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Where to buy Polish food in New Jersey?

katush     Jan 17, 2007, 03:51pm  #1

i was wondering if someone can tell me where i can get some polish food in new jersey?
not online though.
thanks

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  ♂   Edited by: FISZ  Jan 17, 2007, 04:39pm  #2

Where in NJ are you? I know of a few places.

PL food meaning a deli with all PL products or a restaurant?

lrusch2     Jan 18, 2007, 09:41pm  #3

You can find Polish food in Wallington, NJ - there used to be an Adams Food market that was 1 block off Paterson Ave near the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. There is also an excellent bakery back in there which I can't remember the name. I usually get my kielbasa from a place in Passaic called Stacz's (pronounced Stash's-sorry- I can't spell in Polish!) which is just over the bridge from Wallington. It is a neighborhood that has lots of Polish stores - The big Shop Rite in that neighborhood also carries a lot of Polish food and ingredients needed for Polish cooking. I wish I knew the street names, but it has been awhile since I lived in NJ. I know this isn't much help but maybe someone else knows the names and addresses.

katush     Jan 22, 2007, 12:00pm  #4

im in newark....yeah, im looking for deli with polish food, not restaurants...thanks :)

katush     Jan 22, 2007, 12:01pm  #5

thanks so much. at least you directed me in a local area. :)

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  ♂   Jan 25, 2007, 01:58pm  #6

You're closer to Wallington, but there's also Garfield. There is a nice deli called Piast on river Street. If you want tasty PL Piwo then you can go 5 min further on river st and there's a liquor store on the right (can't recall the name) and they have hard to find PL beer. I'd stick to Wallington due to the amt of stores in the area. Good luck.

carpe diem     Jan 26, 2007, 07:13pm  #7

I live in Hunterdon County, NJ. Are there any Polish type delis around there? The only one we go to is the Farmer's Market, in Trenton, which sells a lot of Polish food....

SJ Mike     Feb 6, 2007, 06:59pm  #8

where the hell can I get a GOOD Babka...no raisins, no cheese....just a good dense, babka...Im In SJ, Camden County

James2k     Feb 10, 2007, 04:19pm  #9

To get to Wallingon, Take rt. 3 west until you hit Rt 21, take the exit toward Passaic, then get off at exit 11A (River Dr.) take that straight past the Honda dealership (bear right) and you will see several polish restaurants, a polish bar, and a polish deli.

janet     Feb 11, 2007, 05:34pm  #10

there is a polish deli on river road in garfield, nj. It's in a strip mall. I was just there to ship a package to my son in poland.

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  ♂   Feb 12, 2007, 08:57am  #11

Yes....Piast on river street. Good food :)

polishpatsgirl     Feb 17, 2007, 02:02pm  #12

Umm yeah my boyfriend is polish and his family has a deli/resturant/grocery in lakewood, new jersey..its on 65 east county line rd...very good..very friendly..great food..try it out and im not just saying this because hes my boyfriend..so check it out let me know what you think..any question im me on aim at polishpatsgirl..

mala22     Feb 18, 2007, 08:23pm  #13

Linden NJ ,Union County Syrena Deli, Polonez Deli( the best), Bratek, Pulaski

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  ♂   Edited by: ArturSzastak  Feb 20, 2007, 08:57pm  #14

Hey, i lived in garfield and Clifton and Wallington. Went to Sacred Heart School for a few years, then Columbus #8 i believe.

small world huh. Piast was the best ever. City is rich in Polish culture and awesome place to drink and party. anyone live near 37 Chestnut street? - thats my old house. :)

nice to meet people from same part of world, small place after all huh. wish the place would have less latinos, i don't hate them i just want it to stay predominantly Polish. Same with Chicago, they following us? WTF?

...;]     Feb 21, 2007, 10:37pm  #15

U can find good food also in chefski's in wallington NJ on 360 main st i work there but thats not a food store but something llike a take out restaurant pierogis are very good and other stuff too :)

zona     Feb 22, 2007, 03:23pm  #16

There are a few Polish deli's in Manville - 2 right on Main Street (past the Walmart) and the other one is on N. 10th St. called B&L. I usually go to B&L for good Polish rye bread, various sausages/deli meats (krakowska, kielbasa, paruwki, etc.), jarred/canned items (pickles, sauerkraut, smalec, etc.) and then other random things like paczki, nalesniki and pierogi.

