Is there a Polish deli near me? Will I be able to get authentic Polish food near me? Is there a Polish market near me? Is there a Polish grocery store in my neighborhood in the US?
There are some of the big questions in the life of every Pole moving abroad or living abroad. A Google search for ‘Polish deli near me’ will answer all your questions.
But thankfully, if you live in the US and are far from local Polish stores, there are still a number of Polish food distributors that allow you to buy Polish food online.
Our favorite Polish store, Polana is the best choice whether you want to buy Polish candy online or mail order pierogies!
Mario Machnicki founded the Polana store in 1996 as a mail-order food catalog. Mario, born in Poland, lives in Chicago; and started the store with the aim of connecting Polish food lovers with original Polish food stores.
He loved the smile on the faces of Polish Americans who were able to get just a little taste of home! Soon he moved the business to an online platform and was able to satisfy Polish food desires all over the United States!
Kielbasa, golabki, soups, pierogi, mazureks, twarog. Anything you want, they have it!
In fact, we’ve got a treat for our Polish Foodies’ readers! Polana is giving 15% OFF on a minimum order of $60 for all Polish Foodies’ readers.
2. Konopelski Meats
If you live in New Jersey and look for where to buy Polish cheese babka online, the answer you’ll get is Piast!
4. Sweet Poland
Sweet Poland is a Polish online deli that actually started out as a Polish literature bookstore in Brooklyn, New York in 1990. They soon realized that they needed to serve customers that lived outside of New York, and turned into a mail-order book store sending books to the whole of the US and Canada too!
In 1999, they started a catalog called Sweet Poland for gourmet Polish food, and added their own products in 2009.
Soon they were online, and deliver everything Polish to homes across the country. Whether you need kascza gryczana or podgrzybek marynowany, Sweet Poland has it!
5. Polish Deli Online
Another New-Jersey-based store, Bacik began operation in Greenpoint Brooklyn in 1991. They offer the ‘finest and freshest’ Polish products in their stores across Eastern USA and online.
Traditionally cooked products, locally smoked meats, natural jams, homemade horseradish, kapusta kiszona, flaczki wolowe, and almost anything else Polish that you can think of, they have it!
Head over to your local Bacik store or browse online to try their artisanal pierogi and more!
With Piast: You have to buy food by bundles. You can not buy individual items. The food is good but I don’t have the room for 6 rings of kielbasa or 6 dozen of pierogi.