A pierogi spot from a husband-and-wife team appears to be exactly what this neighborhood wants, gauging form its buzzy vibe. Illuminated by a soft glow, this long and narrow space culminates in a small atrium. Matching blonde banquette seating, exposed brick walls and vertical wood beams may be found in between.
There is a service station in the middle displaying Bolesławiec pottery, which is also the vessel of choice for their assorted Polish food. Consider delicate parcels filled with jalapeño, mashed potato, and bacon. Other savory combos may include hearty borscht and golabki (cabbage stuffed with pork, rice and topped with tomato-basil sauce). The raspberry and sweet cheese pierogi makes a sweet counterpart to the savory options.