Located in Central New York, Eva's European Sweets has been the home for Authentic Polish cuisine for 17 years.
We're open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday, featuring a selection of authentic Polish dishes made daily from the freshest of ingredients. From pierogi to bigos to a Hungarian take on traditional placki, each meal is made individually with careful attention to the flavors and traditions of Polonia.
Don’t forget to check out our dessert case as you walk in – it’s full of homemade cakes, pies and cheesecakes. There’s no dessert menu. Just take a peek and we’re pretty sure you’ll find something that catches your eye. If you’re too full, take a piece home!
Eva’s also has an extensive list of Polish and Eastern European beer.
1305 Milton Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13204
Monday - Closed
Tu-Thurs – 11am-8pm
Friday – 11am-9pm
Saturday – 12pm–9pm
Sunday – Closed
We will be closed Saturday September 2nd 2017
Please call us around the holidays, especially:
Christmas, Easter, and
Fourth of July, as hours vary.
Eva's In The Press
JULY 17, 2017 - Syracuse.com
"5 Secrets to Success from Eva as her Polish Restaurant in Solvay Turns 20"
JULY 26, 2016 - Syracuse.com
"Philanthropic Foodies: Eat and drink for a good cause this weekend"
MAY 9, 2016 - Dailyorange.com
"Best restaurants for the perfect graduation dinner"
JULY 30, 2015 - Syracuse.com
"Philanthropic Foodies: Syracuse's chef-based fundraiser gets bigger and better"
FEBRUARY 23, 2015 - Dailyorange.com
"Eva’s European Sweets offers taste of Poland with simple dishes, desserts"
APRIL 15, 2014 - Syracuse.com
"How do you like your goulash -- American or European? A CNY Food Fight"
FEBRUARY 25, 2013 - Foodnetwork.com
Food Network airs the "Eurocentric" episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives!
FEBRUARY 8, 2013 - Syracuse.com
"Wrapping up Guy Fieri's Syracuse tour: Food Network to air segment on Eva's European Sweets Feb. 25"
OCTOBER 20, 2011 - Syracuse.com
"Dining Out: Eva's serves up heavenly Polish fare in Syracuse"
JUNE 9, 2010 - Syracuse.com
"Food fests in Syracuse: Polish and Greek"