes, stuffed cabbage, and any of the soups.
  • Michael B.
    Michael BDecember 20, 2013
    Best perogies in NYC! Ask for potato and cheese, fried with onions and sour cream!
  • Jack G.
    Jack GashiAugust 6, 2014
    Great little eastern euro bar-seating-only joint. The type of place where you order something, the guy says "how about meatloaf instead," and you say "Ok."
  • Emily L.
    Emily L.October 5, 2014
    I really loved their food. Great mom and pop ambience, perfect borsch and perogies!
  • Mike W.
    Mike WinstonJanuary 16, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Try the Schaw soup! Really bright flavors and very soothing. When he asks, choose to get a hardboiled egg in it.
  • Risa T.
    Risa TekstenJuly 26, 2010
    The tomato soup with noodles is homemade and delicious! I've been getting it for over 15 years and it's always perfect. Get challah on the side.
  • Roxana A.
    Roxana AnniukFebruary 7, 2012
    Best Borscht and Pierogies left in the East Village. Ukie National Home's Restaurant a close second.
  • Hervey L.
    Hervey LamotheMay 24, 2014
    This place is begging to be tried for a great home style diner and tasty #easterneuropean dishes!
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereFebruary 8, 2015
    If you have room for dessert, don't leave without trying the blintzes.
  • Rob H.
    Rob HaileMarch 30, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Awesome dirt cheap ukrainian lunch counter. Order perogies or standard diner fare.
  • Ryan Y.
    Ryan YunAugust 14, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Favorite diner in the East Village. Stop for a quick and cheap bite!
  • JR N.
    JR NewJune 5, 2014
    get the fried pierogis with fried onions and sour cream!
  • Rob H.
    Rob HaileJanuary 14, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Great super cheap breakfast spot. And great perogies.
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherFebruary 6, 2013
    Meatloaf sandwich with gravy and onions on challah toast
  • Alex
    AlexAugust 17, 2014
    Roast pork, Kasha, meatloaf, challah bread
  • Jason G.
    Jason GilbertJanuary 11, 2014
    The best latkes in the East Village.
  • Chris F.
    Chris FeltmanApril 19, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    Corned beef hash is homemade and the best I've ever had.
  • Phil N.
    Phil NomSeptember 3, 2013
    Pierogi and borscht for the win!
  • nikki a.
    nikki austinJanuary 30, 2015
    Fried perogies are amazing
  • Kara G.
    Kara Gallagher CromackAugust 26, 2011
    Great, cheap diner food. closed on sundays.
  • mayo
    mayoSeptember 11, 2010
    Grits are hard to find in NYC. It's a breakfast thing. Roman and Chester get this. Check them out.
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherMarch 27, 2012
    Sauerkraut and mushroom fried pierogi
  • Jeannette N.
    Jeannette NorrisMarch 7, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Corn muffins are bomb
  • Kevin C.
    Kevin ChanJune 17, 2011
    Order the borscht! So good...
  • Andrea C.
    Andrea C.October 2, 2010
    Don't forget to try their lasagna on wednesday... delicious!
  • Justin K.
    Justin KalifowitzMarch 3, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Best counter left in Manhattan.
  • John S.
    John ShenMay 3, 2013
    Try the Goulash
  • Michael D.
    Michael De La RosaJanuary 13, 2015
    Corned Beef Hash: $5.10
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherMarch 27, 2012
    Spinach fried pierogi
  • Ken B.
    Ken BergerSeptember 18, 2012
    Tues lunch? Chicken cordon blue = delish.
  • Will W.
    Will WongMay 23, 2011
    Get the bacon eggs and cheese roll.
  • Erica S.
    Erica SwallowSeptember 20, 2009
    Been here 5+ times
    Try every type of pierogi that they have!!!! SOOO delicious!!!
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherMarch 27, 2012
    Stay away from the corned beef hash
  • Natalia V.
    Natalia VergaraMarch 20, 2012
    I love varenky! :)
  • Jeffrey Z.
    Jeffrey ZurofskyFebruary 6, 2010
    Daily specials make for a tough choice against the pierogis
  • Piter
    PiterDecember 21, 2013
    Пироги, колбаса, варенники, борщ, grechka s kotletoy)))
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