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In Williamsville, Prosit's food makes comeback without restaurant

Prosit, the Eastern European restaurant formerly on Main Street in Williamsville, returns to duty Saturday.

Or some of its food does, anyway. Owners Janice and Paul Schlau have built a food trailer in front of their home at 32 N. Cayuga Road, also in the Village of Williamsville.

From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays, she and her husband will serve a slimmed-down menu of favorites from their restaurant, which closed in 2014.

There will be pierogi, potato pancakes, smoked pork chops called kassler rippchen, sausages and more, Janice Schlau said. Pastries will include cheesecake, poached pears, and puff pastry pinwheels.

The new Prosit effort, dubbed PrositNCR, aims for takeout business, since there is no dining room. But there are a few marble garden tables from the former restaurant’s beer garden, if you’d like to eat outside, she said. Her plan is to serve Saturdays through December, then reopen in April.


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