Milwaukee fish fry guide
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Ray's Butcher Shop
4640 W. Loomis Rd. Greenfield, (414) 423-1322
Ray's offers various different Friday fish options that are all carry out orders. Dinners include three, six or 12-piece Icelandic haddock, lake perch dinner, jumbo shrimp, jumbo scallops, baked cod and combination dinners. All dinners include tartar or seafood sauce, coleslaw, rolls, french or steak fries and choice of one of the homemade soups of the day.
Randy's Neighbor's Inn
6922 W. Becher St., West Allis, (414) 545-8738
Come to this 20-year standing neighborhood tavern for a classic Milwaukee fish fry, prepared by Randy himself. Serving all-you-can-eat fish, including potato salad or french fries, coleslaw and rye bread.
Saz's State House
5539 W. State St., (414) 453-2410
Entering its fourth decade of service, Saz's is known for its fish fry as well as the ribs. Cod or perch, baked or fried, and rounded out with onion rings, coleslaw and rye bread. Fantastic.
6204 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, (414) 258-5610
Ted's has been a Tosa staple since 1942. Also known for breakfasts and ice cream, they offers a basic fish fry of cod or pike, with potato pancakes, coleslaw and rye bread on the side.
2720 N. Grandview Blvd., Waukesha, (262) 544-4460
Set in the Weissgerber's Gasthaus on the corner of Highway T and Silvernail Road in Waukesha, this fish fry is full of old-world German charm. The meal begins with salty-crusted rye bread, homemade potato salad and cole slaw, then continues with homemade potato pancakes, apple sauce, french fries and your choice of batter-fried Icelandic Cod or walleye. The fish is also available baked, which is equally delicious. Accompanied by the wide selection of German and local brews, Gasthaus offers up this Friday night tradition for dine-in or carry-out.
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Take a 20 minute drive from downtown MKE for a fish fry you will never forget. Sportsman's Landing on Wind Lake has baked cod that tastes better than lobster and a Surf n Turf special that adds a slab of prime rib. Delicious! Sportsman's has a vintage sportsbar vibe with a nice wine and craft beer list. Its at 25313 W Loomis Rd on the north shore of Wind Lake.
So the Cedar Beach Inn located in Belgium is a bit of a drive for me, but this place has become my go-to fish fry spot. We always start with their Homemade Clam Chowder soup - absolutely delish! My husband's favorite entree is the Fish Pottage, a broth based dish with parsnips, rutabaga, turnips, small red potatoes and a bunch of other vegetables topped with poached haddock . A good dose of daily veggies but what a tasty way to get them! My personal favorite has a little bit of everything, the Combo Platter which is served with breaded cod, baked haddock and 3 fried butterfly shrimp and homemade potato pancakes. Try it and you won't be disappointed!
Umm, no there are 5 Fridays left in Lent. Easter is 3-31-13
Why are there fish fry prices for some but not ALL restaurants? This does not serve your readers well. seems like sloppy reasoning at best.
Where was this list 2 weeks ago? Only one Friday left in Lent.
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