Polish restaurant closes after 31 years

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Polish restaurant closes after 31 years Polish restaurant closes after 31 years
WILLIAMSBURG -

After three decades of serving Polish food in Williamsburg, a local restaurant officially closed its doors on Friday.

Since 1986, Henry and Dorothy Wnek have served customers at their restaurant Kasias. The Wnek's say they are closing because they cannot keep up with the competition in the neighborhood.

Kasias is known for its potato pancakes and its family atmosphere.

Although the restaurant is closing, customers believe Kasias’ legacy in the community will live on.

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