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Pierogi Paradise - Exploring Greenpoint NYC’s Best Polish Restaurants
Pierogi Paradise - Exploring Greenpoint NYC’s Best Polish RestaurantsKnown locally as Little Poland, Greenpoint has been the heart of the Polish community in New York City for decades, with more Polish businesses here than anywhere else in the city. Standing on the main strip, Manhattan Avenue, you could be forgiven for thinking you were in a small town in Silesia, as Polish bakeries, delis and restaurants line the sidewalk and the sound of the Polish language fills the air. moreread more
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This old country-style, cold-weather energy-booster began making a comeback among highly urbanized Poles towards the end of the 20th century. At present, it is kind of a retro thing -- sophisticated, educated Poles often enjoy this old treat not only during cold-weather activities, but also at house-party buffets. more

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Nye's Polonaise Room
112 E Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55414

The dining room of this Polish-American restaurant is a throwback to the 1950s; not surprising, since it has been open since 1949. The retro style features red vinyl bar stools, stained glass pendant lighting fixtures, and 1950s-style booths. Steaks, seafood, and authentic Polish food can be found on the menu, and entertainment is offered every day of the week, courtesy of a live pianist and, on Fridays and Saturdays, a polka band. more

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Kasia's Polish Delicatessen
2101 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622

Kasia’s Deli first opened its doors nearly two decades ago. What started as a two-person operation, has now turned into a popular neighborhood delicatessen. James Ward, a popular food critic, has chosen Kasia’s as being the best place in Chicago for home cooking. From its fresh deli sandwiches to homemade soups and salads, Kasia’s offers a wide variety of foods. It is continually expending its menu items to satisfy its diversity of customers. Whether it’s an authentic Polish meal you ... more
Breakfast, the first meal of the day; may be savory (cheese, cold cuts, eggs) or sweet (jam, raised cakes, sweetened milk soup and hot cereals); drugie śniadanie (literally: second breakfast) is often a bag lunch (sandwich, apple, cake) eaten at work. more