Speakeasy Opening Up in Not-So-Secret Lancaster, New York
The same people own Chrusciki Bakery, Simply Pierogi Polish Kitchen, and Sto Lat Bar and they are about to open a brand new business that everyone is talking about in Lancaster, New York. The owner, Ania Duchon, is creating quite the empire and we are here for it. The latest? A coffee shop AND a speakeasy coming to Lancaster!
It was a sad weekend though for people who loved the Lancaster Coffee Co, as they acknowledged in a Facebook post they are in search of a new location. The Toy Store announced they will be moving a few buildings over in the Village.
What is the new speakeasy in Lancaster going to be called? It will be called '1924' after Duchon's 98-year-old grandfather and the theme will be, of course, all Polish! It will be tapas-style plates and only the good drinks will be served. (This isn't going to be your local hangout atmosphere like Longneckers or GBP--sorry guys! LOL)
Speakeasies were huge back in the 1920s during Prohibition and they were, of course, a secret and you may only know it was open by a clue, like a certain light being on or something. Now, speakeasies are becoming more popular in modern-day, but obviously, you know a little bit more about the place. There is one in East Aurora that is under a building by the Elm Street Bakery as well.
80 West Drullard Ave. Lancaster New York 14086
"With the support of our dedicated customers, Chrusciki Bakery has been Buffalo’s premier Polish bakery for the spast 25 years and we are still growing. You can now find us at our newest retail location in Lancaster, NY and see our products at our growing list of Western New York s fine restaurants, hotels, banquet halls, and retail stores.
‘We specialize in gourmet breads and delectable desserts with an old world, European flair. ï¾ From fabulous one-of-a-kind wedding cakes to authentic hand-crafted pierogi, paczki, placek, and chrusciki, our products can be shipped around the country!"