From Our Editors
Goulash. Knockwurst. Burek. The importers at Taste of Europe know Old-World flavors still trump their New-World counterparts, which is why they stock their pantries with meats, cheeses, and recipes hailing from Balkan and Mediterranean locales. Flame-kissed ćevapi sausage links, thick stews, and savory meat pies fill the dining room with homey aromas complemented by the crackle of the working fireplace. An onsite grocery also showcases the restaurant’s faraway fare, supplying at-home feasts with barbecue lamb, fresh deli meats, feta cheese, and jet-lagged coffee that tries to wake drinkers at 2 a.m.