Royal Cracovia Sets an Opening Date


We’ve talked about this place a few times before, but if the name doesn’t ring a bell, here’s a couple things that might remind you:

It’s the 250-seat, $3.5 million European bistro opening in Magnolia, New Jersey, complete with its own underground pierogi laboratory.

Oh, yeah… Now you remember it, right?

Well, anyway, the place is finally getting ready to celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, October 24, and owner Stanislaw “Stosh” Stachowski is celebrating the blessed event with a lavish party being thrown to benefit the Durand Academy & Community Services. Tickets to the soiree are $50 a head, and will include a sampling of chef Mirko Loeffler’s Russian, German, Polish and Austrian dishes, a selection of wines and beers and, of course, a “comprehensive tasting” of the pierogies coming out of that secret lab.

Tickets to the event can be purchased by calling the restaurant at 856-282-3300. More information is available on the website.

Royal Cracovia [Official]

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  • Jack

    Great concept & a great looking place to add some class to the White Horse Pike. However, the location won’t support the pricing or the menu selections. Magnolia & it’s environs are “blue collar” towns and you won’t find many families serving goose liver on their hamburgers. The crowd at the local Wal-Mart two blocks away is a little more budget conscious.
    We wish him good luck, but I hope he visits his local competition to see why they have full parking lots.

  • J.P.

    The owner has a real attitude problem. He acts as if he invented polish food and knows nothing about it. Slow service, cold food, over priced, not much to like. Maybe the next owner will have a clue.