I love the traditional Eastern European food here. Virtinai (Lithuanian beef-filled dumplngs topped with bacon), sausages and pierogi are delicious.
AAA Inspector Notes
Historic. Built in 1910, the restaurant recalls an era when the neighborhoods of industrial Dayton were filled with Eastern European immigrants, serious people who worked hard and appreciated hearty dishes reminiscent of the old country. Try the cabbage rolls, sauerbraten or Lithuanian sausage. The dining room, with a marble bar, wood flooring and some stained glass windows, is in a remodeled neighborhood store. Don't imagine this place is anything fancy; it serves generous portions of unpretentious food. Some employees and guests claim to have seen the ghost of "Chickie" Ksiezopolski, the daughter of the original owner. She is reputed to still visit the restaurant.