CLEVELAND, Ohio – Fish fry season is underway, and loads of native nonprofit organizations are internet hosting perch, cod, walleye, shrimp and pierogi-filled dinners each Friday of the Lenten season.

We replace our Greater Cleveland barbecue information on a weekly foundation, together with all forward-looking nonprofit barbecue occasions by way of the rest of Lent. Check out what continues to be on the docket for this Friday and for the following few weeks, right here.

Our subsequent information will publish on-line Friday, March 18, and might be up to date each Friday by way of April 15.

Reminders: Good Friday is April 15, and Easter is Sunday, April 17.

AMHERST: VFW Post 1662 and Auxiliary

Serving Lake Erie yellow perch, shrimp, hamburgers, pierogi, mac and cheese, clam chowder, cabbage and noodles. Eat in or perform, money solely. 165 Cleveland Ave., Amherst, 440-988-8823. 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays to April 15.

AVON LAKE: St. Joseph Parish

Seafood entrée (6-ounce portion, sauce on the aspect), contains slaw and steamed inexperienced beans. Options: Baked cod with mango chutney (gluten- and dairy-free), $14; butterfly shrimp, breaded and fried, with cocktail sauce, $15; baked Lake Erie walleye with caper-butter sauce (gluten-free), $16; baked Verlasso salmon, with chardonnay-dill sauce (gluten-free), $17; breaded and fried Lake Erie perch, with tartar sauce, $18. A la carte sides are $2: Tater tots, pierogi and onions, cabbage and noodles, mac and cheese, baked or candy potato. Applesauce, $1. Homemade soup (12 ounces): New England clam chowder, $7; tomato bisque (gluten-free), $6. Dessert is assorted fruit pie, $2. Water and occasional included for dine-in solely. Cash and bank cards accepted. Dine-in, takeout and drive-through accessible; advance on-line ordering accessible. Walk-in orders additionally accepted. Handicap-friendly facility. 32929 Lake Road, Avon Lake, 440-933-3152, 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

BAY VILLAGE: St. Raphael Catholic Church

Entrees embrace baked haddock, fried perch, pierogi, fried shrimp, combo perch and shrimp, mac and cheese. Entrees embrace fries and slaw. Entrees, $15. A la carte objects, $10. Cash solely. This is a drive-through occasion. 525 Dover Center Road, Bay Village, 440-871-1100, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

BEDFORD: French Bartlett VFW Post 1082

Dinners: Ocean perch, $12; tilapia, $12; catfish, $14. Comes with beneficiant portion of slaw, bread and spaghetti, or mac and cheese. 343 Northfield Road, Bedford, (nook of Northfield and Forbes roads), 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 11, March 25, April 8, April 15 and April 22.

BRECKSVILLE: St. Joseph Byzantine Catholic Church

Meals: Walleye, baked fish, shrimp or pierogi, $14. Meals embrace potato (au gratin, fries or baked candy potato), slaw and Jell-O or pudding. Kids meals (mac and cheese or fish sticks), $4. Dine-in or takeout accessible. 8111 Brecksville Road, Brecksville, 440-526-1818 or 440-526-0016, 3:30 to six:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

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BROADVIEW HEIGHTS: Church of the Assumption

The menu of the church’s “Fabulous Fish Fry” contains 4 flavors of selfmade pierogi, orange roughy, cod, crab desserts, shrimp, selfmade haluski (cabbage and noodles). Adults, $13; seniors, $10, children menu, $7. Frozen pierogi, $9. Carryout solely. Order on-line at or name 440-546-9552 after 3:30 p.m. Cash, bank card and examine accepted. 9183 Broadview Road, Broadview Heights. 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

BROOKLYN: Dr. Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church

Walleye or cod dinner with cabbage and noodles, applesauce and dessert, $10. Cash solely, drive-through solely. 4470 Ridge Road, Brooklyn, 216-749-5585, discover “Dr. Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church L C A” on Facebook. 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4, March 11, March 18.

