This neighborhood Polish restaurant in the Montclare area offers a menu chock full of traditional dishes, with a few American options thrown in. Pull up a chair in the warm, modern dining room accented with exposed brick and red walls and try some golabki (cabbage rolls filled with ground beef, rice, onions and black pepper) or gulasz poznanski (goulash with pork, onions, red and green peppers, mushrooms and tomato, served with potato dumplings). Various hearty chicken, veal, pork, beef and fish entrees, appetizers ranging from Buffalo wings to white sausage, and a selection of desserts round out the menu. Craving a tequila sunrise with those pierogi? The bar offers a wide range of (somewhat head-scratching) choices.