We perfectly prepare these polish pastries called Paczkis (pronounced poonch-key), fresh every day. This delicious, mouth watering treat can be hard to find and is only available for a few weeks each year. Paczkis have been enjoyed since the middle ages. Traditionally, they were prepared prior to Fat Tuesday, to use up the flour, eggs, sugar and fruit left in the kitchen that is off limits during lent. Today, we carry on this tasty tradition in our own bakeries with fresh made Paczkis in a variety of flavors and fillings. Hurry in. Just a few weeks and then they are gone!

Can you pack away more paczkis in 2 minutes than any of your friends?
Keep an eye on our events page for upcoming Paczki eating contests!