BRUNSWICK: Saint Ambrose Catholic Parish

Dinner choices are $12.50: Two items of baked or fried white fish with two sides or 9 potato and cheese pierogies with two sides. Premium aspect choices (select one): Cabbage and noodles, fries, two pierogis, mac and cheese. Regular aspect choices: Steamed greens, applesauce, slaw. Family choices serves a household of 4, contains primary dish (baked and fried fish and pierogi choices) and two premium sides and 4 common sides, $48. Combo choices accessible. A la carte menu: Pierogis (12 items, $12.50; six items, $8.50; 4 items, $6.50). One piece fried or baked fish, $5.50; cabbage and noodles, $5.50; mac and cheese, $5; New England clam chowder bowl, $5; fries, $3; steamed greens, $2; applesauce, $1.50; slaw, $1.50. Dessert is apple crisp, $7. Dine-in or to-go; enter Hilkert Hall by way of Pearl Road doorways. Cash, checks (payable to Saint Ambrose Parish) or Mastercard and Visa (for orders over $10) accepted. Weekly specials might be introduced on-line at 929 Pearl Road, Brunswick, 330-460-7300. 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays by way of April 15.

CHAGRIN FALLS: Church of The Holy Angels

Menu: Three items of fried lake perch, $16; two items, beer-battered cod, $14; seven items of shrimp, $16; one piece baked lemon-pepper cod, $14; 5 pierogis, $10. Fish dinners embrace fries or baked potato or mac and cheese with vegetable, slaw, roll and butter. Pierogi dinners embrace grilled onions, slaw, roll and butter and bitter cream. Other objects: Pizza slice, $1; bowl of mac and cheese, $3. (Note: Featured objects are topic to alter relying on availability.) Drive-through or dine-in accessible. Enter on Taylor May Road entrance. 18205 Chillicothe Road, Chagrin Falls, 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

CLEVELAND: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

Dinners: Beer-battered fried whitefish with fries, slaw and hush puppies, $15; baked Atlantic cod with rice and combined veggies, $12; fried shrimp with fries, slaw and hush puppies, $12. Also accessible: Homemade mac and cheese, fish tacos, pierogies and desserts. Sit-down and takeout accessible. Cash and bank cards accepted. 2187 W. 14th St., Cleveland, 216-861-0116. 5 to eight p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

CLEVELAND: Benedictine High School

Dinners embrace alternative of two items of fried cod or one piece of baked lemon-pepper sole or 9 shrimp or eight pierogies, plus fries, slaw or applesauce, condiments, espresso or tea, and one merchandise from the bake sale. Cost: $12 (seniors, $10). Sides (some in restricted portions): Fries, onion rings, three pierogies, clam chowder, or cheese-pizza slice, $4; mac and cheese or grilled-cheese sandwich, $5. Soda or water, $1. Bake sale for additional desserts. Sit-down or takeout from the cafeteria. Cash, examine or bank card accepted. A 50-50 raffle is accessible. 2900 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Cleveland, cbhs.web. 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

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CLEVELAND: Boy Scout Troop 433

The fish-fry fundraiser helps home fisheries and native producers. Menu: Fried Alaskan cod, parmesan-encrusted tilapia, crispy battered fried shrimp, lake perch and pierogi dinners, together with two sides, roll and butter. Sides: Cleveland’s personal “Sophie’s Pierogis,” selfmade cabbage and noodles, mac and cheese, fries, slaw and applesauce. Also serving pasta dinner with salad, clam chowder and dessert. Senior reductions and youngsters meals accessible. Dine in or carry-out. Prices: $9 to $15. Parking and entrance are within the rear of the college/gymnasium behind Church of St. Clare, 5659 Mayfield Road, Cleveland, 440-449-4242, saintclare.web. 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 4 to Friday, April 8.

CLEVELAND: Canaan Missionary Baptist Church

Menu: Fish dinner (fried or grilled) catfish, perch, tilapia and basa, served with two sides: fries, onion rings, slaw, inexperienced beans or spaghetti, $16; shrimp dinner with two sides, $13; fish sandwich with aspect, $11. Takeout or supply (5 or extra dinners). Check, money or Cash App accepted. 4688 East 162nd St., Cleveland. 10 a.m. to five p.m. Fridays March 18 to April 15.

