Here are some Twin Cities options for Friday Fish Frys

This time of year, Friday’s are all about eating fish.

WCCO Radio Newsroom
February 28, 2020 - 3:45 pm
Mug of light beer and dried fish on a wooden table in a summer day outdoors

Galina Sandalova


Lent is here which means for some folks of a certain religious tendency (Catholics),  Friday’s are all about eating fish.

But at these Twin Cities fish-fry locations, you can participate in this tradition whatever your belief system.

Birchwood Café:

This south Minneapolis gem is offering battered walleye from Red Lake for $20 on Friday’s from 5 P.M. until 9 P.M. The entrée is also served with cole slaw and organic French fries.

3311 East 25th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406

Red Cow:

The Minnesota based restaurant is offering both a beer-battered cod or plant-based vegan fish. Both options are all you can eat

Multiple locations throughout the Twin Cities


This family-owned Kingfield eatery is offering a fish and chips entrée for $10.65 every Friday

4201 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55409

Famous Dave’s:

The chain is offering an all you can eat catfish and fries meal for $14.99.

Multiple locations throughout the Twin Cities


The downtown Minneapolis beerhall is known for its all you can eat fish fry for $15.

16 N 6th St, Minneapolis, MN 55403

Groveland Tap:

This St. Paul pub is offering all you can eat beer battered fish, fries, slaw and malt vinegar for $12.50

1834 St Clair Ave, St Paul, MN 55105

Pub 42:

The New Hope bar and social club is offering $2 off Alaskan Amber Battered fish and chips from its menu every Friday during Lent.

7600 42nd Ave N, New Hope, MN 55427


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