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Where to buy Polish food in New Jersey?

Polek   Nov 18, 2008, 04:38pm  #91

Not anymore. They are out of business - to bad!!!
Guest   Nov 25, 2008, 09:09am  #92

He moved to Main St., Clifton near White Castle.
clifton23   Nov 26, 2008, 03:58pm  #93

They are located on main Ave in Clifton, they had a fire and relocated. Bigger and Better store.
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  Dec 5, 2008, 09:58pm  #94

I really like Polish American Deli in Runnemede NJ. It's in South Jersey.

Polish American Deli
125 N Black Horse Pike
Runnemede, NJ

They have awesome pierogi, including the ones with prunes and other fruits! Also, their kielbasy and lunch meats are superb!!! Besides that, they send packages to Poland, have Polish newspapers etc.
Guest   Dec 20, 2008, 03:46pm  #95

There is a new Polish Deli in Flemington, NJ called Pyza at 150 Main St. Haven't been there yet but will go there soon. I will post back after I check it out.
Guest   Dec 22, 2008, 02:12pm  #96

Today I went to Flemington looking for the Polish Deli and it was turned into a dress shop. A woman coming out told me the deli was gone. Too bad. There are no Polish deli's in Hunterdon County that I know of.
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  Dec 29, 2008, 10:05pm  #97

Try this one:
Guest   Jan 5, 2009, 02:22pm  #98


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.

I live in Bayonne right now, this is by far the best home made Polish food; I know the family personally and I can vouch for the quality and freshness!
william.labs.yo   Apr 7, 2009, 07:03pm  #99

Check out Wood Ave. in Linden...Polaski Meats is really good...everything you could dream of....
fwjofclubnavaho   Jun 9, 2009, 04:43pm  #100

Olympic meat market on 40th street in Irvington has great foods and have been in business for at least 50yrs. FWJ
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  Jun 21, 2009, 04:59pm  #101

I have always liked Adams on Maple Ave in Wallington. They have the best Keilbasa in the area in my opinion. All meats smoked on premisis.
Polishgirl/   Jul 21, 2009, 08:24pm  #102

what about Jersey city, is there any polish food place?
Katie from NYC   Oct 7, 2009, 09:31pm  #103

There is a site: with list of restaurants and deli stores in USA. They have mostly polish food businesses but also businesses with food from other european countries.
Trotsy   Oct 8, 2009, 03:49am  #104

I'm not sure if it burned down, but I do know that it isn't there anymore. It was off Lexington Ave in Clifton. The pierogi's were like homemade.
poorrichie   Oct 31, 2009, 01:01pm  #105

there use to be a factory type place in Bayonne just off ave a around 23 rd street where I'd get kielbasa, rings and rings of them......anyone know if they are still around
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  Nov 10, 2009, 11:11pm  #106

don't forget Europa in Jersey City, right on Jersey Avenue.
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  Nov 11, 2009, 05:07am  #107

Hi everyone

Don`t forget about "Piast" in Maplewood :)

Phone (973) 761-1413

1899 Springfield Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Springfield Ave and Park Ave

Read about "Piast" in New York Times:

''Almost all of the meats, those 16 varieties of kielbasa included, are prepared and smoked in Piast’s own smokehouses, two of which are in the Maplewood location. The Rybak family, including Henry Rybak, Mr. Rybak’s father and the founder of the Piast enterprise, owns three stores, the Maplewood location being the first. The other two are in Garfield.''

''Kielbasa, a variety of hams, bacon and even beef jerky all come out of Piast’s smokehouses. Mr. Rybak introduced beef jerky, made from certified Angus beef, to his assortment two years ago in an effort to reach out to his non-Polish customer base.''

Kasia :)
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  Nov 20, 2009, 08:55pm  #108

Polish deli - I don't know the name -
20 Jernee Mill Rd.,
Sayreville, NJ

Royal Bakery (Chruschiki & good cakes & babka)
3290 Washington Rd, Parlin, NJ

Sun Glow Bakery (good babka, not so good Chruschiki)
606 Main St, Sayreville, NJ

Krakowiak Restaurant
42 Main St, South River, NJ
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  Nov 24, 2009, 10:16pm  #109

My father co-owns a Polish bakery in New Jersey. It's either in South Amboy or Sayreville (where he grew up). I know there are quite a few polish delis and restaurants around there. Most of my Polish ancestors settled there. :)
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  Nov 29, 2009, 04:16pm  #110

Royal Bakery (Chruschiki & good cakes & babka)
3290 Washington Rd, Parlin, NJ

That's my dad's bakery! I may start working there on Saturdays if anyone wants to stop in. :D
zakpolak   Dec 7, 2009, 08:54pm  #111

go to washington nj on main st
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  Dec 7, 2009, 10:48pm  #112

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

You come to Philadelphia and try Krakus Market:


3150 Richmond Street, Port Richmond Philadelphia, near the Allegheny
exit of !-95

Now Krakus has babka, but you will have to see if it's the kind you like...The Port Richmond are and Bridesburg used to have, say, 10 Polish bakeries where you could get a variety of babka and Polish and other pastries, plus rye and pumper nickle breads...However, these are gone, as that generation is retired or passed on.
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  Dec 12, 2009, 04:08pm  #113

I'm going down to the bakery today if anyone lives near Parlin (I know it's predominantly Polish up there). ;) And I -think- I start working there next Saturday... =]
Guest   Dec 13, 2009, 04:29am  #114

European Deli
260 South Main Street
Manville NJ 07980

They have been in business for 20 years and make their own delicious pierogi. They carry a large variety of polish products.
NJ_Cher   Dec 16, 2009, 04:08pm  #115

Stefan & Son at Botany Village in Clifton, NJ.

The absolute best comfort food, like stuffed cabbage rolls. I'm a potato salad aficionado and theirs is unparalleled.

eric-nopasswd   Feb 17, 2010, 07:57am  #116

My wife and I normally go to Olden Ave in Trenton, where there are 2-3 Polish shops. They tend to be a bit cleaner and nicer than those in Philadelphia, which is also nearby. One of the stores bakes fresh bread on-site. Furthermore, the Trenton shops carry small quantities of Polish beer, whereas in Philadelphia you must buy a full case.
Lycan75   Feb 20, 2010, 12:05am  #117

Pierogi Palace in Rahway has awesome pierogies!
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  Mar 7, 2010, 12:22am  #118

Hey, check this out
This place is located in Wallington NJ and have great Polish food, dinners, meat and staff ;)
Joni   Mar 10, 2010, 05:41pm  #119

is there a Polish bakery and/or deli in South Jersey?
Bob B.   Mar 14, 2010, 03:38pm  #120

Zallie's Shop Rite in Williamstown sells Babka very close to Holiday time, call 1st ,supply is limited.

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