I’ve always wanted to try this Polish restaurant in Greenpoint, where they dress up in old-school traditional Polish folk outfits. The waitresses look hot (check out their online gallery). There were violinists playing what sounded like old folk songs, but sort of indie rock. I think it was too loud for Todd. And also a well full of money. I loved this place. Reminds me of Epcot.
Todd got White Borcht and White Kielbasa. Both good. I got the Plate of Polish Specialties (Pierogis, Potato Pancakes, Polish Kielbasa, Hunter’s Stew and Stuffed Cabbage $12.50). The Stuffed Cabbage was some of the best I’ve had. I was so stuffed.
Karczma Polish Restaurant – 136 Greenpoint Ave (btwn Franklin & Manhattan Ave) Brooklyn, NY 11222