The Polish National Home was incorporated on August 9, 1940, formed by several area Polish Catholic organizations; The Polish Knights Society, the King John Sobieski Society, St. Joseph Society, and the St. Kazimierz Society.  Today, only the Polish Knights Society remains an active organization.  The Polish Knights celebrated their 90th Anniversary in 2012.

 

 

 

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Jimi P.
Jimi P.

06/10/2014

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Surprisingly terrile!, The place smelles like rotten milk, and drinks suck when the obese bartender feels like serving you a drink for very expensive!F-

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A friendly place to meet. 

 

Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Thu:
Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
Extra Phones

phone first to fax: 860-346-9915

Services/Products
A quiet atmosphere, serving fine beer, wine, and spirits.
Brands
imported and domestic
Payment method
cash only
Location
Conveniently located on the Coe Ave side of Tradewinds Plaza, a short distance from exit 11 on Rt. 9.
Amenities

 Events for members and their guests:

Drop in Darts - Fridays at 7PM

Setback - Wednesdays at 7PM

Watch the NFL - NFL Sunday Ticket here

Golf Tournament - Saturday September 21. 2013 at Portland West, sign up at club.

 

Languages
English, Polish
Accreditation

The Polish Knight's Society

Associations

 The Polish Knight's Society was formed in 1922 and has been involved in the Greater Middletown Community since then.

Categories
Bars, Clubs, Private Clubs, Sports Bars
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Payment Options