Food Vendor Information


Welcome to the first “A REAL POLISH AMERICAN FESTIVAL” in Toledo Ohio! The festival will take place May 18, 19, and 20, 2018. It is being hosted by Club 16 which is located on King Road between Angola and Hill Ave. in Holland Ohio. Hours Friday- 4 to 11PM, Saturday – 10 AM to 11 PM and Sunday, 10AM – 5 PM.

Makers and producers of handmade arts, crafts, nonprofit organizations, and food vendors are encouraged to apply for booths.  We are especially looking for vendors that can tailor their crafts to include Polish themed items.

Download vendor information and application here.

2018 Food Vendors

Brandywine Country Club

A taste of Polish heaven with Lamb Chops, Corn on the cob or Kielbasa wrapped in a bun served with kapusta. It will be hard to decide what to order!


Carolyn’s Personalized Catering

Get treated with gourmet Polish foods like kurczak I pierogi (chicken and dumplings), polskie klopsiki, (Polish meatballs), and polskie pieczony ziemniak, (special Polish treat)


New Palace Bakery

Smaczniego! Straight from Hamtramck! All the Polish goodies you dream of – Kolaczki, Chrusciki, Almond & Poppy seed rolls, and a lot of other mouth-watering pastries and breads.


KL Katering

You all know how delicious Polish wedding chicken is and we selected the best of the best. Kay will be serving her chicken along with Placek (Sweet Bread), and Kapusta (Cabbage).


Pierogi Rig (Polish Food Truck)

From Chicago, the very best in Polish food: Kielbasa, Golumpki (Stuffed Cabbage), Nalesniki (Polish Crepes), and of course, Pierogi. It doesn’t get any more Polish than the Pierogi Rig.



One of Toledo’s best known restaurants will be serving Kielbasa Sliders at our Festival along with Waffle Fries, Fried Pickles (Smazone pikle), and Baby Back Ribs. Don’t think for a moment they aren’t Polish…and American!


Ski’s Restaurant (Sweet Sauerkraut Balls)

Direct from the old Ski’s restaurant. These sweet sauerkraut balls are sooo good – they even won the Ohio State Food Contest for best new item.


Toledo Poznan Alliance (Potato Pancakes)

Call them what you want – (Lattkes or Placki Ziemniaczane) In English they’re “Potato Pancakes” and they are smaczniego (Polish for delicious) made with love from our Polish Partner – The Toledo Poznan Alliance.


Nanny’s Nutty Treats

From Bremen Indiana. It wouldn’t be a festival without the smell of roasted nuts in the air. Get your candies almonds, pecans, and walnuts here!


For more information about the festival or to inquire about becoming a vendor please email us at gro.lavitsefhsilopodelot@ofni‎.