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Polish people in LA / California


phillygirl 1 | 1
12 Oct 2007 #1
Hi,
I ve been living in Philly for over 3 years, lately have been traveled to LA at least once a month to see my b/f. He's just asked me to move in with him. I am happy however I have some second thoughts, heard many bad things about LA. Personally I didnt get to like that city. Anyways are there any Polish people who are in need of a good friend? I dont know anybody except my b/f. I'd love to meet some girls. Age is not important to me. I am myself in my 20s. Are there any polish stores, a church, a club? I need polish food to exist LOL!
beckski 12 | 1,617
12 Oct 2007 #2
You've just missed the Polish Bazaar in Los Angeles. It's held yearly at Our Lady of the Bright Mount church, on the last Sunday in September.
shewolf 5 | 1,077
12 Oct 2007 #3
There's a club called L.A. Polonia:

lapolonia.com

I just checked the site. There's going to be a big festival this weekend in Santa Monica.
cynnomin - | 1
1 Nov 2007 #4
I go to a Euro-Market that has tons of Polish (imported) foods in Santa Monica (1128 Wilshire Blvd). I know of two restaurants, as well. Warszawa (Santa Monica - Best food and a lot of fun) and Polka (near Glendale in Los Angeles - Much better food than how it appears and family owned).
dinofaustino - | 1
14 Feb 2008 #5
Do you know of any Single Polish girls in the San Diego area? We have a Polish festival down here every October but I am hoping to meet a Polish girl before then.
jamesams1357 - | 35
14 Mar 2010 #6
no theres not many polish lot of mexicans and blacks i near got killed there
archiwum 13 | 125
9 Nov 2012 #7
Merged: What is the Polish population in Los Angeles?

Hello,

What is the Polish population in Los Angeles?
beckski 12 | 1,617
10 Nov 2012 #8
Likely under 1 percent. We are fortunate to have a Polish Catholic church in Los Angeles.
Nacjonalista 4 | 96
10 Nov 2012 #9
Is there a Polish neighborhood in LA?
beckski 12 | 1,617
10 Nov 2012 #10
Not to my knowledge. The church has been there for decades though.
Nacjonalista 4 | 96
19 May 2013 #11
Good site I found:

lapolonia.com/index_files/galleries.htm

Los Angeles from what I heard also has a good size Russian and Ukrainian population.
beckski 12 | 1,617
20 May 2013 #12
First time I've ever heard of Polish Happy Hour in Los Angeles area.
Nacjonalista 4 | 96
20 May 2013 #13
Beckski can you recommend some good white areas to live around LA? That is not too expensive either as I need to rent a cheap apartment or bedroom. You can PM me if you want.
archiwum 13 | 125
23 May 2013 #14
West Los Angeles-Expensive

North Hollywood-Maybe

Zuma Beach-Expensive

Encino-Expensive

Ventura County-Somewhere

Orange County is to expensive
beckski 12 | 1,617
23 May 2013 #15
Orange County has many nice areas; especially the coastal sections. Irvine is a good choice in terms of safety issues. There's also a Polish church nearby in Yorba Linda.
Skyo
26 Feb 2018 #16
Wait so there are others that know Polish in Cali!! I felt so lonely being the only one who knew Polish in my area
Agnieszka71
24 Sep 2019 #17
Czy jeszcze tam mieszkasz? Im polish and I'm looking for room to rent in LA are.
Joker 1 | 1,309
25 Sep 2019 #18
Why even bother to pay rent in LA? You can just pitch a tent on the beach and they wont do a thing about it, but it could get a little tough at night.

Wait so there are others that know Polish in Cali!!

Na, they got out of that place like the rest of the gringos.
pawian 161 | 9,971
26 Sep 2019 #19
but it could get a little tough at night.

The tides are rough?


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