The Hartford PNH was built in 1930 to be a center for Polish American culture and community. We are known for our food & unique events, and so much more!
Enjoy Hartford dining and happy hours at our authentic 1930 Eastern European pub. Follow us on Facebook for unique entertainment and dining events. Book our historic Chopin Ballroom for your next big event.
The historic Polish National Home of Hartford remains anchored here in its corner of the city while everything around us changes with urban development. We stand now, as we have from our beginnings, a pillar of stability in an almost constantly changing environment, in service of our community and friends. We welcome you to be a part of this vital and engaging community.
Please view these recently found articles and documents about the beginning days of the Polish National Home of Hartford! (These are PDF archived articles. You can zoom-in to read the news copy.)
- Hartford Courant – May 5, 1929 – “Ludorf To Prepare Plans for $100,000 Polish Home“
- Hartford Courant – October 9th, 1930 – “Hartford Poles Complete New $175,000 Clubhouse; Dedication is Next Week“
- Hartford Courant – October 16th, 1955 – “Heart of Hartford’s Polish Community“