Before I even sat down at Café Lavash, a Georgian restaurant located on Olive, a few concerns were spinning around in my head. The first involved the possible presence of borscht, a concoction whose main ingredient, beets, gives me the willies (the result, perhaps, of being force-fed cold ones of the canned variety at age seven). Fortunately, Lavash... More >>>
By Jennifer Silverberg
Father-and-son team Edward (left) and Yuri Kiknadze make bread in Cafe Lavash's tandoor.