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16 Places to Get Great Pierogies in Philadelphia

There are few foods as comforting as a plate of pierogies, delectably tender dough pockets stuffed with cheese and potato, seared golden brown, and smothered […]

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Krakus Market, a Polish Institution in Port Richmond, Is Now Closed

Krakus Market, which provided the Port Richmond community with Polish goods for 31 years, is now closed. The owners of the shop, which was located at […]

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Polish Menu Pop-Up At La Calaca Feliz

On February 9, La Calaca Feliz chef, Michael Brenfleck, will be testing out his new restaurant concept with a tasting menu at the Fairmount restaurant. […]

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Pierogie Kitchen to the Side Dish Rescue

If you’re still bogged down with the task of bringing a side dish to your family’s Thanksgiving meal and you have yet to decide on […]

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German, Russian, and Eastern European Restaurants and Food in Philadelphia

Italian, British, French? Cinch. Even Dutch, Spanish and Belgian food is pretty easy to find close to the heart of Philly’s most tony neighborhoods. But […]

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Royal Cracovia Opens

They’re calling it a soft opening. Though I’m not sure how softly a $3.5 million, 16,000 square foot, 250-seat Eastern European restaurant can open, even if […]

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Bigos at Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant

City Paper’s Adam Erace and the Inquirer’s Rick Nichols both visit Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant and eat some bigos, a Polish sauerkraut-sausage stew and so […]

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Pierogies Moment to Shine

Rick Nichols embarks on a “pierogie safari” finding high-end and down-home renditions around town. Among the sampled: Syrenka – “Big, chewy-doughy pierogi of the classic […]

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Illadates Port Richmond

Port Richmond isn’t the first place to pop into most young urbanite’s mind when pondering a date, but it should! It’s a great neighborhood, the […]

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New Wave Polish

PhillyFoodGuys head to Port Richmond’s New Wave Cafe (no relation to the Queen Village waiting room for Dmitri’s) to get some authentic Polish food. The […]

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The Other New Wave

The sign outside may say it’s a restaurant, bar and disco but at the New Wave Cafe in Port Richmond, you’ll come for the pierogies […]