Even if you’re not Catholic, any good Pittsburgher embraces Lent because of the fish fries. What’s not to love about fried fish and homemade pierogies swimming in butter and onions?? But if you’re looking to branch out from your neighborhood churches, we’ve rounded up a list of some of our favorite spots to get fish and pierogies. And you know we organized it by neighborhood so you’re covered no matter where you are in the city.
We love that these restaurants serve a mix of styles of fish and pierogies. Of course you’ll find the very classic fried fish or potato and cheese pierogies. But you can also opt for oysters, sushi, or even breakfast pierogies.
Of course, if you want to stick with the traditional fish fries, we fully support that! Our pals at The Post Gazette created this awesome interactive map, so you’re still covered no matter where you are in the city.
Etna / Shaler
- Roundabout Brewery hosts Pub Chip Shop food truck most Fridays during Lent
- Merchant Oyster Company
- Church Brew Works
Shadyside / East Liberty
- Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille
- Penn Avenue Fish Company
- Cioppino Restaurant and Cigar Bar
- Cinderlands Warehouse
- S&D Polish Deli
We know we missed some great restaurants serving fish and pierogies – so tell us where else we should go eat in the comments!This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.