If you read the full story about our Founder’s journey to NYC, you will remember about the huge role and historic moment she had at this traditional Polish restaurant in Williamsburg, called Dziupla.
Making a long story short and putting into perspective for those who haven’t yet read our Founder,’s Fê Paronetto, story, this Polish restaurant in Williamsburg has a fundamental significance in her life. It was the place she was having lunch on April 20th, 2014 and actually had the 1st strong insight saying to her sister that she’d be living in NYC in 1 year.
(The last two pictures in the gallery above were taken on this exact day, back in 2014!)
So…exactly 365 days after this lunch, on April 20th, 2015 she arrived in NYC! It wasn’t till 2016, through Facebook memories that she say the entire date “coincidences”.
Anyway, this Polish restaurant in Williamsburg, called Dziupla (pronounced jou-pla), opened mid March of 2014. It was just a few weeks before Fê discovered it and decided to sit down for a lunch that would change the course of her life.
That day, Fê ordered Duck Crepe with caramelized apples, smoked polish cheese, cranberry chipotle relish, made out of gluten-free flour and a side salad. OBS: She had still not gone Vegetarian!
Her sister had the the Grass Fed Beef Burger with tomatoes, grilled onion, lettuce, spicy mayo, fries and salsa, served with hand cut french fries and greens.
For dessert they did not spare calories! Hahaha! They ordered the classic Polish Pychotka with chocolate ice cream! Yum!
A few of the dishes you should also try are:
- Potato pancake with goulash stuffed with grass feed beef goulash and sauerkraut
- Stuffed cabbage lunch with tomato sauce, mashed potatoes and beets salad
- Hunter stew and mashed potatoes
- Any of the Pierogies – a super typical Polish dish
Yup, as we said, they really are a traditional Polish restaurant in Williamsburg!
The interesting part their menu is that the hanger steak is grass fed, the boar is wild and the chicken is “Amish farm raised.”
They have a great outdoor seating area right on the famous Bedford Street, so try and sit outside and experience a bit of “people-watching”. Certainly interesting in this neighborhood!
They serve breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, so you’ll surely find the right occasion to go there!
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Monday – Wednesday: 7:30am – 11pm
Thursday – Friday: 7:30am – 12am
Saturday: 9am – 12am
Sunday: 9am – 11pm
Location: 194 Bedford Avenue
Photo Credit: ©Behind the Scenes NYC and Courtesy of Dziupla
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*