A friendly place to enjoy meat, potatoes, soups and goulash

“One of the lasting legacies of Pittsburgh’s immigrant-driven, industrial past is its ties — sometimes generations removed, but still tenuously present — to the Old World of Central Europe. Recently, a revival of interest in old-fashioned regional cuisines has provided new opportunities to explore and strengthen this legacy through food. And so, on the North Side, in a nearly windowless tavern perched between Allegheny Hospital and the Parkway North, Judy Torma has converted her father’s Recovery Room into Huszar, a tribute to her Hungarian heritage. ” — PGH City Paper

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