1550 William St
Buffalo, NY 14206
(716) 895-1404

While you’re out around town checking off the buttered lamb on your Easter shopping list, stop into the Slavic Bazzar and discover an array of traditional European meats, fish and other delectable treats.

Located near the corner of William and Bailey St., the neat shelves at the Slavic Bazzar are lined with jellies, salsas, dried goods and candies. In the freezer you can find a wide assortment of pierogi with fillings that range from the standby potato and cheddar, to mushroom, cottage cheese or even cherry. At the counter, smoked fish and sausages are equally enticing. Slavic Bazzar features a lunch menu that you can sit down and enjoy in their eatery or simply do your shopping and take it all home.

For my own dinner, I chose the Polish sausage with onions, a spicy red pepper salad and potato and cheddar pierogi. The pierogi, which are made in-house, had more filling than any other I’ve had, making them both flavorful and unique. The sausage was cooked to crispy perfection and well complimented by the side salad. It’s an inexpensive and delicious dinner for one or a traditional addition to your family’s Easter table. While you’re out running your holiday errands, stop into the Slavic Bazzar for a bite to eat and a few items on your list. And yes, the even have the buttered lamb.