Hand-embroidered tablecloths and memorabilia from the old country adorn the walls of this place. One of a few Hungarian restaurants in the area, it prepares gulyas (beef goulash) in a traditional kettle over a campfire. It's also known for its paprikas and Old World pastries.
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