CLEVELAND: Holy Name Parish Fish Fry

Dinners: Two-piece perch with fries, $11; six-piece shrimp dinner with fries, $12; five-piece pierogi with bitter cream and onions, $7.75; combo (three pierogi, one piece of fish and cabbage and noodles), $11; two-piece baked tilapia with baked potato, $12. No substitutions. Sides: One piece of fish, $3; fries, $3; mac and cheese, $2.75; cabbage and noodles, $2.75; two pierogis, $2.50; two shrimp, $3; slaw, $1; desserts, $1; soda or water, $1. Sit-down and takeout accessible. Dine-in dinners embrace espresso or sizzling tea. 8328 Broadway Ave., Cleveland, 216-271-4242. 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

CLEVELAND: Mary Queen of Peace

Pub-battered cod fillets, non-breaded lemon pepper fillets, potato and cheese pierogi, fried shrimp dinners for $12. Dinners embrace roll, coleslaw and a aspect dish of cabbage and noodles, or fries. Soup-of-the-day and cheesecake additionally accessible for extra price. Golden egg 50/50 raffle tickets accessible. Not wheelchair accessible. Takeout solely. Cash, examine and bank cards accepted. 4423 Pearl Road, Cleveland, 216-749-2323, 4:30-7 p.m. Fridays by way of April 8.

CLEVELAND: St. Leo the Great

Dinners: Baked or fried fish, shrimp or pierogi contains alternative of potato, slaw or applesauce, roll and butter. Extras: Mac and cheese, cabbage and noodles, soup, pizza, dessert, children meals, fish sandwich, weekly specials. Dine in or take out. Cash or bank card. 4940 Broadview Road, Cleveland (simply north of Brookpark Road), 216-661-1006, 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays by way of April 8.

CLEVELAND: St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Cathedral

Dinners: Combination plate (one piece of pike and crunchy cod and 4 shrimp), $16; two-piece pike, $14; two-piece crunchy cod, $12; one piece baked cod, $11; eight-piece shrimp, $12. Each meal comes with fries and slaw. No substitutions. Mac and cheese, $3. Dessert: Chocolate or lemon cake, $3. Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, $2; water, $1. Drive-through. Payments: Cash, checks, bank cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover), Apple Pay, Samsung Pay. 3256 Warren Road, Cleveland, 216-941-5550. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

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CLEVELAND: St. Mary’s Collinwood Fish Fry

All dinners and combo meals embrace house fries or French fries; slaw or applesauce, dessert, espresso or tea. Dinners: Fried perch, $12; baked cod, $13; shrimp, $11; crab cake, $11. Combo meals embrace alternative of two: Fried fish, shrimp or crab cake, $12. Mac and cheese dinner, $7. Soup of the day, $4. Extra fish (with dinner), select between one fried perch, three shrimp or one crab cake, $3. Extra aspect (slaw, applesauce, house fries, French fries, mac and cheese), $2. Sit-down and takeout accessible. Parish corridor, 15519 Holmes Ave., Cleveland, 216-761-7740. 3 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

CLEVELAND: Saint Rocco Church

Fried or baked fish, shrimp, pierogi and linguini with clams, $13 and fewer. A la carte menu accessible. Takeout solely, money solely. 3205 Fulton Road, Cleveland, 216-961-8331, Enter off Fulton and comply with the road to the brand new faculty constructing. 4 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, then Fridays March 4 to April 15.

CLEVELAND: St. Stephen Catholic Church

Two-piece fish dinner with two pierogis, $10; half dinner (one piece fish, one pierogi), $8. Eight-piece shrimp dinner with two pierogis, $12. Combo dinner with one piece of fish, 4 shrimp and two pierogis, $11. Dinners embrace mac and cheese, slaw, applesauce, roll, butter and condiments. Cash solely, takeout solely. No substitutions or a la carte purchases. 1911 W. 57th St., Cleveland, 216-631-5633, ext. 11. 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 by way of April 8.

CLEVELAND: Sokol Greater Cleveland

Menu choices embrace fish dinner, $12; half fish dinner, $8; shrimp dinner, $12; combo dinner (fish and shrimp), $12; and five-pierogi (potato and cheese) dinner, $8. Dinners embrace tater tots and slaw, dessert and occasional. No substitutions. Sides: Tater tots, pierogi, shrimp, $2 every; mac and cheese, $3. Dessert, $2. Cash or examine accepted. Dine in or perform. Full money bar is accessible. Reservations strongly advisable; name 216-288-5692. Bohemian National Hall, 4939 Broadway Ave., Cleveland, 5 to eight p.m. on two Fridays – March 4 (music at 5:30 p.m. by Wayne Tomsic and Raymond Klimcuk) and March 11 (music by Anthony Culkar).

