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Polish food in Worcester area??

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sox.fan Feb 20, 2007 11:19 AM

I'm looking for paczki's or kielbasa or any kind of good Polish food....takeout or restaurants... in the Worcester-Framingham-Franklin areas. Thanks!!

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    RIChowderhead RE: sox.fan Feb 20, 2007 11:24 AM

    Golemo on Millbury St., Worcester has awesome sausage. It's a market though, not a restaurant.

    1. spicykitten RE: sox.fan Feb 20, 2007 12:44 PM

      isn't there a place in boston area call Polina? It's a Polish Restaurant.

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        Chris VR RE: spicykitten Feb 20, 2007 04:45 PM

        It's Cafe Polonia, and it's in Andrew Square, South Boston. Many reviews are on the Boston board.

      2. trufflehound RE: sox.fan Feb 20, 2007 03:56 PM

        The folks who run the market across from the favorite polish rest in southie recently took over tom's international deli on water st. that's in addition the market and deli on millbury st.

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          Noreaster RE: sox.fan Feb 20, 2007 08:12 PM

          Haven't lived in Worcester for a while but Tom's International Deli off of Kelly Sq. had ALL kinds of Polish goodies. Probably still does...

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            sox.fan RE: sox.fan Feb 21, 2007 03:19 PM

            thanks, ...I'll check out Tom's and the Millbury St one while I'm there in Worcester. Someone also told me about ?Polaski St in Bellingham (near Franklin/Milford) having Polish stores as well.

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              kielbasa RE: sox.fan Dec 24, 2007 04:20 AM

              I found a Polish Deli in Blackstone. It's located in the plaza where the Stop & Shop is, right on the Blackstone/Woonsocket line, Rt 126. All types of homemade kielbasa and strings of imported dried mushrooms.

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              sarahbeth RE: sox.fan Feb 22, 2007 03:06 PM

              -Euro Guild; open Thursday to Saturday, good selection German and Eastern European Foods
              -European Cafe at 23 Millbury Street; they have groceries, fresh Kielbasa, baked goods, plus a Kosher/Pavere bakery next door.
              -Golemo's Market (Polish grocery store) at 43 Millbury Street in Worcester.
              -Krakow Deli at 52 Pulaski Blvd in Bellingham, MA and 707 Washington Street in Attleboro, MA; They sell holy bread and hay during the Christmas season, very good kielbasa; across the street is Yankee Spirits who sells a large selection of Polish beer.

              I believe there is also a Polish Meat Market on Armistice Blvd in Pawtucket, which is only a few miles from Attleboro.

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                Common Man RE: sox.fan Feb 28, 2007 07:20 PM

                Try the Vienna in Southbridge. The Chef is Polish & Austrian, he should be able to make pierogi or any ethnic dish a polish boy would like.

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                  sandramrma RE: sox.fan Mar 1, 2007 08:48 AM

                  Paczkis are available at Stop and Shop markets.

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                    iguanachef RE: sox.fan Dec 28, 2007 05:32 AM

                    Golemos is AMAZING as far as polish markets go, hanging sausages, breads hams, piergois and everything else you could imagine including all grocery items in Polish Language packaging, the staff is also fluent in polish as well.

                    Just the scent in there makes me think of my great grandmothers kitchen!

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                      gdarek RE: sox.fan Sep 23, 2008 06:41 AM

                      Tom's International Deli on Water Street, right off exit 13 off 290, has GREAT Polish food. They also have LUX, excellent cream cheese. I would pass on Golemo, the front deli where the meat is kept was nasty dirty when I shopped and the service was lacking.

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                        purecoffeine RE: sox.fan Oct 17, 2008 01:37 PM

                        hey,
                        I was wondering why you asked about the polish food?
                        Are you polish?Where do you live?
                        'Cos Im polish and im planning this student's exchange in 2,5 years to Worcester;)
                        And Id love to find out you live or are going to live there:) and that they have some polish food shops;)
                        Did you find any?

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