• There is something very universal and appealing in the notion of gathering with one’s nearest of kin, thanking God for our numerous blessings and sharing a festive holiday


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The Polish Deli

Polish Deli in Glen Cove features a fine selection of imported Polish and European foods including made on the spot Pierogis and other home made dishes.

+1 (516) 277-1469
Glen Cove, NY Read More
Baltic European Deli

Baltic European Deli is the premier shopping destination for Polish specialties as well as imported products in Boston. The deli relies on dozens of suppliers form smokehouses in New York and…

+1 (617) 268-2435
Boston, MA Read More
Polonus European Deli

Deli products made in small butcheries following generations-old traditions

+1 (978) 740-3203
Salem, MA Read More
Café Polonia

A treasured part of Boston's dining scene, proud to feature a rich menu of traditional and gourmet Polish and Eastern European specialties. Our unique handcrafted furnishings and décor create a cozy

+1 (617) 269-0110
Boston, MA Read More
Red Apple

An "all you can eat" buffet restaurant serving Polish and international food

+1 (773) 763-3407
Chicago, IL Read More
  • sałatka z porów

    Frequently used in soups in the US, leeks are a more common salad ingredient in ...

  • Ogórki Kiszone

    Polish pickles have become as mainstream as kielbasa. You can find them at deli ...

  • Pączki

    Eaten especially in Poland on Fat Thursday (the last Thursday before Lent), but Polish ...

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  • In addition to being a refreshing hot beverage, tea is a great warmer-upper highly recommended for outdoor activities during the colder months. It also settles an upset stomach – something that cannot be said about