Most of the better restaurants are clustered along a side street just next to the Jasna Góra monastery, close to the Hotel Sekwana, so if you're staying there, you need only step outside your hotel door to find good Polish food, decent Greek, and even acceptably good pizza. The main boulevard that connects the Jasna Góra monastery to the center of town, the Al. NMP, is lined with cafes and restaurants that cater to the thousands of pilgrims that come here every year.
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