Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Primorski Restaurant
282 Brighton Beach Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1123540.576820 -73.964496
Mon-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri, 11am-1am; Sat, 11am-1am; Sun, 11am-midnight
Neighborhoods: Brighton Beach
P – This old-school Russian restaurant hosts many birthday parties and family dinners, and Saturday nights are the night to come for dancing and revelry. You'll feel as if you've been transported to the 70's, but in a Russian danceclub. Live singing by the entertainment can feel like karaoke, but you make your own fun here between sips of vodka and spoonfuls of caviar. The cold cuts and the rolled eggplant in walnut sauce were delicious, savory and filling, and the Russian crepes were thick, warm affairs that you just wanted to shove in your mouth whole (but resisted, of course, being in polite company). Order whole bottles of vodka for the table and you're good to go.
This place has it all! – I love Russian food and Brighton Beach in Brooklyn is the place to be for fine Russian food. Primorski has it all! Great food, excellent service, beautiful girls and exciting music & entertainment. I love eating, drinking and dancing. This is why I love Primorski, it has it all. I highly recommend Primorski for a real authentic Russian treat!
You've Got To See It To Believe It! – This place is such a find! Happened to stumble upon it during my first trip to Brighton Beach. Wasn't sure it was open at first, as it was nearly empty on a Thursday evening. But soon the "live band" (two Russian relics, one on keyboard/synthesizer the other on guitar) started playing - everything from polka-type tunes to 80s/90s pop (Wham!, Clapton, Sade). They were a scream! Just when I thought it couldn't get any more kitschy, the mirrorball started spinning, the rainbow disco lights started flashing, and the dry ice cast a dreamy fog over the dance floor! ...As for the food, it was delicious. Added bonus: Large portions. (Be sure to check out the "picture" portion of the menu!!) The Ukrainian borscht was second only to my dearly departed grandmothers. ... Everyone owes it to themselves to experience this place at least once!!
Rockin Russian! – I really like this place. This is how I picture eating in Russia would be. Sure the service isn't the best but the food is tasty and the prices are great. The mixed salad platter and the Beef strogonoff are fabulous. I always bring my friends to this restauraunt when visiting Brighton Beach.
You should do lunch... – There are many times when I have groups coming and visiting the city. Without fail, I always bring them to the Primorski for a Russian lunch. Their lunch menu is only $5! For the little that you pay, you get a huge taste of Russian cuisine, including the best borscht in town! If you travel to this restaraunt please be sure to order the Georgian Bread. You'll want to take it home with you!
If you'll excuse me, I need to run. I have a group of 17 that I'm meeting at the Primorski for lunch.
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