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS: Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral

The fry options an all-you-can-eat white-fish dinner, baked or fried walleye, shrimp. Lenten choice: Shrimp with applesauce and fries, $14. A la carte objects (Greek salad, mac and cheese, New England clam chowder, rice pilaf made with hen broth, fries, tiropita or spanalopita) vary from $3 to $6. Sides embrace fries or rice, slaw, roll and butter. Wine and beer might be supplied. Greek pastries might be supplied. Homemade desserts vary from rice pudding ($4) to massive pastry sampler ($25). Dine-in and takeout orders are supplied. Cash and bank cards accepted. 3352 Mayfield Road, Cleveland Heights, 216-932-3300, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

EUCLID: Irish American Club East Side

Perch, baked cod, beer-battered cod or shrimp dinners with fries, mac and cheese, slaw and dessert, $13 ($7, children). Fish sandwich with fries, $8. Weekly specials and money bar accessible. 22770 Lakeshore Blvd., Euclid, 216-731-4003. 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

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EUCLID: Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine

Menu contains two items of fish (battered or mild butter sauce), alternative of fries or hash browns, pasta fagioli (bean soup), sauce or slaw, bread and butter, espresso or sizzling tea, $13. Dine in or take out. 21281 Chardon Road, Euclid, 216-481-8232 or 216-481-0900, 4:30 to six:45 p.m. Wednesday, March 2; Friday, March 18, and Friday, April 1.

EUCLID: Ss. Robert & William Catholic Parish

Baked Atlantic cod, $14; beer-battered pollock, $14; breaded shrimp, $16.Meals include mac and cheese, slaw, fries, roll and particular dessert. Clam chowder, $1. Dine-in, carryout and curb-side pick-up meals accessible. 367 East 260th St., Euclid. 4:30 to six:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, and Fridays to April 15.


Serving hand-breaded perch, walleye and shrimp. Meals embrace hand-cut fries and slaw. Sit-down and carryout. Cash solely. Call for costs, which might be primarily based on availability of recent fish. 540 New St., Fairport Harbor, 440-352-1123. Lunch: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dinner: 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

GARFIELD HEIGHTS: St. Monica Catholic Church

Dinners embrace battered cod, fried breaded shrimp, baked salmon. Includes slaw and selection of 1 different aspect – fries, pierogis or mac and cheese. Other dinners accessible embrace mac and cheese, pierogis or cabbage and noodles. Cost: $7 to $14.50. Senior and youngsters costs accessible. Takeout and dine-in accessible. Dessert included with all dinners. Coffee or iced tea included with dine-in. Credit and debit playing cards accepted. Handicapped accessible. 13623 Rockside Road, Garfield Heights, 216-662-8685. 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

INDEPENDENCE: Saint Michael Catholic Church

Menu: Baked cod, shrimp, mixture plate, fried cod, pierogi. Cost: $12 ($6, children dinners). Dinners embrace fries or baked potato, fresh-made slaw, applesauce or fruit cup, rolls and butter, beverage and condiments. Desserts accessible. Dine-in or carryout. Cash solely. 6540 Brecksville Road, Independence, 216-272-0220. 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

LAKEWOOD: Masonic Temple

The eighth annual barbecue contains two items of beer-battered fish, one aspect, slaw, roll and soda, $15. Sides: Fries, pierogis with fried onions, cabbage and noodles, mac and cheese, clam chowder. Dessert cake and cheesecake, $2. Dine in or carryout. Cash and bank cards accepted. Music, raffle and temple excursions included. 15300 Detroit Ave., Lakewood. 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

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LAKEWOOD: St. James Parish

Cod or flounder dinner, $10; pierogi, $10; fried shrimp, $10; combo of two entrees, $15. Dinners include potatoes or mac and cheese, slaw or applesauce. Clam chowder, $4; pizza slice, $2; children meals (mac and cheese, applesauce), $4; desserts, $2; drinks, $1. Coffee included. Family-friendly occasions characteristic stay music. Dine-in and takeout accessible. 17514 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, name Mary Simon at 216-521-9150 or Tom Hayden at 216-798-5523, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Fridays March 18 to April 8.

