This pierogi-obsessed franchise boasts a wide selection of the beloved Polish dish just off the main square. Inside a very folksy, tavern-like interior you will find a full range of pierogi styles: boiled, oven-baked, fried, and even a dessert variety made out of shortbread. Best of all, they can be mixed and matched, so you can try a variety of fillings - from very traditional ones like potatoes and cottage cheese to more unusual combinations like blood sausage and cabbage. If dumplings aren't your thing, you'll also find soups, desserts (hot apple pie!), potato pancakes, and home-made drinks.