Apani, a new Georgian take-out joint, is set to open soon at 1520 Sheepshead Bay Road.

The business replaces Randazzo’s Sandwich Spot, which shuttered in September after a small electrical fire caused havoc in their kitchen. It was open just five months, replacing Grill Master, which closed up shop in August 2011.

It seems it’s been a tough spot for food businesses to find footing, but we wish our new neighbors luck.

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  • ShadowLock

    Anyone know the meaning of Apani?

    • sadeyes

      Until I see a menu in English I will not go in. I passed by today & was not happy to see only a Russian language menu in the window. I feel that is unfriendly.

      • sadeyes

        Or was I looking at a place further up? Now I’m not sure. Also was a new place in a past eating place, past Viva, same side

  • http://www.brucebrodinsky.com Bruce B

    I don’t know what Apani means, but whatever you do, don’t dare call them Russians, you can get punched out for that one, especially after the 2008 war….. I’ve never seen Rus…. err, Georgian takeout. I’ll give it a try.

    • 11235

      theres one on 265 neptune avenue

      another on 109 brighton 11th

      and 1637 east 18th

  • http://www.brucebrodinsky.com Bruce B

    While we’re on the subject of food, WHEELERS looks about ready to open, I only saw from across the street, but from what i could see, things looked pretty good. Sad to see that the hibachi place in Lundy’s doesn’t look like it has any intention of opening, and that was my favorite place in the whole world.

  • Jack Napier

    Apani = more Eastern European horse manure.

  • 11235

    im Georgian but didnt knew what apani means
    so i looked it up and turns out its the name of the month January in old georgian

    but i dont think owners named this place after the name of the month

    could be something else my guess is name of some village in georgia…