What is the Polish version of a ravioli called? A pierogi, of course! And as the name suggests, that’s what this place is all about. There’s a rotating menu of pierogis, with more than 103 varieties in owner Patti Geary’s repertoire. Guy couldn’t pass up the chance to tuck into the most-popular option, the cabbage and pork pierogi. “I’m in pierogi paradise,” Guy declared after biting into the buttery dumpling stuffed with a well-seasoned mixture of onions, ground pork, sauerkraut and cabbage.
Special Dishes: Cabbage and Pork
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