Huszar in Pittsburgh Magazine – PGH International Restaurants

“Judy Torma’s father was active in the anti-communist Hungarian Uprising of 1956. As refugees, her parents escaped first to Austria and eventually resettled in Pittsburgh; her mother didn’t know it at the time, but she was pregnant with Judy when they fled by dump truck and through the woods. Torma’s mother worked as head chef […]

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Come join us!

Celebrate St. Stephen's Day with Huszar and the Hungarian Room Committee of Pitt's Nationality Rooms! Two seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m with a terrific prix fixe menu including salad, bread, choice of chicken paprikas or stewed beef, plus dessert! Guests will enjoy the wonderful live violin playing of maestro George Batyi! Tickets are $30. Space is limited and reservations are required. Please fill out this form. It has all the details!

Also note, Huszar is closed until August 18th.