ANSONIA - On Saturday September 9th at 6pm Warszawa Restaurant opened its doors to a full crowd. The owner, Michael Dembowski has hired 6 full time employees. The restaurant is located at 350 Main Street and occupies approximately 1800 s.f. of space. Warszawa even has a piano and dance floor for dining entertainment.
“We are excited about the first Polish restaurant in the Valley," Mayor David Cassetti. "The food is superb and we are hoping that Ansonia residents and neighboring towns will stop in for dinner. It is a nice complement to our Polish deli Europol Deli and Gifts located on the same side of Main Street. Main Street is becoming a dining destination for Ansonia and the Valley. We hope to attract visitors from all over who want variety.”
“There is a lot of activity in downtown and a lot happening," said Corporation Counsel John Marini. "These restaurants are drawing much needed foot traffic into the downtown and that’s good news for Ansonia.”
The restaurant serves traditional Polish fare such as blintzes and a polish platter which consists of pierogis, galumpkies, and blintzs and is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 11am – 9:30pm, Thursday – Saturday from 11:00am – 10pm and on Sunday from 12pm – 9pm.
Marini said the new restaurant is one of many developments occurring on Main Street, including, a new Thai restaurant which will be opening soon, Massamino’s new construction project which will consist of a restaurant and catering venue (new construction on Main Street hasn’t happened since the ‘90’s).
The purchase and sale of the site adjacent to Target for the redevelopment of a big box store and restaurant is forthcoming. Road Ready is preparing to open, Fitzpatrick’s Chrysler Jeep Dealership is in middle of a million dollar expansion, LuLu Pazza Italiano is also about to open in the old Antonio’s location with a multi-million dollar renovation and Ansonia is preparing for the sale of the ATP/Palmer buildings.(This is a press release from Ansonia City Hall)