Upper East Side’s Hospoda restaurant recently celebrated its 1 Year Anniversary with cocktails, delicious bites from their authentic European menu, traditional Czech music, a toast to owner Vita Chase, and even a little friendly competition. Hospoda headed by Executive Chef Olda Sahajdak and Chef de Cuisine Marek Sada celebrated a very successful first year with a packed house full of guests all ready to indulge in Hospoda's ethnic fare. The restaurant was modeled after their acclaimed sister location in Prague, La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise. They serve up delectable meat dishes such as veal schnitzel and beef tongue, scallops, and beef tartare. Guests gathered around the bar to enjoy Draught Master’s signature Pilsner Urquell and satisfied their palettes with beef tartar served on toasted crostini, warm ham and brioche shooters and duck with horseradish and potato.
Here's to many more successful years to Vita Chase and Hospoda!
Specializing in a diverse array of ethnic fare, Exeutive Chef Olda Sahajdak and Chef de Cuisine Marek Sada have brought their exceptional track record from the widely acclaimed La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise, located in Prague, to New York City, and have carved out an indulgent and sophisticated dining experience even in the heart of the world's most diverse dining scene. Hospoda is located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and offers a decidedly European approach to their menu. Chef Sahajdak offers traditional hearty meat dishes such as veal schnitzel and beef tongue as well as tastes for lighter palettes such as scallops and beef tartare. Hospoda channels the culture and knowledge of a centuries old brewing tradition in Central Europe and prides itself on offering the highest quality draught beer which can be served in one of four distinct manners that only serves to enhance the authenticity of the entire meal. Since it’s opening in 2011, this new Manhattan staple has received both recognition and praise from such dignified outlets as The New York Times, Eater, New York Magazine and The Wall Street Journal, just to name a few.
For more information please visit: www.HospodaNYC.com