Warszawa, a Polish restaurant on Lincoln and Santa Monica boulevards, has been named one of the area's 15 "neighborhood gems" in the latest Zagat blog on Huff Post Los Angeles.
Warsazwa offers old-world charm in addition to food and drinks. The atmosphere is precisely what impressed the folks at Zagat.
Here's what the restaurant reviewers had to say about the restaurant:
An Eastern European mainstay (since 1979) away from the hustle and bustle of the the Promenade and Main Street, you'll find things like peirogis, grilled sausages with strong horseradish sauce, bacon-wrapped plums, schnitzel, hunter's stew, and beef Stroganoff. This old house turned into a restaurant has a fantastic patio out back (it can be quite the scene out there). It's all just comfortable and charming. Happy hour is a hit with the locals - bison-grass vodka, anyone? - but the wine list is always affordably priced.
Here at Patch, we love the happy hour, too. Tuesday through Friday from 6-8 p.m., the drinks and food are 40 percent off.
To read Zagat's Huff Post blog titled "15 Neighborhood Gems," click here.