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Of course we have kiska replied the girl in European Meat Specialties
a smoke house on Saticoy and Coldwater in N Hollywood. The day
before Richard a polish lad orginally from Buffalo was planning to fly
some in so we ordered a coupled of links and some Veyskaya Kielbasa to
take home. Driveing home on Victory a sign caught my eye PIROSHKI
HOUSE. Slamming on the brakes i ducked into the mini mall to check it
out. This is a Russian Polish tiny bakery that make Piroshki and Ponchik
a kind of deep fried donut filled with cream.( After a really nasty cholestrol
test just a few days before I had to go easy so I`ll just pass this on to
interested hounds to check out) 14053 Victory Blvd Van Nuys nr Woodman. What a great day!

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  1. Cool find. I haven't had a piroshki since I went to Seattle years ago and ate at that tiny, busy shop by Pike Place. Thanks for sharing.

    1. You can also get Piroshki at an Armenian bakery, Marie's on Lankershim north of Victory.

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      1. re: pizzafreak

        Pizzafreak, can you give a little more details on Marie's? I couldn't find it. What's the cross street? Address?

        Thanks in advance.

        1. re: granadafan

          I'll take a drive there this morning and get back to you later.

          1. re: granadafan

            OOOPS! The name is MAGGIE'S PASTRY, and the address is 6530 Lankershim. This is one block north of Victory, on the East side of the street in a mall.

            1. re: pizzafreak

              http://maggiespastry.com/

        2. Piroshki House is on the NE corner of Victory & Hazeltine.