Where can I get Paczki (polish jelly donuts) in Boston or Camberville?
So freaking good. They still have a dozen or so left. I wish they made them at least twice a year!
Euromart on Dot Ave in the Polish Triangle is my personal favorite spot. It's proper Polish in there. The cashiers speak to you in Polish by default.
I saw them a couple of weeks ago at the Stop and Shop on Farwell Street in Watertown. I imagine they'd also have them at Baltic Deli near Andrew Square in Southie.
I saw four of them in one lonely package sitting all by itself on a table at the Humongo Star in Dedham the other day.
Never having been a big fan of Donettes or Entemann's, I'd venture to say that timeliness is crucial when it comes to anything doughnut-like--I wouldn't want one of these things after they'd been sitting in a package. Even a mid-morning doughnut is a leaden ghost of its former glorious self.
... The store between Watertown St and California Street (Newton Line), and the one between Pleasant Street and Farwell Street (Waltham Line) have been stocking them regularly. Warrior Girl prefers the Bavarian Cream :)
DJ's Market on Boston Street & Euromart on Dot Ave - Both have more to offer & are worth the trip!
I second DJ's Market (120 Boston St). The sugared donuts and the house made fresh kielbasa are amazing.
Shaw's in Porter Square usually has them.
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