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Where (Else) to Eat Polish Food in Metro Detroit

Pair paczki with pierogi and kielbasa at these southeast Michigan Polish restaurants.

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Hamtramck's well-known Polish restaurants Polonia and Polish Village aren't the only game in town. From Ann Arbor to Eastpointe, here are a few dining spots worth checking out before getting totally sugared-out on paczki.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Srodek's Campau Quality Sausage

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9601 Joseph Campau St
Hamtramck, MI 48212
(313) 871-8080
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A good carry-out or do-it-yourself option, Srodek’s deli and market has been selling all sorts of Polish goodies for over 30 years. Buy uncooked sausage and kielbasa to create homemade versions of Polish classics. Or swing by to pick up pierogi or a package of imported Polish cookies. A Sterling Heights location is currently in the works featuring a huge new market, as well as a restaurant. [Photo]

2. Jim's Place Family Dining

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13245 Michigan Ave
Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 584-5437
An old-style diner serving up large quantities of Polish and American food, Jim’s is a breakfast or lunch go-to. Operating for 45 years, Jim’s offers hearty pierogi, traditional diner-style chicken noodle soup, and Polish favorite dill pickle soup. [Photo]

3. Steve's Family Dining Livonia

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15800 Middlebelt Rd
Livonia, MI 48154
(734) 425-9800
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Home-style Polish comfort food at a reasonable price, Steve’s also offers the standard Italian-inspired dishes found at diners like this one. For those craving Polish classics, cabbage soup, kielbasa (in an omelet for breakfast), dill pickle soup, and city chicken abound. Or go for a sampling of different dishes on the Polish Platter. [Photo]

4. Amadeus Cafe & Restaurant

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122 E Washington St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 665-8767
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Open since the late 1980s, Amadeus is a true Polish restaurant with a capital ‘R’—no diner-style menu in sight. Here, find dill pickle soup (Ogorkowa), potato pancakes classed up with caviar, smoked salmon or sausage. Also on the menu: creamed herring and a traditional Warsaw Salad of potatoes, carrots, peas, onion, and egg in a mustard-cream sauce. [Photo]

5. Three Brothers

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8825 General Dr
Plymouth, MI 48170
(734) 416-3393
Warm up with chicken dumpling or cabbage soup and a broasted chicken dinner. 3 Brothers has been open since the 1990’s and caters to a low-key local and loyal clientele. [Photo]

6. Calumet Pasty Company

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19401 E 10 Mile Rd
Eastpointe, MI 48021
(586) 771-8030
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As the name implies, Calumet specializes in tasty UP pasties. However, as Calumet’s signage proclaims, they also whip up traditional Polish cooking. Pierogi, potato pancakes, and dill pickle soup go great with a pasty, right? Feed two cravings for stuffed dough products in one place. [Photo]

1. Srodek's Campau Quality Sausage

9601 Joseph Campau St, Hamtramck, MI 48212
A good carry-out or do-it-yourself option, Srodek’s deli and market has been selling all sorts of Polish goodies for over 30 years. Buy uncooked sausage and kielbasa to create homemade versions of Polish classics. Or swing by to pick up pierogi or a package of imported Polish cookies. A Sterling Heights location is currently in the works featuring a huge new market, as well as a restaurant. [Photo]
9601 Joseph Campau St
Hamtramck, MI 48212

2. Jim's Place Family Dining

13245 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126
An old-style diner serving up large quantities of Polish and American food, Jim’s is a breakfast or lunch go-to. Operating for 45 years, Jim’s offers hearty pierogi, traditional diner-style chicken noodle soup, and Polish favorite dill pickle soup. [Photo]
13245 Michigan Ave
Dearborn, MI 48126

3. Steve's Family Dining Livonia

15800 Middlebelt Rd, Livonia, MI 48154
Home-style Polish comfort food at a reasonable price, Steve’s also offers the standard Italian-inspired dishes found at diners like this one. For those craving Polish classics, cabbage soup, kielbasa (in an omelet for breakfast), dill pickle soup, and city chicken abound. Or go for a sampling of different dishes on the Polish Platter. [Photo]
15800 Middlebelt Rd
Livonia, MI 48154

4. Amadeus Cafe & Restaurant

122 E Washington St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Open since the late 1980s, Amadeus is a true Polish restaurant with a capital ‘R’—no diner-style menu in sight. Here, find dill pickle soup (Ogorkowa), potato pancakes classed up with caviar, smoked salmon or sausage. Also on the menu: creamed herring and a traditional Warsaw Salad of potatoes, carrots, peas, onion, and egg in a mustard-cream sauce. [Photo]
122 E Washington St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

5. Three Brothers

8825 General Dr, Plymouth, MI 48170
Warm up with chicken dumpling or cabbage soup and a broasted chicken dinner. 3 Brothers has been open since the 1990’s and caters to a low-key local and loyal clientele. [Photo]
8825 General Dr
Plymouth, MI 48170

6. Calumet Pasty Company

19401 E 10 Mile Rd, Eastpointe, MI 48021
As the name implies, Calumet specializes in tasty UP pasties. However, as Calumet’s signage proclaims, they also whip up traditional Polish cooking. Pierogi, potato pancakes, and dill pickle soup go great with a pasty, right? Feed two cravings for stuffed dough products in one place. [Photo]
19401 E 10 Mile Rd
Eastpointe, MI 48021

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