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Where is your favorite fish fry? | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 60 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Feb 17, 2010, titled Where is your favorite fish fry? | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

The start of Lent marks the beginning of another important event in central Ohio: Fish fry season.

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Topper

Columbus, OH

#51 Feb 26, 2010
Remember Authur Treachers??
Fish & Chips wrapped in newspaper.....
Mmmmmmmmmm

Dublin, OH

#52 Feb 26, 2010
Fire-and-Ice wrote:
Columbus Fish Market in Grandview. Here is some of their menu from their website...a little pricy though.
Atlantic Salmon Santiago, Chile
Swordfish Key West, Florida
Rainbow Trout Boise, Idaho
Tropical Tilapia Costa Rica
Mahi Mahi Gold Coast, Florida
Whitefish Lake Superior
Pacific Cod Kodiak, Alaska
Wild King Salmon Tasmania, New Zealand
Steelhead Puerto Montt, Chile
Florida Grouper Key West, Florida
Sea Scallops George’s Bank
Yellow Fin Tuna Kona, Hawaii
Chilean Sea Bass South Georgia Island
Not to mention every other variety of seafood. Great environment!
I personally prefer the Pacific Halibut and Sea Scallops. That's a 50 dollar meal for 2 but if you like seafood you would love this place. Not to mention the over 125 different kinds of wine.
Now you've gone and done it. Now I am STARVING!! That looks great!

“Look-out!”

Since: Dec 09

Columbus

#53 Mar 1, 2010
TheresaD wrote:
St. Stephen the Martyr, 4131 Clime Road in Columbus, definitely the best. The fish is all you can eat baked or fried, and the guy who runs the kitchen is a professional. The parish youth serve the food and they are great. Plus, you can go to the Stations of the Cross afterward.
Que?
Capon

Nashport, OH

#54 Mar 1, 2010
The fish fry at Immaculate Conception church in Clintonville has been a long time favorite. The menu consists of fried or baked fish, steak fries, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, and rolls. For those non-fish lovers, pizza and mac-n-cheese are the preferred options. Plenty of home made desserts and ice cream is available too. In addition, they also feature Barleys' Scottish Ale and Pale Ale for those who prefer a rich mouth feel of malty flavors with full body.
Angry Young American

Columbus, OH

#55 Mar 1, 2010
TheresaD wrote:
St. Stephen the Martyr, 4131 Clime Road in Columbus, definitely the best. The fish is all you can eat baked or fried, and the guy who runs the kitchen is a professional. The parish youth serve the food and they are great. Plus, you can go to the Stations of the Cross afterward.
Strange name for a bar. How'd they get away with naming it that?
carnivore

Zanesville, OH

#56 Mar 5, 2010
but they are sooooooo tasty...:)
Nowhere wrote:
Killing animals is wrong.
boys of summer

Columbus, OH

#57 Mar 8, 2010
Killing animals is wrong? Says who? If they were smarter than us, they'd kill and eat us!
MMMMM I love animals, they are delicious.
adam

Dublin, OH

#58 Mar 9, 2010
Our Lady of Perpetual Motion

Even the nuns have it going on! Woo Hoo!
john

United States

#59 Mar 29, 2010
olph in grove city the baked fish is great
Blessed

Columbus, OH

#60 Apr 11, 2010
Nowhere wrote:
Killing animals is wrong.
The One that created animals and us give the OK.
EasternOhioNativ e

Columbus, OH

#61 Mar 11, 2011
Valleyboy wrote:
Coleman's in the "Old Markethouse" in South Wheeling, WV. It's only a 2-hr. drive from Columbus to the best fish sandwich you will ever have....but don't do it, unless you want to make many return trips. You WILL go back for more. Nothing else is even close to the proprietary oil in which it is cooked - never infuses into the fish. It's all about the fish there - no batter, only light breading - perfect! Also any other fresh seafood is available in old market style. Nothing in Columbus Market comes close!
CAN'T BEAT IT, THE BEST
Kris

United States

#62 Apr 14, 2011
Zero's in New Albany. It's a pizza place, but the fish is great. They put it thru their pizza oven vs. frying.
N2dogz

New York, NY

#63 Jul 2, 2011
Kris wrote:
Zero's in New Albany. It's a pizza place, but the fish is great. They put it thru their pizza oven vs. frying.

just went by. Closed!
Wait what

Defiance, OH

#64 Feb 26, 2012
Are any of these still good? Anything out there on Sunday afternoons?

Since: Feb 10

United States

#65 Feb 26, 2012
Surprised there were no mentions of small town VFW's or Fire houses.
Editor

Columbus, OH

#66 Feb 26, 2012
Arthur Treacher's in Lancaster. A step back in time.
steeldude

Chillicothe, OH

#67 Sep 6, 2012
the best fish ever is at www.jjfishchicken.com the best ever there in dayton too wish they where in columbus
Gway

Galloway, OH

#68 Feb 13, 2013
No Fish For Me wrote:
Growing up we had fish every Friday, Lent season or not. It wasn't that good then and I will not eat fish now. Today I had cereal for breakfast, vegetables and fruit for lunch and buttered rye toast for dinner. Hardly haute cuisine but good enough and best of all it wasn't fish.
Well that was productive
Sue

Galloway, OH

#69 Feb 14, 2013
Angry Young American wrote:
<quoted text>
Strange name for a bar. How'd they get away with naming it that?
Stations of the Cross ia a Catholic practice that commemorates the death of Jesus Christ, often held in churches during the Lenten season. It is not a bar.
Capon

Columbus, OH

#70 Nov 4, 2014
Instead of the typical frozen breaded fish that's usually purcheased, has anyone thought of offering good ole fashion salmon patties? Just sayin....

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