Fish Fryday Review

Welcome to our Fish Fry Review website! I used to have a partner to go around town with to review fish frys, but he has moved to another city, so its kind of difficult to get him to come in town for a fish fry. (haha) These days, my family and I and enjoy the spirit and community of St. Louis area fish frys with friends and family. The intent is to provide an inside scoop into St. Louis area fish frys and to review them in comparison to each other. All fish frys are great, and they all have special charm and character to them. I simply want to highlight the things that make them unique and stand out from the rest.

One of the goals is to visit some lesser known fish frys in the area in order to help them become more popular. We will visit as many as we can and bring you the scoop. I plan to document the menus at each fish fry so you can find one that suits your taste and budget.

Keep an eye out for our Rating Scale. I've chosen a few categories in order to compare and contrast each fish fry. If you're looking to venture to a new fish fry, check out our List of Fish Fry Reviews or our Blog before you travel to one that might not offer what you are craving.

I hope you enjoy the website. It is intended to positively impact the St. Louis community as well as bring folks together.

The Calendar

This Week:

See which fish frys we've been to and where we're headed next.

3/6/2019 - ASH WEDNESDAY
Went out for my birthday - no fry

3/8/2019 - Friday

St. Elizabeth of Hungary

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We plan on taking and uploading many photos of the fish fry including the church hall, the food, the fun, and the people who make it all happen. Feel free to send us your photos to upload, too.

Photos of each fish fry can be found at the end of Nathan's Reviews.
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Fish Fryday Map

I've tried to keep the map updated over the years, but there are too many to keep up with on an annual basis. Check out the Fish Fry Finder on STL Today:
3/8/2019: Each year, March and June end on the same day of the week.

2/16/2018: Happy Chinese New Year! In Mandarin Chinese its said "Xi Nian Kuai Le!" (She - neon - kwai - luh). 2018 is the year of the dog. The Chinese zodiac is a 12-year cycle, so the last year of the dog was 2006.

2/14/2018: Happy Lent and Happy Valentine's day to all of you fish lovers out there. Don't forget to tell your loved ones how much you care about them. This is the season of giving and introspection, and what a better way to see yourself better than to express how you feel.

2/10/2016: Fish Fryday Review is taking the season off from reviews due to scheduling. We may upload a review or two, if possible, but we can't promise one this year. We'll be back in 2018. Get some Fish!!

3/20/2015: The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) was created during 1939 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, and was the idea of Ohio State University coach Harold Olsen.

3/10/2015: The Wright Brothers built and repaired bicycles before experimenting with airplanes and flying.

2/19/2015: February 19, 2015 is the Chinese New Year Celebration. It is year 4713, the year of the Sheep (or Ram)

4/11/2014: 2014 marks the 250th anniversary of the founding of the City of St. Louis. It was founded by Pierre Laclede and Auguste Chouteau and named for Louis IX of France.

4/4/2014: There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar.

3/28/2014: On this day in 1930 Constantinople and Angora changed their names to Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey.

3/7/2014: Martin Cooper invented the first cellular phone with Motorola in 1973.

2/28/2014: Lent is derived from an Old English word which means "lengthen."

3/24/2013 In 2013, March has 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays. This happens again in 2019.

3/17/2013: The first Ancient Order of Hibernians St. Patrick's Day Parade traditionally held in Dogtown on St. Patrick's Day was held on Forsyth Boulevard in Clayton on March 17, 1984.

3/10/2013: Despite Lent being "40 days and 40 nights," there are actually 46 days from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday.

3/3/2013: Easter always falls on the Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox.

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Let us know what you think! Ideas? Which Fish Fry we should visit? Send us an email! We love feedback!

If there is a Fish Fry in the St. Louis area that we do not have in our database, please let us know so we can include it.