Feast On Handmade Pierogies At Lion Bridge Brewing Company In Iowa

Ah, pierogis – those pillowy Polish dumplings filled with classic fillings like potato, onion, cheese, or sauerkraut – or experimental fillings like loaded baked potato or even sweet treats. However, these delights are surprisingly few and far between in Iowa, especially at restaurants. Iowa does not have any dedicated Polish restaurants, but pierogis have snuck their way onto several menus around the state. The best pierogis in Iowa may be found at Lion Bridge Brewing Company, a unique brewpub in Cedar Rapids in the heart of Czech Village. While it mostly sells a classic American menu, some of those old European touches have found their way onto the menu – and you’ll be glad you sat down for a meal and a drink here.

Have you visited the Lion Bridge Brewing Company in Cedar Rapids? Tell us about your meal, and your pick for the best Pierogis in Iowa in the comments section! If you’re planning to visit, you can see what’s on offer on the restaurant’s website and Facebook page. And while you’re in the village, why not head right next door to the last old-school Czech bakery in Iowa?

Address: Lion Bridge Brewing Co., 59 16th Ave SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, USA

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