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by melissabunning on November 8, 2012 · 0 comments

A Taste of Poland

188 Bear Pond Road, Thurman, 668-0219. Real polish food outside Warrensburg, with homemade kielbasa, fat golombki, bigos, pierogi and more, and a roster of meat dishes that includes pork roast stuffed with prunes and apricots or a sauerkraut-and-mushroom-stuffed Warsaw cutlet—even a beer-battered steak. Full bar. Catering available. Serving dinner by reservation only 5-9 Sat-Sun. AE, D, MC, V. $$$



1300 15th St., Troy, 271-6892, muzaeuropeanfood.com. You know from the borscht that this is the real thing; beets are joined by kidney beans, carrots, onions and allspice berries. Look for pierogi, golombki, kielbasa and entrées like beef Stroganoff and Vienna Schnitzel (complete with fried egg and sautéed cabbage). Takeout available. Wine and beer, catering. Serving 4-9 Tue-Thu, 4-10 Fri-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon. AE, D, MC, V. $$

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