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Where to buy Polish food in New Jersey?

RemaxGirl   May 1, 2007, 06:45pm  #31


(Deli in Lakewood)

take rt 9 south to County Line Rd. At the lights turn left, and the Deli is right there on your left side next to a laundromat. The building is accross from a cemetery.

I shop there all the time, and the food is really great and fresh. People who own it are very nice and friendly.
Marcella   May 10, 2007, 10:49pm  #32

In Rahway - Stas' meat Market on St. George's Ave (Route 35) just off Inman Avenue. lso Serena's Deli

Great Restaurant is Big Stash's in Linden.

Check out The Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark at 177 Broadway.

Great Library and Polish/English School for children and adults.
jimjanek   May 18, 2007, 08:35am  #33


We own a Polish Deli and catering business in Passaic, New Jersey. Please visit our website janeksfinefoods to find out more about who we are. All of our foods are homemade on premises. If you have a moment, hit the announcement page to see what we do on the outside. Take care Jim Janek and family


We own a Polish Deli and Catering business in Passaic, New Jersey. All of our food is homemade on premises. Have a look at our webpage janeksfinefoods. If you have a moment click on the announcement page to see what we are doing on the outside.

Thank you,
Jim Janek and family



There is a Polish Bakery two doors down from our business.Passaic, NJ.Polonia bakery, they make there own Babka's (delicious)

Jim Janek and family
TAMPIW   Jun 11, 2007, 03:28pm  #34

Nowski   Jun 21, 2007, 12:08am  #35

Thanks for that bit of info carpe diem. I'm only about 15 minutes away from the Farmer's Market. Never been there but I'll have to check it out now.
suknia   Jun 25, 2007, 08:08am  #36

Does anyone know of a german wholesale foods place in Newark? Heard they have great kielbasy and fairly inexpensive. Also heard the name began with an "S" and they moved to another location. If anyone has information, please provide.
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  Jun 25, 2007, 08:14am  #37

We like Polish food better here suknia :)
Eileen S   Jul 1, 2007, 08:35pm  #38

ellinj0206   Jul 4, 2007, 08:54pm  #39

I agree---Big Stosh's in Linden is great. Simple, "no frills", cafeteria style, but AWESOME food! You get great bang for your buck and I guarantee you'll leave full!
polish food   Jul 5, 2007, 02:00pm  #40

Go to Pulaski on Wood Avenue in Linden, NJ!
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  Jul 5, 2007, 02:01pm  #41

So i guess Linden is another PL area in NJ? Never heard of this place being so...

I'll have to visit. THX
Polishgrrrl   Jul 12, 2007, 03:53pm  #42

Jan's Polish Deli on Wilson Ave. in Englishtown, NJ past Raceway Park or Pulaski Meat Market on Wood Ave. in Linden, NJ.
kryspycritter   Jul 17, 2007, 02:01pm  #43

BOTANY VILLAGE YOU CLIFTONISTS! There's a great place that has deli goods and a cheap hot buffet!
There's a good pierogi place 1295 Main Avenue in Clifton over by Piaget and another Polish deli on Clifton Avenue a few block down from Main Avenue.
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  Jul 27, 2007, 07:36pm  #44

In Jersey City there's one downtown. It's called I think Europa and the address is 527 Jersey Ave. you can buy different kinds of Polish meat, sausage, cheese, candy, bread, cakes and p±czki :D And there's a Polish travel agency like across the street.

You can also buy Polish cookies, marinated mushrooms, & other Polish products at A&P's around here.

There's also a Polish Deli called Sawa, also in Jersey City, I think it's on Central Avenue, near Dickinson HS

And in terms of shops outside of NJ (but near Jersey City) well, you can always go to the Greenpoint area in Brooklyn, it's a big Polish community, full of Polish stores and restaurants. Or, go to Brighton Beach, also in Brooklyn. It's mostly a Russian community but you can often find products like Polish juices and water (Nałęczowianka, etc.) in the stores. Plus you can enjoy a day at the beach and/or Coney Island while you're there 8)

Hope this helps people.
Marek55   Jul 31, 2007, 09:22am  #45

There's a free magazine you can pick up in the delis called Polish Marketplace. It has coupons and stuff for all things Polish. Sometimes you can get ideas for places.

