Ann Arbor Paczki Day Guide:
Voted #1 in Ann Arbor for his famous paczki, Polish Chefs Paul, Bartek and Marylka are at it again!
Celebrate Paczki Day & International Womans Day on march 8th in AMADEUS.
Complimentary paczki with lunch or dinner entree.
Call for reservations.
Copernicus European Delicatessen
617 S Main St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
1305 Washtenaw Rd,
375 North Maple Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Store Hours 8am – 10pm Everyday
Main Tel 734.827.5000
Articles on Paczkis
Paczki Day is just a few days away. Get ready for a lot of fun
By Charles Sercombe, The Hamtramck Review
Have we forgotten anything? Oh yeah, where can you purchase paczki? Here’s where you can get the real deal:
New Deluxe Bakery, 11920 Conant, (313) 892-8165
New Palace Bakery, 9833 Jos. Campau, (313) 875-1334
New Martha Washington Bakery, 10335 Jos. Campau, (313) 872-1988
Detroit Donut, 9101 Jos. Campau, (313) 873-9000
Family Donut, 11300 Conant, (313) 368-9214
Stan’s Market, 11325 Jos. Campau, (313) 365-1165
Bozek’s, 3317 Caniff, (313) 369-0600
Srodek’s on Conant, 11936 Conant, (313) 893-1085
Srodek’s Sausage, 9601 Jos. Campau, (313) 871-8080
Polish Market, 10200 Jos. Campau, (313) 873-6110
Food Detective: Perfecting paczki:
By David Hammond, Chicago Sun Times
If you eat jelly doughnuts, you’ve eaten something like paczki (pronounced pohnch-key).
The Polish pastry is traditionally enjoyed on Fat Thursday (tomorrow!), a few days before Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras – an indulgent snack before a period of abstinence.
Dobra Bielinski owns and operates Delightful Pastries, a Polish-influenced bakery with three locations – 5927 W. Lawrence, 1710 N. Wells and at the Chicago French Market in the Loop.
Signs of Spring: Paczki and kale:
by Kim Bayer, Ann Arbor.com
Over at Zingerman’s, it’s time to make the donuts as Fat Tuesday leisurely approaches. I heard from Amy Emberling, managing partner at the Bakehouse, that this year for the first time, they’re taking orders for paczki — those delicious Polish deep fried dough balls. They’ll be filled with flavors including traditional plum and rose hip (mmm!), and also raspberry, vanilla pastry cream and cream cheese.
Of course Copernicus Deli in South Main Market will have paczki too — they bring in thousands, usually from a bakery in Hamtramck. But since it is a religious holiday being observed, I say, we should consider the path of virtue and the many reasons to eat our crucifers.
Where Can I Find Paczki in Chicago?
By Center Stage Chicago staff
So if you want to add these pastries to your Mardi Gras celebrations, here’s a list of bakeries in the Chicago area serving these Polish treats.