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  • Ericka A.

    Valerie W. teased me for coming here and said I'm probably the only person who'd seek out and find Polish goodies on a tropical vacation. It's a badge I'm proud to wear. The shit is legit! The shop itself is a bit small, but it's packed with tons of cookies, juices, spices and other favorites from the Eastern Bloc! They have a nice selection of smoked meats and cheeses near the register, too. But the kitchen is what you need to come for! An hour after the shop opens, a small window on the side opens and the kitchen starts churning out some of the best pierogi I've found in the US. I ordered a dozen cheese/potato and a dozen meat. They even have sour cream available there, so I didn't have to stop anywhere before going back to my friends' place and digging in. I know Polish cuisine might be odd in the Keys, but you need to make a stop here!

    (5)
  • Tara L.

    Stopped by to grab some pierogi and was very impressed. You get 6 for $5.49 or mix them for $5.99. We order a couple different ones and they were delicious. They also have a Polish Grocery store attached for fun candies and spices and such.

    (5)
  • Colin M.

    Stumbled across this place while walking to find some Cuban food. It had been a long while since I had true perogies. My impulse visit didn't let me down at all; after fumbling thru broken polish-english, the owner talked me into the 6 pack for starters. Great snack for the pedestrian life of Key West! Oh and yes my sweet tooth bought all kinds of polish chocolate cookies inside their grocery store.

    (5)
  • Amanda B.

    Last year, I found this hidden gem while biking in the morning. I made sure to come back by the next day in the afternoon for lunch. Well hubby and kids were at the beach I slipped away and went to the market first. Upon entering I found veritable smorgasbord of everything Polish that you can imagine and some that I couldn't even. They have lots of fresh sausages and beans and all sorts of exotic can and jarred food types. They also have a great selection of European beers. I purchased the Zwytec. It has great flavor it's not too cold or too hoppy. The people inside are quiet but friendly. After making my purchases at the market I ordered some food for lunch fresh cooked for Okies smothered in onions. Talk about a delicious treat. My husband is a Polish dissent his grandmother actually came from Poland. So he is very specific about he wants a pirogi to taste like. These exceeded expectations and he was absolutely thrilled. This is our second trip to Key West and we made sure to stop in today we bought lots of prototypes to cook back at our resort and we also purchased some fresh sausages and some chocolates for the kids. We also made sure to get a sixpack of that fantastic Polish beer. I highly recommend that you stop in to the Polish market. Let them make you lunch or buy some food and take it back to your room and cook at yourselves for dinner. It is an unexpected gym when you come to the keys thinking that you're going to have lots of just seafood and Corona.

    (5)
  • Marta P.

    I found my people in Key West! Driving down White Street I suddenly noticed Polish flags and giant poster for Zywiec. I HAD TO STOP. I have been searching for Zywiec everywhere in Atlanta and could not find it. This store made me SO happy! I found some of my favorite Polish foods that stopped selling in Atlanta. I stocked up on Zywiec, my favorite pate, some soups, candies, and of course Kabanos. The kabanos they have here is outstanding, it's worth trying. We ate it later on the beach and it was the perfect snack! The store is run by native Poles. I didn't have an opportunity to eat at the cafe window (frankly I was stuffed from my mom's Polish food over the holidays) but the smell was fantastic and I'm sure the food tasted just like home. This is a must stop for me from now on!

    (5)
  • Vinny P.

    First, let me state clearly at the start of my review that this review is ONLY for the take-out food window located on the left side of the porch (to the left of the store's door), and which is open for only considerably shorter hours than the market/store itself. The porch covers the ordering window, and also provides some makeshift stools that allow sitting at nearrow shelves built on the porch railing. I ordered a number of take out items from this place repeatedly across a recent 8-day stay in Key West at a nearby hotel. The menu for the take-out window is quite extensive, and offers quite a few foods from Eastern European countries. The quality of the food is quite good. However, in general, and largely due to the incredibly tiny kitchen space, it takes the staff quite a bit of time to prepare any one food item once it has been ordered, although most of the order window staffers make an effort to provide very accurate estimates regarding how long it will take to prepare the foods that were ordered; wait times of 10, 15, 20 and 25 minutes are not at all unusual, even at times when you are the only customer, and on days when they are crowded, well, wait times can be quite extraordinary! I stayed in Key West and visited this place during the off-season, aka the low season, in August of 2014, and during my 8-day stay in the area, the posted hours (on a large sign mounted on the porch near the take-out window) were stated as 11 AM through at least 7 PM pretty much every day, and these were also the hours that the staffers would recite if asked. The reality was far different, however, perhaps simply because it was the low season for Key West, and in reality, I NEVER found the take-out window open even by 11:30 or 11:40 AM on most days of my stay, and sometimes it was not open even at 12:30 PM or 1 PM. On several of the many days when the take-out window was still not open by about 45 minutes after the posted opening times, I would go inside the little store/market and ask the person at the counter if and when the take-out window was going to actually open. And, each time I did this, the check-out counter person acted a bit surprised, and a bit embarrassed, likely over the fact that the kitchen was not yet open, and then they would invariably grab a nearby cell phone and call someone and jabber in some kind of Eastern European language for about 30 seconds, after which they would put the phone down and tell me that if I were to come back in an hour, I would find the take-out window open, albeit quite belatedly! And yes, when I returned an hour or two later, I always did find the take-out window open! Most of the staff who work at the take-out window are quite helpful and pleasant. There is one exception, an older man who seems to not only have a very hard time understanding even the simplest English-language statements, but also seems to have very poor short-term memory retention, and some other major cognitive difficulties as well. The shop and take-out kitchen would really be doing themselves a major favor by keeping this older man away from any customer interactions at the take-out ordering window, but I suspect that he is part of the family that owns the place, and thus it may be very hard for them to actually put this rule of thumb into practice!

