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Zagloba in Copiague for Pierogi and other Polish Food

Paul Trapani | Dec 21, 201712:18 PM    

Stopped in here recently looking for something comforting to eat. I had gone to Bozena a few times for pierogies and such, but it's closed now. This place is a different vibe. It's a cheerful polish bar that serves food. We had potato pierogi and cabbage and mushroom pierogies both delicious and comforting. Also ordered golabki (stuffed cabbage), the cabbage was a bit al dente, but sauce and filling were great, I would try it again. They also have a menu full of weird french bread pizza concoctions.

Zagloba Polish Bar & Restaurant - Copiague, NY

Specialties: Our business specialize in great, traditional Polish food, amazing and strong drinks and delicious beer!

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Zagloba Polish Bar & Restaurant
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