St. Louis restaurants offer a fish fry alternative

The fish roast season is back and just like last year we are facing an abbreviated version of the Lenten tradition. Unlike that time a year ago, we are more familiar with the routines of eating in the pandemic season. So it’s no surprise that 2021-style fish fries include a combination of roadside pick-up and take-away, limited-capacity indoor dining, and outdoor dining on heated patios. Restaurants in the area are an alternative to community fish fries and offer a variety of options.

58 hundred: The South City restaurant offers an array of fasting specialties every Friday, including fried cod, grilled salmon, and grilled shrimp tacos. The restaurant’s popular Brussels sprouts tacos are also available. All meals include coleslaw and a side dish. Customers can take something away, dine or eat in the heated tent on the terrace. Seating and pick-up are possible from 4.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Customers can place orders by email at [email protected], SMS 314-605-4428 or online at 58hundred.com. 5800 southwest.

Balkan Treat Box: The acclaimed Webster Groves favorite is offering a smoked fish pide special while supplies last. 8103 Big Bend.

The Corner Pub & Grill: The fish-oriented specialties of the Corner Pub are available during Lent. Get your fish with crab cakes, Srhimp Po ‘Boys, or the CPG O’ Fish Sandwich (crispy white fish served on a brioche bun with American cheese and tartar sauce). In addition to gluten-free fish tacos and fish and chips, a gluten-free version of the CPG O ‘Fish is also offered. Order online for collection, also indoors. Several locations.

Eckerts Country Restaurant: Belleville’s family farm and country store has a fish roast meal for roadside pickup every Friday through April 2 (and dine from March 1). The $ 38 meal feeds four and includes 1.5 pounds of fried cod served with mac ‘n’ cheese and creamy coleslaw. Place pick-up orders online or by calling Eckert at 618-233-0513. 951 S. Green Mt., Belleville.

Edibles & Essentials: Cod and French fries baked with beer are available from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., depending on availability, or until the items are sold out every Friday during Lent. No pre-orders. 5815 Hampton.

Grace Meat + Three: Grace’s Buffalo Fried Fish returns with a rotating selection of fish fried in the restaurant’s signature seasoned flour and tossed in garlic buffalo sauce. The fish is served with a side dish of buttermilk and lime dressing, onions and dill pickles. Order online for collection and delivery; Indoor dining is also available. 4270 Manchester.

The Greek cuisine: The Kirkwood Restaurant offers three specialties on Fridays from 5 p.m. onwards: Plaki (a traditional Greek dish made from baked cod, served in a tomato sauce with tzatziki and pita), fish stew (served with Greek salad and crusty bread) and beer fish (with french fries and coleslaw) . Call ahead to place orders. 343 S. Kirkwood.

Jack Nolens: The Soulard Bar and the restaurant have a special fish and chip offer until Easter with a cod fillet on white bread as well as french fries, pickles, onions and homemade Cajun tartar sauce. 2501 p. 9th.

Choice of lion: The popular crispy cod sandwich is back. Breaded and fried cod fillets made to order are topped with melted Swiss cheese and creamy tartar sauce and served on a buttery, toasted sesame bun. Available on Fridays through April 2nd. Several locations.

Nathaniel Reid Bakery: The fasting special from the award-winning bakery is a tuna salad sandwich that is served every Friday during Lent. The sandwich starts with a flaky croissant filled with tuna, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, dill pickles, celery, hard-boiled eggs, and red onions. Call ahead for collection or place your order in person. 11243 Manchester.

The Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co .: The seafood restaurant Benton Park’s fried fish sandwich is back. For $ 12, get fried cod with American cheese, pickles, and tartar sauce on a Hawaiian bun served with Cajun chips. The sandwich is available for lunch and dinner, but supplies are limited. Only in dining. 1831 Sidney.

Pietro’s Restaurant: Choose from fried cod or grilled grouper, both costing $ 7.95 and served with green beans, mashed potatoes, and homemade tartar sauce. Available to eat or take away every Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Lent. Carryout orders can be placed over the phone or online. 3801 Watson.

Pit stop: Every Friday during Lent, the restaurant on the hill offers fish specialties to take away or for indoor meals. Dishes include grilled shrimp wraps with tomato relish, red harissa sauce, lettuce and provel; baked cod with herb and tomato confit, white wine sauce and brown rice; Squid linguini with lobster meat, mussels, fresh basil, cherry tomatoes and lobster sauce; and clam soup. 2130 Macklind.

Retreat gastropub: Central West End Restaurant offers a range of fasting-friendly dishes, including smoked salmon dip, year round. smoked salmon tartin; gluten-free Pacific cod with herb butter, red pepper curry, and quinoa; or fried salmon with parmesan risotto, rocket pistou and pickled peppers. 6 N. Sarah.

Russell’s On Macklind: Southampton’s staple food offers two fish specialties on Lent Fridays: fried cod with buttermilk mashed potatoes, green garlic beans and lemon caper aioli, as well as the classic fish and chips with beer-whipped cod, sea salt fries and caper-dill pickle tartar sauce. Dine-in reservations can be made online. Call ahead for takeout orders. 5400 Murdoch.

Salt + smoke: The local grill favorite offers a $ 12.99 meal of fish, two sides, and Hawaiian rolls. Food and take away possible. Several locations.

Sleepy: The classic fish and french fries can be picked up at all three locations of the venerable brewery in the kitchen or at the roadside. Expect fried cod with wheat yeast batter, served with homemade french fries with tartar sauce. Each place also offers its own fish dishes. Follow the appropriate links to place roadside orders online at Schlafly Tap Room, Schlafly Bottleworks, and Schlafly Bankside. Several locations.

SOHA Bar & Grill: Mahi fish and chips are available with parmesan steak fries and tartar sauce. Order online for roadside pickup; Dine-in service is also available. 2605 Hampton.

Tucker’s place: Lobster specials are offered every Friday during Lent, or the fried haddock sandwich is a staple on the menu year-round. Several locations.

Winslow’s Table Market & Bakery: A beer-baked haddock sandwich with tartar sauce, American cheese and red cabbage salad on a brioche bun is available for lunch Wednesday through Friday and Friday evening through March. 7213 Delmar.

Yellow belly: The CWE fish restaurant offers a Friday special with lobster taquitos with Poblano cream sauce and Chihuahua cheese. The evening menu currently includes everything from fried scallops and seared grouper to lobster rolls and a rum-beaten cod sandwich. Reservations for socially distant dine-in services can be made online. Carryout can be ordered online or by calling the restaurant at 314-499-1509. 4659 Lindell.

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