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Fortune-telling on St. Andy’s eve
Fortune-telling on St. Andy’s eveIn Polish tradition, the day before the feast day of St. Andrew, has long been associated with fortune-telling games. This might be an interesting, “something different for a change” theme for your fall charitable or club function or other late-November get-together. moreread more
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Polish Pork chop (Kotlet schabowy)
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Polish Pork chop (Kotlet schabowy)
A Polish style, breaded pork chop happens to be a typical Polish meat dish. more
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Onyx Cafe
278 Nassau Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11222
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Welcome to Onyx Cafe, Bar & Grill, where every weekend is a new experience

Located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn with the vibe and look of a Manhattan Bar, we are the newest addition to some of the best restaurants and bars within a two mile radius. "We are known for our great food and open bar every Friday and Saturday".

Sit down and enjoy an exceptional steak, fine wine, and wonderful conversation. Not to mention, we have the cleanest bathrooms in NYC!!! Seasonal full open ... more
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Polish Market of Macomb Township
48902 Hayes Rd.
Macomb, MI 48044
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Bakery - At Polish Market imported European breads and rolls are baked fresh daily and the old fashion way. Some of the breads are Dark Rye, Buttermilk, 7 Grain, Graham Round, Sunflower Seeds, Soy, Poppy Seed. Just stop by and try the taste of perfection, see for yourself why Polish Market is "The Best Store In Town".

Gourmet Polish Sausage - There is such a large selection of delicious sausages and meats at Polish Market. There is only enough room to list few from over a hundred ... more
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Turkey, owing to its size and delicate flavor it has long been associated with festive events in larger company; this native American bird has been misnamed both in English and Polish, for it no more hails from Turkey than from India. (The French have done likewise by calling it the dinde, ... more