    (4)
  • Christina J.

    What's there not to love! 10 years family owned and operated. Homemade and most tasty. Great polish beer and wine selctions too.

    (5)
  • Allison S.

    Delicious pierogies, friendly service. We loved the market attached to the takeout stand. There are a few benches outside to eat there, but takeout is best. Maybe a little more variety in the pierogies and a little less butter.

    (4)
  • Sandra C.

    Wow. The food was really good! The service was fast. Very inexpensive to boot. It is take away only but we didn't mind. Took our goodies back to our room and watched tv while we enjoyed it. There is a shop as well with a deli counter.

    (5)
  • Johnny D.

    Just getting to know my new neighborhood and came across this gem while bike riding. I pulled together a sandwich from there incredible selection of meats and now I am hooked. Derick, thanks so much for letting me sample my options before I left. Cant' wait to come back again!

    (5)
  • Justin B.

    Very reasonably priced with huge portions...definitely select one dish if by yourself. Sandwiches are big enough for two people and the pierogies are the best I've had. Nice little grocery store too with authentic Polish products. Friendly and fast service.

    (5)
  • Kevin W.

    WOW!! That is all I have to say about this place! My Polish genetics somehow led me right to the window on this joint and I just started working my way through the menu over the course of our vacation. Before going to the Keys, I had my mouth all ready for freash seafood until I happened past this fortunate discovery. Everything is obviously home made. I hope the local community supports this little gem and they are still there on my next trip. These guys know what they are doing in the kitchen!

    (5)
  • Laura E.

    They have wonderful menu with real polish dishes Boczek Myskiwski( hunter bacon ) Combo come with dessert Indoor market has good selection of can goods, sweets, drinks, and sausages. Not your ordinary fare for Key West

    (5)
  • Colin M.

    Stumbled across this place while walking to find some Cuban food. It had been a long while since I had true perogies. My impulse visit didn't let me down at all; after fumbling thru broken polish-english, the owner talked me into the 6 pack for starters. Great snack for the pedestrian life of Key West! Oh and yes my sweet tooth bought all kinds of polish chocolate cookies inside their grocery store.

    (5)
  • Laura E.

    They have wonderful menu with real polish dishes Boczek Myskiwski( hunter bacon ) Combo come with dessert Indoor market has good selection of can goods, sweets, drinks, and sausages. Not your ordinary fare for Key West

    (5)
  • Amanda B.

    Last year, I found this hidden gem while biking in the morning. I made sure to come back by the next day in the afternoon for lunch. Well hubby and kids were at the beach I slipped away and went to the market first. Upon entering I found veritable smorgasbord of everything Polish that you can imagine and some that I couldn't even. They have lots of fresh sausages and beans and all sorts of exotic can and jarred food types. They also have a great selection of European beers. I purchased the Zwytec. It has great flavor it's not too cold or too hoppy. The people inside are quiet but friendly. After making my purchases at the market I ordered some food for lunch fresh cooked for Okies smothered in onions. Talk about a delicious treat. My husband is a Polish dissent his grandmother actually came from Poland. So he is very specific about he wants a pirogi to taste like. These exceeded expectations and he was absolutely thrilled. This is our second trip to Key West and we made sure to stop in today we bought lots of prototypes to cook back at our resort and we also purchased some fresh sausages and some chocolates for the kids. We also made sure to get a sixpack of that fantastic Polish beer. I highly recommend that you stop in to the Polish market. Let them make you lunch or buy some food and take it back to your room and cook at yourselves for dinner. It is an unexpected gym when you come to the keys thinking that you're going to have lots of just seafood and Corona.

    (5)
  • Marta P.

    I found my people in Key West! Driving down White Street I suddenly noticed Polish flags and giant poster for Zywiec. I HAD TO STOP. I have been searching for Zywiec everywhere in Atlanta and could not find it. This store made me SO happy! I found some of my favorite Polish foods that stopped selling in Atlanta. I stocked up on Zywiec, my favorite pate, some soups, candies, and of course Kabanos. The kabanos they have here is outstanding, it's worth trying. We ate it later on the beach and it was the perfect snack! The store is run by native Poles. I didn't have an opportunity to eat at the cafe window (frankly I was stuffed from my mom's Polish food over the holidays) but the smell was fantastic and I'm sure the food tasted just like home. This is a must stop for me from now on!

