I may be a little biased because I know the owner personally (full disclosure) but that being said this small little place that once housed "birddog" and "No fish go fish" is putting out some seriously good food.
Being half Polish, Stan Pratnicki (chef/owner) has gone back to (half) his roots and come up with a menu that has items familiar to many and then quite a few Polish dishes (most of which I am unfamiliar with but have been pleasantly surprised as I work my way through the menu). I have been there three times and haven't even made my way through half the menu yet. The beer battered cheese curds are so delicious that I have had to order them every time I go. The chicken liver pate is as good (if not better) than those I have tried in many high end places in town. They make everything in house including the Kielbasa and "porkstrami".
I am hopefully attaching the menu but I am not the savviest when it comes to computers so fingers crossed.
Stan is well known around town having worked for Atwaters back in the day as well as Taqueria Nueve (to name just a couple). Most recently (before jumping head-first back into the restaurant game) he was a buyer for Provista so you know they have connections to great product.
Stan is a chef through and through and you can tell that he loves what he does. Do yourselves a favor and stop in for one of their unique and inventive cocktails and stay for something to eat.....you won't be disappointed.
The bar dobre MENU December 2012 (2).pdf 233.98K 55 downloads