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Kasia’s Deli


Ukrainian Village

$$$$Perfect For:Serious Take-Out Operation
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Yes, you can get it in grocery stores, but we prefer our Kasia’s straight from the source, meaning the little Polish deli in Ukrainian Village. If you were one of the billion people who watched The Bear last summer, this place is responsible for the pierogies Sydney eats on her Chicago food crawl. Those dumplings were from Kasia’s, and they are the best in the city. Along with beef-filled, they have specials like potato jalapeño, and very good versions of borscht and beef stew. Get it to-go, or sit at one of their little tables.

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