Food & Drink

Food&Drink IconWe provide a variety of delicious Polish traditional dishes and desserts.

You will find food booths and our beer garden outside at the Mural Amphitheater. Desserts, coffee, tea and soft drinks are served in the Armory.



Sponsored in part by Koło Pań/Polish Women’s Club of the Polish Home Association, Seattle

Polski talerz
(Polish platter:  kiełbasa, gołąbek (cabbage roll), 2 meat pierogi, 2 ruski pierogi (potato & cheese), sauerkraut salad, and bread)

Placki ziemniaczane (Potato pancakes:  choice of plain, with sour cream or apple sauce)

Pierogi (Polish dumpling  with meat,  potato & cheese or sauerkraut & mushroom  filling)

Placki ziemniaczane z gulaszem (Potato pancakes with beef stew)

Gołąbki (Cabbage rolls  filled with minced meat, chopped onions, and rice)

Zupa ogórkowa (Pickle soup, zesty and delicious staple of Polish cuisine)

Barszcz Ukraiński (Vegetarian version of beets soup served with sour cream and bread)

Bigos (Traditional Hunter’s Stew, made from variety of meats, cabbage, mushrooms and wine, served with bread)

Kiełbasa (Grilled sausage on a bun with ketchup/mustard)

Kaszanka (Traditional blood sausage served with fried onions, mustard and bread)

The Polish Festival food booth requires tickets which can be purchased at the festival from the outdoor ticket booths. Cash and credit cards accepted.

Water and soda = $2 (2 bottles = $3)
Food prices range from = $6$15
Beer garden beverages = $6

by Sebi’s Bistro, a family owned and operated restaurant located on Eastlake Ave. in Seattle.

Bigos (Hunter’s stew) traditional meat and cabbage stew served with kielbasa and rye bread

Grilled Kielbasa – smoked sausage on a bun 

Grilled Kaszanka – blood sausage served with bread

Zapiekanka – an open-face sandwich made of half of a baguette topped with soutéed white mushrooms, covered with melted cheese.

Cash and credit cards accepted.


supplied by Browar Polska Inc., Seattle 

Imported Polish beer including Zywiec, Okocim and more, along with a selection of Pacific Northwest wines.

Tickets required and can be purchased in the Beer Garden.







Serving a variety of baked goods near the Mural Amphitheater.  Viola’s will be accepting cash and credit cards.





Sponsored in part by Koło Pań/Polish Women’s Club of the Polish Home Association, Seattle

pączki (Polish doughnuts filled with confiture or other sweet filling)
and a variety of
ciasto (pastries)
(inside the Armory)