Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Steel Street just keeps getting better - now homemade Chinese food every Thursday

New cool finds are in abundance on the west side of the city of youngstown.

Steel Street - home to the Open Hearth and its art deco basement/party room, home to the Palm Cafe and its Croatian barbecue goodness, home to Roscoe's butcher shop and its great cuts & prices, and home to County Mayo and its Irish vibes - is now home to a new entity:

Shanghai-based Cuisine at the Orthodox Church every Thursday.




St. Michael's Orthodox Church, right where Steel Street passes over I-680, opens its social hall as both a dine-in or take-out option for homemade (always non-fried, a nice change) chinese food.


Every week, this $5 meal will feature food like this:


Above is pork in a brown sauce (non-fried), with a cabbage dish and brown rice.

Below, shredded chicken with the same cabbage side and white rice.


All types of chinese teas for free, or free coffee.

Desserts for a buck or two extra.


This thursday:

a beef dish, with the classic (but seldom found in local chinese restaurants/take-out) tomatoe and egg mixture will be on the menu.


But why is there a Shanghai-style chef operating in St. Michael's Orthodox Church on Steel Street?

That's for you to figure out.

4 comments:

elecpenciljim said...

I've always found Steel Street to be an interesting street. The food looks great and I'll check it out. Thanks for the great job you do.

Janko said...

Thanks for the kind words Jim!

J. Breen said...

It would be great if you could also mention that St. Michael's can also be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/St-Michaels-Orthodox-Church-Youngstown/122181351131892?ref=search .

J. Breen said...

It would be great if you could also mention that St. Michael's can be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/St-Michaels-Orthodox-Church-Youngstown/122181351131892?ref=search