Russian newspaper of North Texas “Dallas Telegraph” responds daily to hundreds of emails not only from our Russian Community of Dallas, but from our “American husbands-Russian wives” group of readers.
American husbands call or write “Dallas Telegraph”, when they want o to make surprise to new brides from Russia. They ask often: “Where I can buy Russian food in Dallas?” or “Where I can find Russian Stores in Dallas or DFW?” or “Where I can buy Russian Caviar in Dallas?”
We have good answer for you!
Traditional Russian food like “kolbasa”, “ikra”, “vareniky”, “seledka” kvashenaya kapusta, konfety directly from Moscow and St. Pet factories, can by purchased in 3 Russian sores in DFW area.
Lot’s of Russian community of Dallas live on the North side of city – in Plano, Mcceent, Allan area. They buy Russian food in two partnering Russian stores of Michael, Lev, and Oleg:
Euro Deli Russian store is located at 6832 Coit Rd #300, Plano, TX 75023, phone -(972) 312-0244.
Euro Deli Too Russian store is located at 670 N. Coit # 2360, Richardson, TX 75080, phone – (972) 234-8052.
Source: Russian Yellow Pages of Dallas
- Euro Deli. Photo Serge Taran, Dallas Telegraph
You can find Taste of Europe by sign Taste of Europe on the North side of the parkway. Click on the address link to see directions of Maps.
Russian Store are open Tuesday to Saturday from 12 am to 9 p.m. and Suturday from 12 to 5 p.m. Monday Taste of Europe is closed.
Taste of Europe open Tuesday to Saturday from 12 to 9 p.m. an sunday from 12 to 5 p.m
Taste of Europe store offer not only finest Russian Food “to buy” or “to-go”in the store. Taste of Europe has beautiful restaurant!
Right there you can find the biggest variety of gift items and collectibles from Russia and all former USSR territories. There is over five thousand different items in Russian Island/Taste of Europe store.
Please visit Russian Island/Taste of Europe when you are in Arlington and you will not be disappointed.
Russian Store knowledgeable and friendly staff will answer all your questions about the Russian culture, art, history, or any other aspects.
You need to see it to believe it!
Source: Russian Yellow Pages of Dallas: Taste of Europe
- Taste of Europe Russian Store