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Fish Fry Guide to a Cincinnati Winter Tradition

filed under: Entertainment posted on February 10th, 2018

Fish fry cincinnati, lent, real estateThe Fish Fry Guide covers the Lenten tradition loved by Cincinnatians.

The number of locations geared up to fry and serve fish, fries, mac & cheese is the perfect excuse not to cook on Fridays.

The list of locations is below:  (If I missed your location please send me a link with the details.)

All Saints Church

Badin High School Hamilton

Crosby Township Fire Department Fish Fry

Good Shepherd Church

Guardian Angels Fish Fry Dinners

Harrison Knights of Columbus Fish Fry

Harrison VFW Fish Fry

Hartzell United Methodist Church Fish Fry

Holy Cross Immaculata 

Holy Trinity Immaculate Heart of Mary

Madonna Knights of Columbus

Mother of Christ

Our Lady of of Grace School at St. Ann’s Church

Our Lady of Lourdes 

Our Lady of Sorrows

Our Lady of the Rosary

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart

Our Lady of Victory 

Our Lord Christ the King

Queen of Peace Fish Fry

Sacred Heart 

St. Aloysius 

St. Ann Catholic Church

St. Anthony of Padua 

St. Antoninus

St. Bartholomew

St. Bernard Catholic Church Annex Winton Place

St. Bernadette

St. Boniface

St. Catharine of Siena 

St Cecilia

St. Columban

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

St. Francis de Sales

St. Gertrude!

St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. James the Greater Fish Fry

St. James of the Valley

St. John Neumann

St. John the Baptist

St. John the Baptist Knights of Columbus Hall

St. John the Evangelist 

St. John the Evangelist Knights of Columbus Fish Fry

St. Margaret of York Fish Fry

St. Margaret – St. John

St. Michael The Archangel Fish Fry

Sts. Peter & Paul Lenten Fish Dinners

St. Saviour

St. Susanna 

St. Veronica                                                              

St. Vincent Ferrer

St. William Price Hill

The tradition of Friday “Fish Frys” happens in just about every community throughout greater Cincinnati.  It’s a good excuse to eat out and maybe see some of your neighbors.   

 

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