Fish fry it up—it’s that time of year, filled with all the fish sandwiches, pierogies, and baked oysters. So healthy, so good! Every Friday is fish sandwich greatness. Here’s our list of delicious local options to satisfy your fish fry cravings!

Soul & Sea (East Carson Street-Southside) 

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Serving seafood and soul since 2017, their Fish Fridays offers the BOGO Whiting fish sandwich! And don’t forget the fish dinner (whiting or cod). You’ll also want to try their awesome signature linguini, golden fried lobster tails! Order online with delivery.

St. Teresa of Kolkata Parish (Brookline/Beechview)

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Choose from lunch and dinner menus! Both are great options. For lunch—giant beer battered fried fish sandwich, french fries, cole slaw, homemade mac and cheese! The dinner portion includes a fried or baked fish sandwich. Email orders must be received by midnight on Thursdays. 

Spirits & Tales (Bigelow Blvd)

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Dine with Spirit & Tales—their special Lenten menu is back! Enjoy the fish & chips, lemon fried shrimp, fried clam strips, crab cake sandwich, and smoked salmon sandwich. Be sure to try the baked oysters, fries, moules frites, and shrimp. Locally sourced menus and craft cocktails as well! 

Square Cafe (S Highland Ave.)

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Fish fry to the next level: fish and chips, fish sandwich, Italian style greens and beans, horseradish potato crusted salmon, cauliflower curry, potato and cheddar pierogi! A percentage of all sales from their Friday Fish Fry menu will benefit their new neighbor, East End Cooperative Ministry this Lenten season. 

Community Kitchen (Flowers Ave.)

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They recently had their biggest fish fry ever! Feast on the fish sandwich and fish platter meals. Ordering opens every Friday at 11am. Available for take-out only (curbside or walk-in). The Community Kitchen uses “food as the foundation to change lives and strengthen communities.”

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Josh McCann

Josh has been writing for Made in PGH since 2018, where he writes about upcoming events. He’s a Point Park University graduate and teaches high school English. In his free time you’ll find him playing guitar and writing new songs.

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