This family-run restaurant has brought traditional Polish and Ukrainian food center stage. Occupying a renovated house in the historical district, Durski has a rustic yet sleek look with tile floors and exposed-brick walls. The impeccable service by staff in traditional attire, as well as the borscht, pierogi, and bigos (a round loaf of bread stuffed with sausages and sauerkraut), transport you to central Europe. There's also an alternative international menu that
has many pasta, beef, and fish options.