Flavors of Hungary Festival: Hungarian Food and Wine, Handmade Goods and Entertainment
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The last date listed for Flavors of Hungary Festival was Sunday June 12, 2011 / 2:00pm - 9:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Marmiko Carter De Ceita
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The venue was small and overcrowded.
The music and dancing was very enjoyable.
Mishi’s Strudel Bakery & Cafe, sponsored by and in conjunction with The Croatian Cultural Center of Greater Los Angeles, presents The Flavors of Hungary Festival. Featuring the renowned Kárpátok folk dance ensemble performing the traditional “Bottle Dance”, a special performance by Búzavírág Hungarian Children Ensemble, the Hungarian Scouts Chorus, and a special Csárdás dance lesson! Ongoing wine tastings, traditional foods, desserts, arts and crafts available for purchase
Mishi’s Strudel Bakery & Cafe: Serving Hungarian Gulyas soup with bread, crepes, savory and sweet strudels pastries, pogacsa and others
Valley Hungarian Sausage and Meat Co.: Serving stuffed cabbage, Hungarian kolbasz, Cserkesz kolbasz, head cheese,etc
Winery: Wine tasting and pouring Hungarian and Croatian wines
Nautical Shop and Maritime Museum: Silent Auction
Cabaret Jewels: Handmade artisan jewelry
Maral Designs: Jewelry, apparel and accessories from all over the world
Our Creations: Handmade crafts, art and decorations
Mirza Todorovich: Croatian Artist—paintings
Fibenare handmade classical, rock, blues and jazz guitars from the Benedek family in Hungary*
*2:00pm-3:00pm: Ongoing background and dance music, wine tasting, shopping, eating (food, drink and crafts available for purchase)
3:00pm: Opening welcome announcements
3:30pm: Young Hungarian Scouts singing original folk songs
3:45pm: Buzavirag Hungarian Children Ensemble – Folk Dance Group performance in costume
4:00pm: Karpatok Hungarian Professional Folk Dance Ensemble performing their famous “Bottle Dance” and others (about 30 minutes)
4:30pm: Csardas dance lesson from the Karpatok (roughly one hour)
5:30pm-9:00pm: Dancing, eating, wine tasting, shopping, until closing *
**Schedule is current at time of posting and subject to change