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Yoni • 3 months ago

Lenten Dinners at Holy Trinity Catholic Church (101 Walt Banks Road in Peachtree City, GA) is the best fish fry in town. Baked and or fry fish is served and sides include french fries, coleslaw and hush puppies. Desserts as well! 5:30 to 8 pm during lent. Suggested donation: $12 adults, $6 children under 12 or $30 for the whole family!

AG Dessez • 3 months ago

Thank you so much for sharing! I just added it to our list!

Kevin K Keane • 4 months ago

Lenten Fish Fry at Saint Monica Catholic Church on 1700 Buford Highway in Duluth. Best fish fry in town. I may be a bit biased since I am part of the kitchen crew. We serve both fried and baked fish, large portion. You will also find boiled shrimp as an added entre. Sides include mac and cheese, french fries, sauteed perogies, green beans. Add to this already full plate a portion of cole slaw, hush puppies and a fudge brownie. Then comes the best part. A chance to sit with and enjoy the company of some of the most wonderful people I have had the pleasure of meeting. A truly blessed way to spend your time while waiting for the Stations of the Cross to begin. Serving time begins at 4:30pm and goes to 6:30pm which is the time the stations begin.

AG Dessez • 4 months ago

Thank you so much for letting us know! I just updated it with the info you gave. I'd love to stop by and try your fish fry out sometime this Lenten season!

Katie Dunn • 4 months ago

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There's is all you can eat & very tasty! It was a normal wait time around the 6pm time frame, but well worth it. We had cheese pizza, freshly fried fish, salad, pasta, and dessert.

AG Dessez • 4 months ago

Just added it to the post! Thank you so much for sharing! I'm hoping to be back at IHM sometime this Fish Fry season.

Michael Lyons • 4 months ago

Thanks for the additional info, Katie Dunn ! We'll get that added!

Janice • 1 year ago

St Lukes in Dahlonega is great

You're missing St. Andrew in Roswell. 5:30-7:00, $10 adults, $5 children. Followed by Stations of the Cross in the church at 7:00. Dine-in, but I don't know if they're also doing take-out or not.

Michael Lyons • 1 year ago

Thanks a lot! We'll get that updated.

Kim • 2 years ago

St. James the Apostle Catholic Church is the best ever!

Michelle H • 2 years ago

The Knights of Columbus and Centro Catolico parishioners at Holy Spirt Catholic Church have partnered together to give the fish fry a twist. You can get your classic fish and chips or be adventurous by ordering salmon with a strawberry salsa. The salsas are my favorite! They are homemade.

Lauren thompson • 2 years ago

I’ve got to chime in with Good Shepherd in Cumming GA. That’s always where I go because my grandpa is the “clam chowder king” up there every year ❤️

Michael Lyons • 2 years ago

That sounds amazing! I love a good clam chowder and may be looking for something different than fried fish by the 3rd or 4th week of Lent 😂

Juanma • 2 years ago

This is so exciting!! Thanks for sharing this

Michael Lyons • 2 years ago

Thanks for being excited about it!

Jan Walters • 2 years ago

Who's done St. Jude in Sandy Springs? How is it? It's not far from the city, and I've wanted to check that out in years past.

K Powell • 2 years ago

In the past, I've liked theirs because they had fish tacos. But they don't offer a fish fry every week, so be sure to check the dates.

Steve Vasquez • 2 years ago

My vote is for Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church - a fish fry feels empty without a beer with it, which they offer! I think Christ the King does too actually.

Michael Lyons • 2 years ago

I remember wine and beer being an option at CTK as well. Maybe someone from CTK can confirm?

Jackie Nelson • 2 years ago

Awesome list! I am bummed that Holy Spirit won't have a larger in-dining option. In the past, they've been more generous with their portions. CTK's dinner is tasty, but it does cost a little more and the servers tend to be more strict with quantities served. Looks like I need to check out some OTP churches this Lent as well now!