A great place in the city for pierogie – traditional pierogie, gourmet pierogie, and the best pierogie sandwich (the “PK Stacker” – filled with pierogie, kielbasa, kraut and onions on mustard slathered bread):Pierogie sandwich The Pierogie Kitchen PhiladlephiaThey also offer all their pierogie frozen, to go.  We were very impressed with our frozen Philly cheese-steak pierogie – they fried up beautifully, were very tasty, and made a reasonably priced dinner at $13/dozen:

We will definitely bring a cooler and stock up next time!  One caveat: this is primarily a take-out place.  They do have 2 tables outside, so go on a warm day or be prepared to eat in your car.

Location: Roxborough – not far from Germantown, Wissahican (Garnet Collecting Along the Wissahickon Creek), and Woodmere (Woodmere – Telling the Story of Philadelphia’s Art and Artists).

Tobey says: The Philly cheese-steak ones were my favorite (Kathy’s favorite were the jalapeno/cheddar/potato).


Other places in the city for pierogie include The Dinner House (Philly Restaurant Review: The Dinner House (Polish Home Cooking)) and Mom Mom’s, a tiny takeout only spot with amazing pierogie and cabbage rolls at 1505 South Street.