Topic: Restaurants

LYON, France — It would be surprising indeed if there were no Armenian restaurants in the French city of Lyon that is known as the gastronomic capital of the world, especially because there is a large Armenian community in the area. In[...]

BELMONT, Mass. (Facebook) — According to an April 28 post on the Facebook page of Aram’s Café, the café has announced it is closed for good after 35 years. An accidental oil spill on January 19, 2022 caused the café owned by Aram[...]

BELMONT, Mass. (Belmont Citizen-Herald) — “Where Everybody Knows Your Name,” the theme song from the long-running television show, “Cheers,” comes to mind for just about anyone who has visited Aram’s Café during its 35 years[...]

“Su-Beoreg & Monta Factory, a tiny family-run business in the Armenian-American stronghold of north Pasadena, is about as far away from a factory than the mind can wander. Yerevan native Evelina Yegiazaryan makes almost every morsel[...]

By Rachel Vigoda PHILADELPHIA (Eater Philadelphia) — While restaurant dining rooms across the state are shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic, Philly restaurant owners are getting creative when it comes to engaging — and[...]

BOSTON — Sometimes we need a palate cleanser when faced with a global pandemic. The scenes of hoarding and tugs-of-war for paper goods make it clear that some humans have a long way to go to become civilized. Then, you have Raffi and[...]

BRUSSELS (PanARMENIAN.Net) — Chef Karen Torosyan  earned a Michelin star for his Brussels restaurant, Bozar, he revealed in an Instagram post on February 15. This is the fourth year in a row that the restaurant is getting recognition as[...]

By Eric Grossman BOSTON (Time Out Boston) — We all know Boston’s dining scene is booming, and perhaps no cuisine type has seen such growth in recent years as the traditional, colorful fare of the Eastern Mediterranean region and the[...]

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to Mirror-Spectator HARBIN, China — The Armenian community in Harbin was the biggest among the Armenian communities in China in the first half of the 20th century. They have their church and school, various[...]

By Uğur Ümit Üngör Yerevan: From Culinary Desert to Oasis The first time I visited Yerevan was for the fieldwork for my Ph.D. research in the summer of 2006, when I took the tantalizingly slow Soviet night train from Tbilisi. Back[...]