We stopped here for dinner after a day of pottery shopping. There was a great fire for warmth & atmosphere. The staff was friendly & hospitable.
I ordered the borsch, expecting a good hearty soup. It was actually beet broth. Apparently you had to order the soup substances separately. Most of us ordered perogi for supper, and the portion sizes were very generous! It was disappointing not to get exactly the perogis we'd ordered, but they were still very tasty & filling.
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