Welcome to the Hartford PNH – Polish National Home of Hartford
A national historic landmark in southeaster downtown Hartford, featuring an authentic Polish pub (Pub 303), event room (Baltic Room, and the grand Chopin Ballroom.
The Hartford PNH – Polish National Home of Hartford – has been and continues to be a favorite Connecticut pub, dining and event destination.
“Unlike some other social clubs, in the past decade the Polish National Home has embraced modern sensibilities.” – Courant article, 2/24/2020
NEW Carry Out Menu!
Comfort food for an uncomfortable time
Call 860-247-1784 or
PICKUP ONLY HOURS
Tu & We: Noon to 3:00p
Th to Sa: Noon to 7:00p
7.35% CT Sales Tax Not Included
60 Charter Oak Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Polish Plate Deluxe – Polski Talerz Luksusowy 14.95
Kielbasa, bigos, two cheese and potato pierogi, one gołabek and dill potatoes
Potato Pancakes – Placki Ziemniaczane 10.50
three full sized potato pancakes with applesauce and sour cream with sliced salmon add $5
Stuffed Cabbage Plate – Gołąbki Talerz 12.50
two stuffed cabbage with dill potatoes, and your choice of vegetables or Bigos
Polish Kielbasa Plate – Talerz Polskiej Kiełbasy 13.50
with a choice of potatoes or pierogi, and your choice of vegetables or Bigos.
Pierogi Plate – Pierogi Talerz 12.50
Eight pierogi with chopped bacon, onions and Bigos.
extra wide egg noodles tossed with butter braised cabbage and roasted mushrooms or slow roasted pork
Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner 16.95
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Delicious Sliced Corned beef brisket with cabbage & carrots
SOUPS & SANDWICHES
Served with side of potato salad and pickle – Substitute french fries or cup of soup, add $1.75
Corned Beef – WHILE SUPPLIES LAST 9.00
Kielbasa Sandwich – Kiełbasa z Bigosem 9.00 with Bigos and mustard
Chicken Salad Sandwich – Sałatka z Kurczaka 8.75
House made salad from fresh baked chicken
Soup of the Day – Zupa Dnia Cup 3.95 / Bowl 5.75
Please ask when calling about the daily soup selections for takeout
Pub Event Room
For Hartford late-night night-life, the Hartford PNH – Polish National Home – is the preferred meet-up spot to enjoy a bite to eat and drinks before grabbing an Uber to the next destination in your night out.
We recently launched our Membership Drive. That means everyone is invited to come in and learn about the club, our 22,000 sq ft facility, the dining, the bar, the Chopin Ballroom, the soon-to-be-open game room, various entertainment events, and much, much more. No hard-selling – just our traditional hospitality.
Interested in Booking an Event?
Every Thursday through Saturday
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Beer & Wine Specials
Current Specialty Drinks:
✔Craft Brew On Tap | Stop in for the latest tap rotation
✔Hussar Vodka Martini
Our one-of-a-kind pickled herring vodka martini. – As seen in Hartford Magazine (January 2018)
✔Signature House-Infused Polish Vodkas
Our house-infused Polish vodkas: Horseradish, Bison Grass & Dill Pickle
Lvov Polish vodka and Midori splashed with Pineapple Juice and garnished with a cherry and orange wedge.
✔Woj’s Old Fashioned
Special Bourbon and Wisniowka are the foundation. Orange-Cherry muddled with a splash of club soda complete this cocktail.
✔A new PNH favorite! PNH Hussar Bloody Mary – is it a drink or meal??
A house-made horseradish-infused vodka is the foundation of this classic drink made with a smooth Bloody Mary blend. If the horseradish-infused vodka is the foundation, then the garnish will blow the roof off – Garnished with dill pickles, olives, kielbasa, and a sprig of dill …so you get your greens
The Hartford PNH – Polish National Home of Hartford – has been a Hartford CT landmark since 1930. Serving as a gateway for new Polish immigrants, the Hartford PNH has served to promote and educate Polish culture, heritage, and history.We are a membership organization and invite guests to explore this historic institution and consider joining as either a Social Member – open to anyone – or if you are of Polish descent, as a Corporate Member. More about our membership here.
The Polish National Home of Hartford building is a national historic landmark and has been under club ownership since being built in 1930.
“We picked the Polish Home because it really is the core of Hartford” – Courant, 2017