|About||Home of the Original Coney Island Square Knish|
Gabila's has a proud tradition, with it's roots embedded in the streets of New York City.
The knish (seasoned mashed potatoes wrapped in dough then baked or fried) is eaten as a snack, appetizer or side dish. It became famous in the early 1900's.
Gabila's Knishes began in 1921, when Elia and Bella Gabay created "The original Coney Island Square Knish" in there lower east side kitchen. They sold there deliciuos knishes on a push cart. Before they knew it, all the delis across New York City were asking for the Gabila Knish.
With the business growing they moved to Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York. There they became the "King of Potato Pies". They stayed in Brooklyn for 78 years before relocating to there current state-of-the art facility on the south shore of Long Island, N.Y.
Recently, Gabila's further expanded it's product line, adding additional gourmet items such as handmade blintzes and delicious pancakes. Gabila also offers pickles,peppers, low fat souffles and holiday favorites including sweet noodle pudding, potato pudding, egg barley mushroom, kasha varnishka and matzoh balls.
This fourth generation, family owned and operated business proudly makes over 100 items that can be found in major supermarkets, warehouse clubs, stadiums and deli's throughout the nation.