Pierogi

Pierogi are dumplings that can be sweet or savory, ranging from two-bite size to six inches long. They are boiled then pan-fried, usually with lots of butter and squiggles of onion, then served as a side dish or main course. Always a presence on the menu in Polish restaurants, savory pierogi are most commonly filled with cheese, ground pork or beef, sauerkraut, or potatoes. Sweet fillings can be apricot, plum, or berries.

Restaurants With This Dish

Skewered chunks of marinated grilled lamb resting on a piece of white bread
Sharkey’s

BINGHAMTON, NY

Sokolowski’s

CLEVELAND, OH

Open-face hot sandwith blanketed with cheese and garnished with bacon
Union Grill

PITTSBURGH, PA

DGS Delicatessen

WASHINGTON, DC

Multi-vegetable minestrone soup topped with shredded asiago cheese
Pittsburgh Willy’s

CHANDLER, AZ

Gold-fried
Stash Cafe

MONTRéAL, QC

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