Open since 1988 (in a building that dates way back to 1876), Amadeus is a taste of old-world Europe in the heart of downtown. The Central European restaurant is styled after traditional Viennese cafes, serving hearty Polish, Hungarian, and Austrian comfort food dishes. If you’re looking for order recommendations, try the gołąbki (rice & pork-stuffed cabbage rolls), kielbasa, pierogi (choose from sweet cheese, pork, mushroom, potato & American cheese, sauerkraut, or potato & farmer cheese fillings), paprikash (shredded chicken stew), goulash (beef stew), or bitki with kopytka (pork tenderloin with dumplings). Even if you don’t make it for dinner, it’s worth a stop just for the dessert: the chocolate gateau, sacher torte, Napoleon, and Polish poppy seed cake are all amazing. Finish it off with a Viennese coffee served with caramel, whipped cream, and cinnamon if you’re feeling truly decadent. There’s also live, classical music on weekends (piano & acoustic guitar), providing a relaxing soundtrack to your meal.