Pierogi Palace's Bourbon Chicken Pierogi — The West 25th spot gives the pasta purse a Southern cuisine twist.
The Pierogi Lady's Corned Beef and Cabbage Pierogi — The roaming Pierogi Lady delivers family-inspired dishes at pop-ups around town.
Olesia's Place's Pierogies Sampler — From portobello mushrooms to bacon, you get to try all best toppings with this sampler.
The Little Polish Diner's Parma Mix Plate — Simply named "a plate," this variety dish of pillowy puffs feature cottage cheese, cabbage and more.
Market Garden Brewery's Pierogies and Chorizo — Eastern European fare goes south of the border with the West 25th brewery's smoked chorizo stuffed pierogi.
100th Bomb Group's Short Rib Pierogies — This short rib-stuffed 'rogi on Brookpark Road is like an Eastern European empanada.
Jukebox's Buffalo Chickpea Pierogi — The Hingetown bar delivers a delicious, vegan kick in its house-made pierogi.
Bold Food & Drink's Cheddar Pierogies with Spicy Espelette Shrimp Corn Cruda — This Cleveland eatery puts a Latin seafood spin on the Eastern European classic.
Perla Pierogies' Sweet Cottage Chese Pierogi — Parma's the place for traditional Polish, and to those in the know, the sweet cottage cheese, not potato, is the OG filling.
The South Side's Fried Mac and Cheese Piergogi — The stoner version of the pierogi, full of fried mac 'n' cheese, can be found in Tremont.
Rudy's Strudel And Bakery's Apricot Pierogi — The pierogi takes a sweeter turn at this classic Parma pierogi shop.
Chow Chow At The Parkview's Deep-Fried Pierogies — A drop in the fryer takes the Polish puff to a deep-fried next level of perfection.
Buckeye Beer Engine's Dessert Pierogi — This deep-fried masterpiece, served as pumpkin pie, peaches 'n' cream or apple, is our kind of dessert.
Pierogi Joe's Dawg Pound Chili Pierogies — Two Cleveland legends, the Browns and the pierogi, meet up in a beer-infused chili delight at this food truck.
Urban Farmer's Rabbit and Duck Pierogi — The local-focused downtown steakhouse takes the pierogi up a notch by adding duck and rabbit.
Pierogies of Cleveland's Chicken Paprikash Pierogi — With more than 30 varieties, it's hard to pick a favorite, but the chicken paprikash pierogi keeps us coming back to the Middleburg Heights and Richfield spots.
Der Braumeister Restaurant's Sauerkraut Pieorgies — The Lorain Avenue German spot mixes two Eastern European classics in its Sauerkraut pierogies.
Pub Frato's Short Rib Pierogies — A mutiny might start in Concord if Pub Frato ever took these short rib-topped pierogies off the menu.
P. Jay's Pizza's Potato Pierogie Pizza — If you're going to serve pizza in Parma, you better have a pierogi option.
Seven Roses' Pierogi — The Fleet Avenue restaurant gives you a taste of old Slavic Village with its as their cheddar-and-potato-stuffed pierogies.
Parker’s Downtown's Loaded Pierogi Appetizer — The appetizer menu at this downtown steakhouse features a pierogi dish that packs a wallop with in-house toppings and a cheddar, green-onion and potato filling.
Sokolowski’s University Inn's Potato and Cheddar Pierogies — You're grandma probably still makes them best. But this Tremont is about as close as you can get to a Polish grandma's kitchen.
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How To: Rudy's Strudel and Bakery's Lidia Trempe shows us the tricks of the trade for making pierogies at home.