Where to Get Authentic Polish Pierogi in Westchester

When it comes to indulging in the rich, comforting flavors of authentic Polish pierogi, Westchester County offers a delectable array of options.

This time of year, Oktoberfest tends to dominate the scene when it comes to European eats, which is why we’re so stoked that Sunday, October 8 is National Pierogi Day! If you’re jonesing for a great Polish pocket, here’s where you can score some of the best around outside your babcia’s kitchen.


39 Lockwood Ave, Yonkers; 914.965.1665

This local favorite has been at its Lockwood Ave location for six decades and has been a go-to spot for kielbasa, kishka, babka, Polish bread, and certainly pierogi since day one.

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Pierogi come in six varieties: meat, pot cheese, potato and cheese, potato and onion, sauerkraut, and sweet prune. All are available by the dozen.

Worth noting: Miasarnia supplies the pierogi you’ll find on the menu at Yonkers Brewing Co. just a stone’s throw away!


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Polish Deli Yonkers

225 Nepperhan Ave, Yonkers; 914.476.1183

Another Yonkers staple, Polish Deli Yonkers is a one-stop shop for Old World favorites like cold cuts, dried and cured meats, cheeses and dairy products, breads, pastries, and even newspapers and cosmetics. Of course, it also serves lunch and caters, making this spot a favorite for carry-out.

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Pierogi, frozen and hot, come in savory options such as meat, potato, and sauerkraut styles, as well as fruit options, with fillings such as cherry, plum, and different berries. Prices vary, starting at $7.99 ranging to $12.99.

The Pork Store

359 Willett Ave, Port Chester; 914.937.2512

This specialty grocer focuses on German, Polish, and Eastern European products with — as you’d guess — a solid focus on pork. Make sure to pick up a wurst, kraut, or kielbasa to go with your pierogi.

Styles include potato and onion, potato and cheese (with a gluten-free option available), small mushroom (uszka), and sauerkraut and mushroom. Special requests are also available on large catering/takeout orders.


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Honorable Mentions

While they’re not technically in Westchester, these fairly local locales are ranked very highly in the Westchester Polish community. Check out Warsaw Deli in Stamford or Rumcajs Polish Deli just north into Mahopac on the edge of town.

Hey, they might not be on the right side of the county line, but there’s no such thing as a trip too far for some dynamite pierogi.

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