Churches sell dinners on Fridays during Lent.
The Lenten season has begun and we've compiled a list of the most popular fish fry locations in the Tri-State
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File photo of a fish fry plate. (Photo: Flickr Creative Commons)
CINCINNATI -- As the Lenten season comes to a close, it means fish fry Friday goes out with a bang.
Lent ends on Good Friday, April 18, but not before one last traditional Friday fish fry hosted by many churches and nonprofit groups.
We've compiled a list of the most popular fish fry locations in the Tri-State, but there may be some secret gems we don't know about. If you don't see your local fish fry on our list, email Jane Andreasik and we will add it to our interactive map. Include the location, address, phone number, as well as times and dates of the fry.
Our 2014 guide includes fish dinners at churches, nonprofits, clubs, restaurants and other organizations in the Tri-State. You can filter the map by neighborhood or by day of week. Click on each bubble to read details, including address, prices and menu.
Find a fish fry.