Pierogi Cafe Serves Polish Cuisine & Coffee in Waldwick

Bergen County has a new Polish cafe specializing in homemade pierogi, fresh coffee, and more. Pierogi Cafe is now open in Waldwick, and guests can expect fresh ingredients and authentic Polish flavors. Savor fresh, homemade pierogi and other Polish delicacies at Pierogi Café in Waldwick. As a cafe, they also make – and sell – their own coffee beans.

Pierogi Cafe is a modest 1,200 square-foot space that seats 16 guests indoors. “It’s a modern, relaxing café setting,” says owner Marta Wasilewski. For instance, you can cozy up in a comfortable chair by the fireplace; or otherwise grab

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Tacos Rick-O serves birria, Latin Street Food in Charlotte

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The birria tacos at Tacos Rick-O are three for $14.

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From TikTok to Instagram and every blog in between, birria tacos (and its variations) are one of the hottest trends sweeping social media. Originating in the small town of Coatzingo, Mexico, as Tijuana-style birria de res, the dippable tacos are now on everyone’s list— especially here in Charlotte.

Born in Durango, Mexico, Charlotte resident Ricky Ortiz found his passion and inspiration for cooking the bold flavors of his homeland at an early age, Now, at only 25, he owns two food trucks with a brick-and-mortar

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Small Portland Restaurant Serves Some Great Soup/Sandwiches

You can generally find soup or a sandwich on every single restaurant menu across the country. But when you find a place where it hits right, you almost don’t want to share the secret. Which is why there’s a good chance you’ve never heard of a small neighborhood restaurant in Portland called The Local Press. People throughout the city love it but are reluctant to shout out from the rooftops in fear it becomes a destination. Yes, the soups and sandwiches are THAT good.

What is The Local Press?

The Local Press opened their doors in 2012 at 276

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Spicy Cup Cafe in Columbus serves up top-rate Mexican dishes, pastries

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When you read the words “Spicy Cup Cafe,” what sort of businesses spring to mind? Unless you’re already familiar with the place, I’d wager that “bakery” and “short-order Mexican eatery” don’t make the top of your list. 

But Spicy Cup Cafe should be on the top of your list if you’re looking for a scratch-cooking spot offering bargains on lovely Mexican-style pastries — such as the best churros in Columbus — as well as first-rate tamales and excellent breakfast sandwiches assembled with wonderful house-baked rolls.

I should alert you to a potential catch: When visiting this roomy and

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Pay-what-you-can cafe serves more than food amid pandemic

MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee restaurant with a different business model has been thriving amid the pandemic, while helping to keep people fed.

Tricklebee Cafe, at West North Avenue and North 45th Street, has been serving plant-based food, but you will not find prices on their ever-changing menu.

The cafe offers meals on a pay-what-you-can basis. It does not offer a suggested price, but will share what it costs to make a meal, which is between $7.22-$9.22.

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Executive director Christie Melby-Gibbons said, in the beginning, people doubted it would last, but the model has proved to be sustainable for

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Which Cleveland restaurant serves the best corned beef sandwich? Top 7 | St. Patrick’s Day 2021

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Regardless your ancestry, everyone is a bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day – especially here in Northeast Ohio.

With nearly 10 percent of the city’s population claiming to be of Irish decent, and Cleveland being home to the oldest St. Patrick’s Day parade (which is canceled again this year), even the coronavirus pandemic will have a tough time halting some traditions — like the wearin’ of the green and having a hearty corned beef sandwich.

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, we conducted a taste test of corned beef sandwiches from seven Irish hot

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