Last issue had a coupon for Stefan's Meat market in Botany Village in Clifton and Krakus Restaurant in Wallington. I think this issue has Royal Warsaw in Elmwood Park.

It's in Polish, but you can still get the point even if you don't read the language (address, phone, etc.) Hope that helps.
darowizna   Aug 4, 2007, 01:13pm  #46

The best pierogi and other polish products at the small polish deli on 128 Jewell St in Garfield called "Pol Amer Deli" they open from 5 am to 9 pm Mon-Friday and 5 am to 8 pm Saturday and on Sunday 8 am -2pm
DAROWIZNA   Aug 7, 2007, 06:08am  #47

Pol Amer Deli, 128 Jewell St, Garfield NJ 973-478-8140 BEST PIEROGIES AND DELIOUCIOUS FOOD
NJPOLE   Aug 12, 2007, 12:56pm  #48

The Kielbasy Store
Comtinental Home Made Provisions Company
190 Main Street
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
(732) 254-4911
MsHalina   Sep 3, 2007, 08:09am  #49

Polish Festival in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Festival is going on weekends from 9/1 through 9/9 and all day on Labor Day
I went yesterday and pierogies were great and grilled kielbasa was tasty.
Polish Ice is a nice dessert to finish off.
donna   Sep 3, 2007, 05:18pm  #50

Does anyone know of the small store front pierogi factory in Passaic NJ? They made the pierogies right there in front of you. Someone told me it burned down. Is that true? If not, does anyone know the address? I thought it was on Lexington, but I couldn't locate it.
Cliftongirl   Sep 11, 2007, 10:25pm  #51

The pierogi place did burn down. It was on Lexington Ave in Clifton. It has since relocated to Main Ave and they are just as good as they used to be. It's on Main between Piaget and Washington, somewhere in that area. You can't miss it. Huge sign out front and it's across from DeLuxe dry cleaners.
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  Oct 16, 2007, 08:14pm  #52

FISZ that liquor store with the polish piwo is home liquors....
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  Oct 17, 2007, 08:34am  #53

Yes :) That's it. Get the Black Boss Porter!
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  Oct 17, 2007, 08:38am  #54

Quoting: MsHalina
Polish Festival in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

I've been there. They have a beautiful Polish church on top of the mountain with a painting of Matka Boska Czestochowska from Poland.
turfm   Oct 19, 2007, 08:29pm  #55

Go to Philadelphia, PA if you are close for baked goods, meats in Polish style. Polish section of Philly is near the Besty Ross Bridge. Some places are limited in their English speaking.
Shoprite in Cherry Hill, NJ has a small International isle with some dry goods. Not sure about Northern NJ but there are many more Polish folks up there
Oleh   Nov 4, 2007, 08:55pm  #56

Olympic market in Irvington they make the best kielbasy. krajana is great!!!
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  Nov 12, 2007, 01:33pm  #57

Wawel in Roselle is outstanding. It's on Raritan Road. The husband of a woman I work with owns the place, and it is through her that I met my Polish wife. Saturday mornings are the best there.
jen2007   Dec 26, 2007, 08:32am  #58

There is POLISH AMERICAN DELI in Runnemede on Black Horse Pike. Check their website
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  Dec 26, 2007, 09:03am  #59

In Garfield you can find Piast (on River Road) and Golden Eagle (on Lanza). Both are really good, with Paist being the larger of the two.
polishlove   Dec 27, 2007, 02:45pm  #60

Go to Adams or the Super Deli in Wallington the best around.Adams is on Maple Ave one block east of Main St.Opposite the PD station and Super Deli is about three blocks away at the corner of Main and Wallington Ave.

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