(publish on Saturday, Nov. 21)
BAY CITY, MI — Bay City’s iconic Krzysiak’s House is the place to go for Polish fare and comfort food.
The restaurant, located at 1605 Michigan Ave., serves up plenty of Polish sausage and kraut, pierogi, Polish meatballs, goulash, honey fried chicken and more. It’s also known for paczki and makes several thousand of the filled doughnuts for Fat Tuesday, also known as “paczki day,” each year.
The restaurant, which normally offers a buffet, will be open for takeout only during the state health department’s three-week epidemic order, which took effect Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Krzysiak’s House new takeout menu features pierogi, onion rings, deep-fried pickles, honey fried chicken, walleye, cod, a bacon burger, frog legs, goulash, cabbage roll, Coney dogs and more. Find Krzysiak House Restaurant on Facebook to see the complete menu.
It’s regular menu also usually includes chicken noodle soup, a homemade duck blood soup known as czarnina, beef liver and onions, fresh lake perch, and a Polish grinder, homemade Polish sausage smothered with cheese, onions and mushrooms.
In one year, Krzysiak’s House uses 25,000 pounds of homemade egg noodles, 175,000 gallons of chicken noodle soup, 225,000 pounds of fresh chicken, 200,000 pounds of fresh potatoes, and 35,000 pounds of homemade sausage, according to www.krzysiaks.com.
Krzysiak’s House is open for takeout from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Visit www.krzysiaks.com or call 989-894-5531 for more information.
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