Food, Drink, Crafts, and Information Vendors

Enjoy authentic Slavic food, beer, and wine at the festival!


The Polachek Family Johnstown Slavic Festival welcomes these food vendors! Please note that food sales begin when the festival opens (no food sales earlier). Authentic Slavic food will be sold, beginning at 4:00 pm on Friday, and noon on Saturday:’

  • Ace’s
  • Babcia’s Lunchbox
  • Darlington Inn
  • Fredo’s Deli
  • Glencoe Gourmet
  • Klosky’s Cuisine
  • Life’s A Treat
  • Old World Catering
  • Phoenix Tavern
  • St. Clement’s Church
  • St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Steel City Chimney Cakes
  • William Penn Association


We are pleased to note that we have been able to license the area around the mainstage, so festival patrons may enjoy their alcoholic beverages while watching the mainstage entertainment.

Beers representing different Slavic countries will be available. They are:

  • Sarajevsko Dark and Sarajevsko Lager (Bosnia)
  • Primator, (Czech Republic)
  • Pilsner Urquell (Czech Republic)
  • Czechvar (Czech Republic)
  • Zywiec, Zywiec Porter (Poland)
  •  Namyslow (Poland)

Juliska Jell-O shots, made from a mixture of Slivovitz and Kruskovac, will be offered, as well as Slavic spirits and wine.

Craft and Information Vendors

      • Oles Cherin – Ukranian and other Slavic Gifts
      • Jen Sukenic – Nebula Formations – handmade jewelry – Czech glass jewelry
      • Marie’s Nutcracker Sweet – Nut rolls and other bakery items
      • First Catholic Slovak Union
      • Johnstown Genealogical Society
      • Life’s A Treat Bakery – Nutrolls and other baked goods
      • Cambria County Historical Society
      • Christ the Saviour – Religious and other ethnic items
      • William Penn Society – Palacinke
      • University of Pittsburgh Yugoslav Nationality Room – display and ethnic cookies
      • Kolache Galore and More – Kolaches
      • Croatian Hall
      • Robert Jerin – Genealogy
      • Little Europe – Czech and Slovak ornaments, kitchen towels, jewelry, religious items
      • Dolly Yonkoski- embroidered aprons and crafts
      • Karen Mesaros Art and Photography – Slovak art and crafts, floral headbands
      • Glencoe Gourmet – Nut rolls bakery items and Slivovitz nuts