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Karczma

Map & Directions 136 Greenpoint Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11222
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718-349-1744
  • Polish
  • Sun 12pm-10pm, Mon-Thu 12pm-10:30pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-11:30pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Necessary
  • No Parking, Street

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Village Voice's Description

Start your meal with "peasant lard," a pool of semi-liquid fat dotted with bacon -- it goes better on the rye bread than butter, and it's healthier, too. Karczma ("Old Country Farm House") does its best to resemble a Polish farm, and all the old standards like grilled kielbasy, goulash, and pierogi are done with a little extra oomph! (and at a slightly elevated price), but examine the menu carefully to identify dishes that constitute a kind of haute Polish cuisine, including an excellent grilled fresh ham that was first marinated in white wine, and an appetizer of asparagus wrapped with the kind of great Polish ham they still smoke in Greenpoint.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Jay on 03/27/11

    Try the Polish food.

  • Serious Eats on 06/10/13

    Of all the Polish restaurants in Greenpoint, Karczma may have the whackiest design, treading close to theme restaurant territory. But its huge menu of comfort food is consistently well-executed.

  • Ahmad B. on 04/17/12

    Jesus christ im so fat and drunk i cant even move. So cheap

  • Bill on 11/23/11

    Can't go wrong at this place. It rocks!

  • Candy S. on 04/25/13

    Food is so good and cheap! Hunter stew is awesome!!! Nice expiration too love this place!

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  • Bacon has been made in America since colonial times by curing and smoking pork belly. Yanks prefer what the Brits... More on Best Bacon »

  • Karczma is an upscale Polish restaurant done up to look like a farm. The grilled fresh ham is the best entrĂ©e on the... More on Polish »

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