Of course they have kielbasa at Kielbasa Factory, but the name of the market implies limitations. Turns out that this is an essential stop to eat a variety of serious Polish food aside from sausages.
I got the fresh Kielbasa (highly recommended), though the selection of cooked ones is impressive, and they encourage you to taste everything first. With all the tastes they give you, it's almost an eat-in restaurant. Along with the kielbasa, they have a large selection of other meats and cheeses at the deli counter. I got some porchetta which was delicious. They were out of oscypek, but I was told they normally carry it.
I also got a prepared tray of cheese pierogi (excellent, beautiful dough) and a perfect sauerkraut and pork stew in a quart container, a blissful combo.
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