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Choose from Four Options
- $9 for $20 worth of Polish food and drinks, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $18 for $40 worth of Polish food and drinks for four or more, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $10 for $20 worth of Polish food and drinks, valid Friday or Saturday
- $20 for $40 worth of Polish food and drinks for four or more, valid Friday or Saturday
The menu includes traditional Polish bigos—a cabbage and meat stew ($5.95)—chicken ($9.95), or pork-loin schnitzel ($9.25), as well as housemade white or smoked red kielbasa ($9.25) and the Lounge burger topped with blue cheese and caramelized onions ($8.75).
Amid the lively Kinga’s Lounge, owner Kinga Klek regularly rolls up her sleeves and tends to the full bar and kitchen, working beside a family of staffers as they construct traditional Polish cuisine from scratch. The chefs turn fresh ingredients into authentic dishes, such as stews, schnitzels, and pierogis, while bartenders help diners navigate the staggering menu of Polish beers and vodkas.
Inside the lounge’s dining area, a full-wall mural interrupts a red-and-white color scheme as light from chandeliers dapples ornate wood furnishings. Leather armchairs cradle patrons upstairs, who can carry their merrymaking downstairs to Kinga’s Basement, an equally spirited watering hole where exposed-brick walls stand sentinel under arches and pillars. Festivities spill over to the outdoor patio, enclosed by verdant foliage and strings of lights that crisscross the al fresco space in a foolish attempt to make their way east to become one with the sun. A full schedule of events, including a live DJ on weekends and a comedy showcase on Sunday evenings, keeps revelers reveling.
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