Dinner at Onegin

 “It's a lucky man, a very lucky man, who is committed to what he believes, who has stifled intellectual detachment and can relax in the luxury of his emotions - like a tipsy traveller resting for the night at wayside inn.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

Tonight dinner will be a bit more pricey than your average, but trust us, it’s worth it. Onegin is considered to be the ‘finest Russian cuisine in Manhattan’, a Pushkin based eatery with an opulent food and ambiance topped only by the lavish decor itself. Enjoy classic Russian dishes, classic Russian murals, and chandeliers reminiscent of the St. Petersburg empire era. The 19th century beckons you in to enjoy some of the finest foods in the heart of Greenwich Village, the dishes ranging from Chicken under a Brick and Beef short Ribs to Veal Hash and Chilean Seabass.

What is exactly so Pushkin about this place? The entire concept and interior design is based on Pushkin’s tale of Eugene Onegin, a ‘jaded yet dashing aristocrat’ that you will get to know well, at least in attitude, with one dinner.

Your plates will run you anywhere from $20-$30 per person and reservations must be made for groups over 8 people, but don’t worry, we’ll take care of that.