Local Restaurant Named National Food Destination


Pierogies Plus was named a national food destination spot by USAToday.com.


“…it will be hard for newcomers to beat out Pierogies Plus, a veteran restaurant housed in a converted gas station that employs cooks who have been honing their pierogie-making craft for 30 years or longer. Pierogies Plus offers traditional styles stuffed with potato, cheese, sauerkraut and meat, as well as options that appeal to contemporary tastes, like jalapeño-potato, sweet cottage cheese and apricot.”

Although many residents throughout greater Pittsburgh know the name, few realize that Pierogis Plus is actually located in McKees Rocks. Situated on Island Avenue, after exiting left off of the McKees Rocks Bridge, Pierogis Plus is often named the best spot for Pittsburgh’s favorite Polish dish. Little known fact – Martha Stewart once sampled the pierogis on a visit to the city, and her thank you letter to the owner hangs on the wall inside!