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Lenten Fish Fry Guide: Which one is Your Favorite?

Tis the season for Friday fish dinners – where do you go?

With the start of Lent comes the season of fish fries. Many churches and organizations host one and most restaurants feature some catch-of-the-day special on their menus.

We found a few places where you can get your fish fry fix, but know there are many more out there. If your church, business or organization is hosting a fish fry this Lenten season, be sure to add it to our calendar. Here's how: .

Here are some local fish fry options:

  •  This fish dinner, offered every Friday during Lent but Good Friday in the Fr. Landry Center, offers baked or fried cod or a macaroni and cheese dinner. Desserts available for sale each week. Dine in or carry out. Prices range from $5-$8
  • : The  hosts 5-8 p.m. in the Upper Hall. A one-piece fish dinner, starting at $5, includes a side of macaroni and cheese or French fries, roll and butter and coleslaw. Dine in or carry out. Desserts and drinks are available for an additional cost.

  • : Both fish and pasta dinners are available on Fridays during Lent. All dinners include a beverage choice of coffee, hot tea or lemonade. Carryout available. Prices range from $4-$8.
  • : Enjoy a cod, haddock or walleye dinner. Menu also includes chicken tenders, french fries, apple pie, sheet cake and Cadillac coffee. Prices range from $3-$13.
  • : All you can eat fried and baked fish. Buffet includes baked potatoes, french fries, mac and cheese, cole slaw and salad. Desserts available, too. Carryout available. Prices range from $3-$9.50.

Do you know of a fish fry our users should know about? Create an event. . Or email Beth Valone at beth.valone@patch.com and we will add it to our map.

Kevin Moser February 25, 2012 at 12:45 AM
Berkley American Legion is superior to others in area. I worked them, know the effort and proven history for many more years than anyone else has hosting them. I highly recomend the Legion!

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