Here's the contact info:

B&L Polish Deli&Meat Market
221 N. 10th Ave.
Manville, NJ 08835
Tel: (908) 253-0099

msbj     Feb 22, 2007, 07:21pm  #17

There is a good polish deli on Lanza Ave in Garfield, NJ take Rt 46 to river road in Garfield turn onto Lanza Ave On the right coming from River Rd. Great Pierogs, Kielbasa

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  ♂   Feb 24, 2007, 11:32am  #18

Quoting: msbj
There is a good polish deli on Lanza Ave in Garfield, NJ take Rt 46 to river road in Garfield turn onto Lanza Ave On the right coming from River Rd. Great Pierogs, Kielbasa

How far past Piast is this Right hand turn?

msbjf     Mar 1, 2007, 05:26pm  #19

about 1/2 mile.

john mick     Mar 5, 2007, 08:00pm  #20

piast river rd garfield rt 21 n from newark less then 15 minutes

Kearnygal     Mar 7, 2007, 06:13pm  #21

:)Good polish deli in Kearny, right next to Newark:)

Polish Meats & Provisions Inc
147 Kearny Avenue
Kearny, NJ 07032
201-997-5196

nofloyd     Mar 13, 2007, 08:09am  #22

Zona - I just moved to Manville area and was looking for a Polish deli and bakery. I tried B&L, and I could see how fast the rye moves out, but I am looking for a bakery that does their own babka. Any suggestions? [prob should just learn to make it myself]

Moved from Bayonne, NJ. Two places I went to there:

Alex & Terri's on 36th St and Broadway. Small deli/bakery, few groceries, but has smoked meats, makes own pierogis, poppy/nut/prune breads [what is the Polish word for these?], and babka. Close to Easter they suspend other deli activity to focus on making enough babka, there can be a line out the door.

The other one is between 22nd and 24th on Ave. C. Forget the name. A bigger deli and grocery.

dlweiner     Mar 22, 2007, 08:07pm  #23

Hi there. I was searching the internet for Polish bakeries in NJ and I saw your entry. I work in Howell so I can easily drive to Lakewood. What is the name of the shop you were referring to? Can you give me a landmark on County Line Road? Thanks.

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  ♂   Edited by: FISZ  Mar 23, 2007, 10:47am  #24

This place?

whiteeaglebakery.com

santo     Apr 4, 2007, 08:27am  #25

Besides B &L in Manville which does not make their own babka, are there any food and bakery stores around that area that do? How about the Bound Brook or Somerville area anyone familiar with this?

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  ♀   Apr 4, 2007, 02:59pm  #26

theres a new polish deli that just opened they make hand made pierogis its called Jans Deli at 24 wilson ave. in Englishtown NJ 732 446-6926 it looks good there just down the street from Englishtown Auction I just saw it in the asbury park press newspaper today

VIVIAN2011     Apr 7, 2007, 11:24am  #27

Hi. Does anyone know the name if the polish market in Old Bridge. They used to make the best homemade kielbasa. Thanks. Happy Easter....

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  ♂   Apr 7, 2007, 12:34pm  #28

Quoting: VIVIAN2011
Hi. Does anyone know the name if the polish market in Old Bridge. They used to make the best homemade kielbasa. Thanks. Happy Easter....

Jans Deli or European Provisions on Old Bridge Turnpike

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  ♀   Apr 7, 2007, 02:04pm  #29

You guys are making me homesick and hungry!!!

I was born and grew up in NJ, and both sides of my family are Polish. I haven't had Polish food in soooo long, I can't wait to visit Jersey, and/or Poland.

Happy Easter to all!
GrandeSande

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  ♂   Apr 7, 2007, 02:46pm  #30

Quoting: away guy
Just go buy the damn food at a shop

But, maybe you fail to see that these are people asking about PL food. Not everystore carries it....unless you're in PL :)



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