We took my son and his friends from RPI for dinner. Where we live there aren't any Eastern European restaurants; if I lived anywhere near Troy, I'd go to Muza on a monthly basis. We split the Muza Special: beef goulash between two potato pancakes, with a side of sauerkraut, and I could barely finish. Others enjoyed stuffed cabbage and spinach crepes. Huge portions and some nice European beers. Quite a long wait for drinks and food, but worth it.
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