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J. Betski’s Restaurant Review: Chef/owner John Korzekwinski brings his family's culinary heritage to this cozy mirrored dining room, where you'll discover such dishes as mushroom and cabbage pierogi with sage butter, pork schnitzel with potato and dilled cucumber salads, and duck confit with Polish hunter stew and sauerkraut. Bargain “pub plates” could be, on any given evening, chicken stew with Cognac, bacon and spätzle, pork and cabbage rolls with Dijon caper cream, or a charcuterie plate of speck, duck sausage, pastrami and assorted pickles. Hefty and filling, they go for anywhere from ten to twelve bucks. Desserts also change frequently, but the staples include a peach cheese strudel with rum ice cream, Sacher torte, and almond apricot banana mousse cake. The wine list focuses on unusual German and Austrian choices, and is matched by a beer line-up that connoisseurs will appreciate.