If you’re wondering where that weird little Polish restaurant on Lincoln you liked went, the answer is it’s still there - it just changed names. Formally Warzawa, the place is now called Solidarity and as terrible of a name that is, the place basically hasn’t changed otherwise. It still has the old-school mom and pop charm to cure your soul after another week of hell.
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