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May 14, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Street food is the best way to introduce as many people to polish food as possible. Cezary Grosfeld remembers when he tried his first pierogi when he moved to US in 2005. He was very disappointed in store-bought pierogies which were are not even close what his grandma used to make. After few years he started selling them at the farmers markets, then opened a food truck, restaurant and nationwide delivery service. You could say his pierogies are a big deal!
Soups & Salads
Rosol: Traditional Polish chicken noodle served with egg noodles.
Golabki: Cabbage roll stuffed with pork, rice and spices, wrapped in a cabbage with tomato sauce. Pierogies are sauteed.
Kielbasa Sandwich: Authentic Polish sausage, served in hoagie with caramelized onions and homemade sauerkraut salad.
Zapiekanka: Common Polish street food: sauteed onions and mushrooms, served over a toasted baguette with homemade 1000 island sauce, and melted Mozzarella cheese and vegetables.
Schnitzel: Thinly sliced pork chop, tenderized and breaded, topped with mushroom and cheese sauce, served with a cucumber salad. Pierogies are sauteed.
Bigos: Polish hunter’s stew. A savory blend of sauerkraut, sweet cabbage, slow cooked pork, spices. Pierogies are sauteed.
Polish Platter: 6 sauteed pierogies, kielbasa, cabbage roll, beef goulash, sauerkraut salad, cucumber salad.
Gluten-Free Plate: Kielbasa, cabbage roll with tomato sauce and sauerkraut salad.
Kielbasa: Authentic Polish sausage.
Beef Goulash: Stew of meat and vegetables, seasoned with Hungarian paprika and spices, accompanied with homemade sauerkraut salad. Pierogies are sauteed.
Pierogies | Vegan
Vegan Golabki: Cabbage roll made with rice, mushrooms, bell peppers, carrots, celery, spices topped with tomato sauce.
4 Pierogies of Your Choice: Served with small soda or organic juice.
Golabek: Traditional Polish cabbage roll.
Kielbasa: Smoked sausage.
Sweet Cheese Pierogies: 5 sweet dessert pierogies, served with whipped cream and homemade raspberry topping.
For guests wanting to join us for a pint and their favorite food truck, you may wish to call first: (303) 238-3272. Weather and many other factors could change our food truck schedule in ways we can’t reflect in real-time on the website. Of course, we’re always here to serve your favorite beer alongside locally-sourced soft pretzels and assorted snacks. Or order from your favorite restaurant for delivery to the Brewery. If you plan to share 😉