Dance a polka and drink Polish beer while you celebrate at the annual Polish Festival in San Diego. The 3-day event takes place in Pacific Beach and features great Polish food, drink, and entertainment. Admission is just $5.
You may come to the festival hungry, but you won't leave hungry! The menu features plenty of filling Polish food. Try a full Polish dinner plate or sample individual items. There'll be Polish sausage, pierogies, and golabki, plus hunters stew, borscht with dumplings, and tripe soup. Leave room for desserts including the Polish-style donut called paczki, cookies, and delicate pastry. Of course the menu offers great Polish beer like Okocim and Zywiec.
Settle back into your seat for an afternoon of Polish entertainment. Performers include Polish folk dance troupes wearing colorful costumes and folk and modern music from Poland and other eastern Europeans nations.
Explore San Diego's Other Cultures
Poland is just one of the many cultures that make up modern San Diego. Discover the other cultures that are part of our heritage at attractions around town, like Old Town San Diego, where the Mexican origins of our city are still vibrant, and Little Italy, featuring genuine tastes of the Old Country. Like the Pacific Beach neighborhood hosting the Polish Festival, all of these sites are within easy reach of The Dana on Mission Bay, located on San Diego's beautiful waterfront. Click here to make your reservation.