Sokolowski's University Inn
- General Info:
- Established in 1923, Sokolowski's University Inn is one Cleveland's oldest family-owned and -operated restaurants. Sokolowski's of Tremont in Cleveland has catered their Polish restaurant to the working man and business person for over 87 years. Specializing in Polish and Eastern European cuisine, this Cleveland Ohio ethnic / Polish restaurant has offered the type of ethnic Polish food that fits the taste of visitors to Cleveland, Ohio.
- Payment method:
- mastercard, amex, debit, discover, visa
- Restaurants, American Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: American, Eastern European, European, German, Continental, Omelets
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 2/20/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have eaten at many restaurants in North America and would have to say that Sokolowski's is at or near the top. i have to wholeheartedly disagree with carnie 777 on his or her review. To say that the portions are small or the pricing is high is ludicris. Smoked kielbasa is a sausage that can only be prepared by steam cooking it or by bringing it to a boil in water. How else to you prepare Smoked Kielbasa? You can't fry it or the skin will toughen. Their pierogi's are award winning. The atmosphere can't be beat and the owners are the best. Don't let one review by someone who was having a bad day stir you in the wrong direction about Sokolowski's. Oh did I mention they are in their 86th year in business. i guess they have to be doing something right to survive in one of the toughest businesses to be in. Keep up the awesome job guys and see you when I'm in town again.....
Posted: 1/4/2009Provided by Citysearch -
After seein this place on a travel channel show, I was dying to go. Wow, was I wrong! The keilbasa is boiled and didn't even remind me of keilbasa, the peirogie were literally floating in a thick layer of fat and grease, and the macaroni and cheese tasted like it was from a frozen box!! The portion was not that large, and it was $10!! Who are these people that really think this place is that great? Go to the market instead and get some unique lunch there for the same price...
Posted: 4/3/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is not a place you're likely to just wander by accidentally. I walked from the Ohio City RTA station. Not a bad strategy since I felt I needed to walk off some of the caloric intake afterwards. Know that going in. This is not health food. It's not fancy. It's not romantic. It's just really good, affordable stick to the ribs kind of food. I was looking for brats and pierogies, and that's what I got...for a little bit more than I would've paid for fast food.