    (5)
  • Ericka A.

    Valerie W. teased me for coming here and said I'm probably the only person who'd seek out and find Polish goodies on a tropical vacation. It's a badge I'm proud to wear. The shit is legit! The shop itself is a bit small, but it's packed with tons of cookies, juices, spices and other favorites from the Eastern Bloc! They have a nice selection of smoked meats and cheeses near the register, too. But the kitchen is what you need to come for! An hour after the shop opens, a small window on the side opens and the kitchen starts churning out some of the best pierogi I've found in the US. I ordered a dozen cheese/potato and a dozen meat. They even have sour cream available there, so I didn't have to stop anywhere before going back to my friends' place and digging in. I know Polish cuisine might be odd in the Keys, but you need to make a stop here!

    (5)
  • Tara L.

    Stopped by to grab some pierogi and was very impressed. You get 6 for $5.49 or mix them for $5.99. We order a couple different ones and they were delicious. They also have a Polish Grocery store attached for fun candies and spices and such.

    (5)
  • Allison S.

    Delicious pierogies, friendly service. We loved the market attached to the takeout stand. There are a few benches outside to eat there, but takeout is best. Maybe a little more variety in the pierogies and a little less butter.

    (4)
  • Sandra C.

    Wow. The food was really good! The service was fast. Very inexpensive to boot. It is take away only but we didn't mind. Took our goodies back to our room and watched tv while we enjoyed it. There is a shop as well with a deli counter.

    (5)
  • Johnny D.

    Just getting to know my new neighborhood and came across this gem while bike riding. I pulled together a sandwich from there incredible selection of meats and now I am hooked. Derick, thanks so much for letting me sample my options before I left. Cant' wait to come back again!

    (5)
  • Justin B.

    Very reasonably priced with huge portions...definitely select one dish if by yourself. Sandwiches are big enough for two people and the pierogies are the best I've had. Nice little grocery store too with authentic Polish products. Friendly and fast service.

    (5)
  • Kevin W.

    WOW!! That is all I have to say about this place! My Polish genetics somehow led me right to the window on this joint and I just started working my way through the menu over the course of our vacation. Before going to the Keys, I had my mouth all ready for freash seafood until I happened past this fortunate discovery. Everything is obviously home made. I hope the local community supports this little gem and they are still there on my next trip. These guys know what they are doing in the kitchen!

    (5)
  • Vinny P.

    First, let me state clearly at the start of my review that this review is ONLY for the take-out food window located on the left side of the porch (to the left of the store's door), and which is open for only considerably shorter hours than the market/store itself. The porch covers the ordering window, and also provides some makeshift stools that allow sitting at nearrow shelves built on the porch railing. I ordered a number of take out items from this place repeatedly across a recent 8-day stay in Key West at a nearby hotel. The menu for the take-out window is quite extensive, and offers quite a few foods from Eastern European countries. The quality of the food is quite good. However, in general, and largely due to the incredibly tiny kitchen space, it takes the staff quite a bit of time to prepare any one food item once it has been ordered, although most of the order window staffers make an effort to provide very accurate estimates regarding how long it will take to prepare the foods that were ordered; wait times of 10, 15, 20 and 25 minutes are not at all unusual, even at times when you are the only customer, and on days when they are crowded, well, wait times can be quite extraordinary! I stayed in Key West and visited this place during the off-season, aka the low season, in August of 2014, and during my 8-day stay in the area, the posted hours (on a large sign mounted on the porch near the take-out window) were stated as 11 AM through at least 7 PM pretty much every day, and these were also the hours that the staffers would recite if asked. The reality was far different, however, perhaps simply because it was the low season for Key West, and in reality, I NEVER found the take-out window open even by 11:30 or 11:40 AM on most days of my stay, and sometimes it was not open even at 12:30 PM or 1 PM. On several of the many days when the take-out window was still not open by about 45 minutes after the posted opening times, I would go inside the little store/market and ask the person at the counter if and when the take-out window was going to actually open. And, each time I did this, the check-out counter person acted a bit surprised, and a bit embarrassed, likely over the fact that the kitchen was not yet open, and then they would invariably grab a nearby cell phone and call someone and jabber in some kind of Eastern European language for about 30 seconds, after which they would put the phone down and tell me that if I were to come back in an hour, I would find the take-out window open, albeit quite belatedly! And yes, when I returned an hour or two later, I always did find the take-out window open! Most of the staff who work at the take-out window are quite helpful and pleasant. There is one exception, an older man who seems to not only have a very hard time understanding even the simplest English-language statements, but also seems to have very poor short-term memory retention, and some other major cognitive difficulties as well. The shop and take-out kitchen would really be doing themselves a major favor by keeping this older man away from any customer interactions at the take-out ordering window, but I suspect that he is part of the family that owns the place, and thus it may be very hard for them to actually put this rule of thumb into practice!

    (4)
  • Christina J.

    What's there not to love! 10 years family owned and operated. Homemade and most tasty. Great polish beer and wine selctions too.

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 7:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No

Pierogi Polish Market

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