restaurants / Eastern European

Lonely Planet review

This Polish place has kept generations of students filled with cheap and hearty fare. The menu features pierogy and meat or cheese blintzes (filled pancake rolls), Polish sausage, potato latkes, or the restaurant’s namesake, mazurkas (potato latkes filled with beef goulash). Make sure to wash it all down with one of Poland’s most famous exports, Zubrowka, a vodka flavored with bison grass. The restaurant is a sprawling place, with nearly 200 seats over four levels and paintings from the Old Country on the walls.