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Casual dining specializing in Polish and American cuisines. Try the chicken paprikash, ghoulash and stuffed cabbage.
Featuring ethnic Hungarian, old-world decor and atmosphere – embroidered tablecloths, Hungarian artifacts and traditional cuisine, such as paprika laden. Romantic and family atmosphere. Banquet facilities also available, seating 200.

The dinning room at the Hungarian- American Cultural Center offers good, solid meals, mostly in the $7 range. Portions are generous. Diners might find such made-from-scratch dishes as stuffed cabbage, chicken or veal paprikash, gulyas palacsinta, pork loin, breaded pork and porkolt. For dessert, you might find dios torta, made with ground walnuts, or dobos torta, a caramel-topped eight-layer cake, on the board. Open only on Friday evenings.

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