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Re: New Polish Food Shop on Hutton Avenue
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In addition to this excellent store in The Heights area of JC, there are a number of Polish Stores in Bayonne:

Warsaw Deli -> 759 Broadway, Bayonne, NJ 07002
Sawa Provision -> 588 Avenue C, Bayonne, NJ 07002
Henry's Deli -> 488 Avenue C, Bayonne, NJ 07002
Alex & Terry's Deli -> 798 Broadway, Bayonne, NJ 07002

The best ones are probably Sawa & Henry's... but each & ever one has their pros+cons.

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If you are ever in Bayonne, there is a Polish store right next to Judicke Bakery, on Broadway. The store on Hutton reminds me of that place. It has more variety since it has been established for a long time.

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yikes, i posted in wrong section. not sure how that happenedd. sorry.Quote:

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good grief, pay your taxes and try to hold goverment accountable and shut up already.

** would you rather live in ny, nj or california versus arkansas, missippi or missouri.

** would you rather live in sweden, france or singapore versus india, cameroon or albania

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good grief, pay your taxes and try to hold goverment accountable and shut up already.

** would you rather live in ny, nj or california versus arkansas, missippi or missouri.

** would you rather live in sweden, france or singapore versus india, cameroon or albania

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good grief, pay your taxes and try to hold goverment accountable and shut up already.

** would you rather live in ny, nj or california versus arkansas, missippi or missouri.

** would you rather live in sweden, france or singapore versus india, cameroon or albania

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Place is weak, they had no goodies to heat at home like stuffed cabbage, pierogi or soups etc.

I asked and got dumb looks.


This is the spot to load up at and worth the drive:

https://www.piast.com/


They actually get their meats from Piast in Garfield...

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Place is weak, they had no goodies to heat at home like stuffed cabbage, pierogi or soups etc.

I asked and got dumb looks.


This is the spot to load up at and worth the drive:

https://www.piast.com/


They totally had containers a pierogi of every type in the cold case.

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Place is weak, they had no goodies to heat at home like stuffed cabbage, pierogi or soups etc.

I asked and got dumb looks.


This is the spot to load up at and worth the drive:

https://www.piast.com/

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I visited, but was sad there was no steam table or even platters to microwave at home. I'd totally buy a platter of kielbasa, pierogi and stuffed cabbage for lunch. The different kinds of kielbasa looked amazing!

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I hope that this outlet lasts and doesn't shut down after a few months when the owner realises they are not able to make enough income. Some other Polish stores in JC suffered that fate...


I hope not -- That's why I want to spread word of mouth and let people know. Need to support our local businesses.

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I hope that this outlet lasts and doesn't shut down after a few months when the owner realises they are not able to make enough income. Some other Polish stores in JC suffered that fate...

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Glad to learn about Jola; I visited yesterday, and got the first kielbasa I've enjoyed in a few years, since Stanley's closed.

They also have roasted buckwheat groats, another rare treat.

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This indeed is a great place and it looks like it has good reviews already on Google. Highly recommended, just wish it was a little closer to downtown...

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Yes, it's 110 Hutton (less than a quarter block off of Central) and right now food sold to be warmed at home. Soups look very good - will try next time. Who knows, if they get enough business they may look to serve items hot.
I also tried the poppy seed roll - nice sized, fresh, tasty, plenty of poppy seeds and not too sweet - I bought that, a jar of red current jam, and a packet of sweet paprika (size similar to packet of Knor sauce mixes) -- all for under $5. Pastry alone in a lot of other places would be close to that price.

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I didn't know the name but google says it is:
Jola Polish Deli
Address: 110 Hutton St, Jersey City, NJ 07307, USA
Hours: Closed ? Opens 9 a.m. Wed.
Phone: +1 201-388-1635

It is like 2 doors down from Ozu Foods (one of my other favorite places).

As of now all of the soups/pierogis/stews etc are sold to be heated up at home. For very reasonable prices you can have just about a full meal within a few minutes of turning on the stove (my kind of "cooking"). They also do have some breads/pastries - I had a poppy seed roll similar to what my Slovak grandmother used to make.

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Will they boil up some fresh pierogies for you? What is the address and phone number - anybody know? Sounds great. Hot soups? Brooklyn Rye Bead?

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I just returned from the place, I love the beets and soups, very good.

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What is the address?

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This place is great! I have had several variations of their pierogis/soups/stews and all were good meals to take home/heat up. They have tons of Polish snacks and kielbasas as well.

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I usually don't walk down Hutton, but by chance did and found an authentic Polish shop opened recently. It's a small shop off Central Avenue (between Central and Summit). Has little of everything -- dry goods (noodles, spices, real honey, etc.), meats (ham, sausage, etc..). Some very nice homemade soup and other goodies.
Owners are very nice.
Bought some items which were delicious .


thanks for the heads up!

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I usually don't walk down Hutton, but by chance did and found an authentic Polish shop opened recently. It's a small shop off Central Avenue (between Central and Summit). Has little of everything -- dry goods (noodles, spices, real honey, etc.), meats (ham, sausage, etc..). Some very nice homemade soup and other goodies.
Owners are very nice.
Bought some items which were delicious .

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