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Polish Favorites to Find a Home at Pierogi Village

Boiled and fried pierogi, plus European dishes

Plates of pierogis, Polish sausage, an open face sandwich and botszacz soup at the future Pierogi Village.
Pierogi Village
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Expanding from its shuttered origins at the Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet, Pierogi Village is preparing to debut a menu of house-made Polish and European favorites just north of the Summerlin border.

Previously known as the Pierogi Cafe, the new casual restaurant will take over 1,500 square feet at the Big Lots-anchored South Shores Shopping Center, close to the intersection of Rampart and Lake Mead Boulevards.

The original westside space was open for lunch and dinner, decorated with Polish souvenirs and mementos, serving a menu featuring botszacz, a deep red beet soup, open Polish sausage sandwiches topped with mozzarella cheese, and grilled sausage hot dogs.

Alongside seasonal specialties and desserts including its paczki, filled doughnuts, the pierogi options were the main attraction, available boiled,or fried and created with meat, potato, cheese, and onion; sauerkraut and mushroom; spinach and feta; and fruit fillings.

An estimated opening date, or future operating hours have not been released.

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8540 W. Lake Mead Blvd., Las Vegas, NNV 89128 Visit Website

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