Paul Zakopane-Harnas Restaurant is little Logan Square storefront restaurant serving up Polish food at low prices. This modest place, which opened in 1990, is decorated with little folk items from Poland's southern mountain region. The ambience is not outstanding but the food is good. Although Paul Zakopane-Harnas Restaurant is open for breakfast, this place is busiest during lunch and dinner. And, as at many Polish restaurants, you can't go wrong with the soups here. Served steamy hot, they are perfect on one of Chicago's cold, windy days. There is also a bar with six stools in the back.