Manitou Springs' PJ's Bistro sent a statement notifying the world that, having already cornered the pierogi market in southern Colorado, it has expanded its menu with more pub-style food, added more beer, wine and specialty drinks and "artisan" desserts, and changed the look of the place overall.
"We didn't want to rest on our laurels," says owner Paul Jakubczyk in the release. "We are already well-known for our Polish-influenced dishes — potato pancakes and pierogis. But our chef enjoys creating new dishes, and it was time to come out with an updated look and feel for the restaurant, so we decided to debut both at the same time.
"So far, the feedback has been very positive," says the native of Kraków. "Guests like the new logo, and new items such as the PJ's Fish and Chips are getting good reviews."
Look for more on the restaurant's new offerings in future issues of the Independent.
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