THE PERFECT PINCH
We're a family business.
In our home, we still do Sunday dinners and big holiday celebrations. We're two young people who were born and raised in NEPA. Growing up, our parents, aunts & uncles, grandparents, and neighbors shared traditions and family stories with us-- and those stories shaped who we are today.
We are extremely proud of our Polish roots, and we hope to share our heritage and help others celebrate their cultural memories through a shared love of traditional Polish food-- starting with The Pierogi.
We offer multiple pierogi fillings of heaping proportions, wrapped in a light, flavorful dough. You can purchase pierogi during the Easter and Christmas Seasons, and our food truck is located at various locations in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania.
We are extremely grateful for our family, who each have their own role at NEPA'rogi, and we couldn't do it without them!
SCHEDULE AND LOCATIONS
Where to Find Us
IN THE PRESS
NEPA'rogi celebrated a grand opening during the Easter Season 2021.
Thanks to such a supportive community response, we have decided to open a permanent location in Summer 2021.
#ONTHESTACKS PODCAST INTERVIEW
THE CHEFS BEHIND OUR FAVORITE FOOD TRUCKS
THE CITIZEN'S VOICE EASTER EDITION
February 10, 2021
#OnTheStacks episode 50 with Lauren Gorney, co-owner of NEPA’rogi. In this episode Lauren shares her experiences working in sales and marketing, explains how to sell through “storytelling,” and how the burnout of the 9-5 rat race gave her the opportunity to turn her passion for food, family, and culture into a new pierogi business – NEPA’rogi. Lauren also talks about mental health and the importance of scheduling time for yourself.
March 25, 2021
Co-Owner Lauren and Kitchen Manager Deneen got to serve up fresh pierogi with Chris Bohinski and Haley Bianco on WBRE's PA LIVE! in the Weis Market Kitchen.
April 4, 2021
New pierogi business NEPA'rogi sees Easter sales surge
“We walk a fine line between mass production and labor-intensive love,” Gorney said. “As long as we can, we are going to pinch these little babies on our own.”