Restaurant: Polish/Russian/Eastern European
Georgian bakery that makes incredibly flavorful bread and lots of other specialties.
Jefferson Park bakery offering European pastries and cakes, plus savory items such as pierogi and sauerkraut. There's a second location in Old Town at 1710 N. Wells.
Old Town location of the European-style bakery, offering savory items like pierogi in addition to Polish and French pastries and other sweets and desserts.
Tiny family-run Montenegran restaurant.
Eastern European restaurants serving cevapi and gourmet sandwiches.
Agreeable South Loop sports bar offering thin-crust pizza and a few Polish plates in addition to pub grub.
Uptown restaurant and wine bar with Italian and a few Bosnian offerings; there's a lovely garden patio.
Bar and grill on the rooftop of the venerable sausage purveyor. Cash only.
A Ukrainian Village landmark.
This Polish deli and bakery offers sandwiches, soups, and salads made with house-baked bread and house-smoked meats and sausages, plus produce (including organics) and imported European goods. Specialty cakes are also available.
Little storefront offering central Asian and Russian dishes like kebabs, stuffed dumplings, and lagman, hadn-pulled noodles. Alcohol is prohibited.
South-suburban Polish-Lithuanian restaurant.
Polish hipster hangout in Portage Park with authentic dishes like tripe soup and hunter's stew.
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