This eatery will meld Italian & Polish culinary styles thanks to the culinary verve of the owners. Expect tasty dishes such as thin-crust pizza & sampler plates with sausage, sauerkraut & pierogi. Read more.
Try the sauerkraut rye bread, their chocolate cake doughnuts, buttermilk poundcake and "grandpa rye" bread, a three-pound loaf swimming in caraway and perfectly suited for Dagwood sandwiches. Read more.
'Kraut fans, take note: This market and cafe has recently started making sauerkraut in house, and it's stellar. Take a jar of the "Living Kraut" home, or try it on a Reuben with house-made pastrami. Read more.
The breakfast menu will please fans of cream cheese; the gooey stuff makes an appearance in the stuffed French toast, topped with maple-pecan syrup. Try it with the rosemary-roasted ham. Read more.
Those who don't eat Polish food frequently — or have never eaten it — should order the Polish plate, which includes pierogi, stuffed cabbage, sliced sausage, sauerkraut and other bite-size samplings. Read more.
The real draw here is obviously the burgers. Stop in and build one, with toppings such as emmi gruyere, pesto, prosciutto, fried egg, sauerkraut, or avocado. Read more.
With thousand island dressing and sauerkraut on a pumpernickel bun, this sandwich is so spot-on that you almost actually think that there's corned beef on it, instead of fried chicken. Read more.