One might ask, “What is Hipster Polish Food in America?” Well, I just invented this term after visiting my favorite Polish cafe in Brooklyn – Zabka.

What is Hipster Polish Food in America? - one may ask. Well, I proudly invented this term after visiting my favorite Polish cafe in Brooklyn - Zabka. Zabka is an Eastern European Coffee Lounge in Brooklyn. Here you can taste the famous Polish pierogies, eggs with kielbasa, smoked salmon, and country beef. The cafe is popular among hipsters of the area. Not only the food in Zabka tastes well (the owner of the cafe himself crafts the authentic dishes by himself), but the place is filled with good vibes. One can easily notice how much the owner of this place cares about his cafe keeping it in a perfect condition. Outstanding reviews on Yelp (4.5 stars out of 5) is just additional proof of my statement. Polish food in such a format seems to become more and more popular, and below is the list of 5 things you probably didn't know about Hipster Polish Food in America. Hipster Polish Food in America: Perfect Alternative to Starbucks Oftentimes, Starbucks is full of tourists (especially in large cities like New York). Unlike the famous coffee shops, Polish cafes are not that packed. Oftentimes, Polish places are spacious and they have a better interior. Hipster Polish Food in America: Coffee is Cheap Most Polish places in the United States are cheap. At Zabka, for instance, the largest cup of coffee costs $3 (great Colombian coffee full of aroma). The same size of coffee in Starbucks is $3.65. Hipster Polish Food in America: Music and Shows In order to attract more customers and make them feel comfortable, owners of Polish cafes organize events in their places. Not only you enjoy your cappuccino and pierogies for a relatively low price, but oftentimes you become a witness of some really cool Indies show with live music and cheer. Back then, when I lived in Belarus, I used to eat a lot of Polish food. I was a type of food I consumed on a weekly basis. It's the taste of my childhood. That's probably another reason why I feel so great every time I visit a Polish cafe.
Polish cafe Zabka in Brooklyn, New York

Zabka is an Eastern European Coffee Lounge in Brooklyn. Here you can taste traditional Polish pierogies, eggs with kielbasa, smoked salmon, and country beef. The cafe is popular among hipsters of the area.

What is Hipster Polish Food in America? - one may ask. Well, I proudly invented this term after visiting my favorite Polish cafe in Brooklyn - Zabka. Zabka is an Eastern European Coffee Lounge in Brooklyn. Here you can taste the famous Polish pierogies, eggs with kielbasa, smoked salmon, and country beef. The cafe is popular among hipsters of the area. Not only the food in Zabka tastes well (the owner of the cafe himself crafts the authentic dishes by himself), but the place is filled with good vibes. One can easily notice how much the owner of this place cares about his cafe keeping it in a perfect condition. Outstanding reviews on Yelp (4.5 stars out of 5) is just additional proof of my statement. Polish food in such a format seems to become more and more popular, and below is the list of 5 things you probably didn't know about Hipster Polish Food in America. Hipster Polish Food in America: Perfect Alternative to Starbucks Oftentimes, Starbucks is full of tourists (especially in large cities like New York). Unlike the famous coffee shops, Polish cafes are not that packed. Oftentimes, Polish places are spacious and they have a better interior. Hipster Polish Food in America: Coffee is Cheap Most Polish places in the United States are cheap. At Zabka, for instance, the largest cup of coffee costs $3 (great Colombian coffee full of aroma). The same size of coffee in Starbucks is $3.65. Hipster Polish Food in America: Music and Shows In order to attract more customers and make them feel comfortable, owners of Polish cafes organize events in their places. Not only you enjoy your cappuccino and pierogies for a relatively low price, but oftentimes you become a witness of some really cool Indies show with live music and cheer. Back then, when I lived in Belarus, I used to eat a lot of Polish food. I was a type of food I consumed on a weekly basis. It's the taste of my childhood. That's probably another reason why I feel so great every time I visit a Polish cafe.
Inside Polish cafe Zabka (white man behind the counter is the owner)

Not only does the food in Zabka taste well (the cafe owner himself crafts the authentic dishes), but the place is filled with good vibes. One can easily notice the clean and comfortable condition of the place. An outstanding Yelp rating, 4.5 stars out of 5, is just additional proof of the aforementioned statement. Polish food in such a format seems to become more and more popular. Below is the list of 5 things you might want to learn about Hipster Polish Food in America.

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Bagel with smoked salmon at Zabka

Hipster Polish Food in America: Alternative to Starbucks

Oftentimes, Starbucks is full of tourists. This is especially true in large cities like New York. Polish cafes are full of space and comfort. They also have a better interior.

Hipster Polish Food in America: Coffee is Cheap

Most Polish places in the United States are cheap. At Zabka, for instance, the largest cup of coffee costs $3 (high-quality Colombian coffee). The same size of coffee in Starbucks is $3.65.

Hipster Polish Food in America: Music and Shows

Oftentimes, in order to attract more customers and make them feel comfortable, owners of Polish cafes can organize events in their places. Not only can you enjoy your cappuccino and pierogies for a relatively low price, but you become a witness of some really cool Indie show with cheer and live music.

Back in the days when I lived in Belarus, I ate a lot of Polish food on a weekly basis. Polish food is the taste of my childhood. I always feel great when I visit Zabka or any other Polish cafe.

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Picture of me at Zabka

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