I tried Warsaw Cafe because it was featured in Fine Cooking magazine and I thought it would be a good place to go- NOT SO. There were two wines- merlot and chardonnay. Big bucks for a dinky wineglass with bad wine. Next, I ordered beef stroganoff; my boyfriend ordered ""Transylvanian Casserole"". Although my boyfriend and I were the only customers, our food took over a 1/2 hour to arrive, barely warm. The noodles and beef in the stroganoff were dry and tough, and the sauce was flavorless. The casserole had pureed vegetables, soggy filo, and weepy ricotta. Even a tv dinner would have been better! The service lacked elegance- the waiter kept going out the front door to either smoke or talk on the cell phone. However, she could tell that we weren't happy and took off the wine and gave us a further discount. STILL, the total was $38!
Cons: bad food, high prices, outdated atmosphere