Moscow on the Hudson
A well-branded store front.
The welcome bear
Visitors to Moscow on the Hudson are greeted by a pair of carved bears flanking the entrance.
It wouldn't be Russian if they didn't carry caviar.
In addition to slices of smoked fish, Moscow on the Hudson carries some whole bits as well.
In addition to the jars of pickled and marinated mushrooms you'll find some homemade salads, many of which involve mushrooms.
More dried meats than one can count.
Some of the long-shelf-life items you'll find at Moscow on the Hudson.
In the dairy case you'll find typical "farmers cheese" and sour cream with higher fat contents than the standard.
Kvass, Baikal...Moscow on the Hudson has it all, in large 2+ liter bottles.
The store stocks a good selection of Eastern European beers, including the Russia staple Baltika.
Kasha is a cereal commonly eaten for breakfast in Russia. Moscow on the Hudson carries many different kinds of this staple item.
These small gingerbread cookies are a popular Russian treat. Moscow on the Hudson carries them year round.
Nesting dolls aren't the only dolls to come out of Russia.