MEDINA: Lafayette United Methodist Church

Dinner: Choice of fried or baked cod, or shrimp, plus slaw and selection of fries or mac and cheese, $9. Kids meals accessible upon request. Cash or examine solely. Sit-down or carryout accessible. Bluegrass music begins at 7 p.m. (organizers are asking $3 at-the-door donation). 6201 Lafayette Road, Medina, 330-725-6176, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 11 and April 8.

MEDINA: VFW Post 5137

Dinners: Four items of lake perch, $16; two items of tilapia, $11; six items, shrimp, $11; six pierogis, $11; hen tenders, $10; fish-sandwich meal, $9. Dinners embrace fries, slaw and dessert. A la carte: Homemade bowl of clam chowder, $6. Beverages accessible for buy. Cash solely. Wheelchair accessible. Profits profit native veterans, and 50-50 raffles might be accessible. Dinners might be served within the heated pavilion in again of primary constructing. Ample parking. Dine in or carryout. For to-go orders, name 330-725-0884 midday to six p.m. on the day of the barbecue. Pickup is within the pavilion. 3916 Pearl Road, Medina, 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

NORTHFIELD: Boy Scouts – Pack and Troop 575 of St. Barnabas Parish

Meals: Cod, shrimp, crab-cake dinners with fries, slaw and roll. Non-seafood objects: Pierogis, mac and cheese and Bosco (cheese) sticks. Dine-in meals include bottled water or espresso. Soda and desserts additionally accessible. Senior meal reductions can be found. Sit-down (parking is within the south lot subsequent to the church) and drive-through service (north car parking zone) is accessible. Cash or bank card accepted. Masks are elective. Dining room is wheelchair accessible. 9200 Olde 8 Road, Northfield, 440-975-6573, 575fishfry.sq..web site. 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.


SWAT Food Truck will present barbecue dinners with cod or perch (two items of fried fish, fries and selfmade coleslaw) for $13. Perch or cod sandwiches $12. SWAT & Surf mac bowl with mac and cheese, topped with crab and lobster rangoon, SWAT sauce and fried onions $15. Deep fried shrimp po boy $13. Potato and cheese pierogi, cabbage and noodles, fried pickles and extra accessible for order. Dine in and curbside supply accessible. Drinks accessible for dine-in. 8584 Olde 8 Road, Northfield. Preorders accessible at Noon-8 p.m. Fridays by way of March 25.

NORTH OLMSTED: Springvale Golf Course and Ballroom

To-go solely meals. Dinners (besides pierogies) embrace slaw or applesauce, fries or mac and cheese, and roll. Volunteers will take orders at your automobile window. All money ideas are donated to that evening’s host group. Menu: Senior meals, three items fried cod, $12 (early-bird 4-5 p.m., $10). Four items, $14; six shrimp, $13; combo of three breaded shrimp and two items of fried cod, $14; 4 hen tenders, $12; children meal (two items of fried cod or two hen tenders), $10; pierogi dinner (six potato cheddar pierogies, sauteed onions, bitter cream, sides not included), $9. 5871 Canterbury Road, North Olmsted, 440-777-0161. Pre-ordering is accessible, however on-site orders are advisable for decent, quick meals. Go to for particulars. 4 to eight p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

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Dinner choices: Two items lake perch, fries and slaw; six breaded shrimp, fries and slaw; three items shrimp, three pierogis, slaw; and 6 pierogies and slaw. Cost: $15 (additional fish, $5 per piece). To-go solely, curbside pickup. 6805 Lear Nagle, North Ridgeville, 440-327-4068. 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, and Fridays March 4 to April 15.

NORTH ROYALTON: St. Albert the Great Church

Menu: Fried beer-battered cod, baked cod, hand-breaded fried perch and pierogi dinners. Fish dinners embrace well-known selfmade seasoned kettle chips, slaw, roll and butter. A la carte objects embrace pierogies, cabbage and noodles, mac and cheese, inexperienced beans and pizza. Prices: Beer-battered cod, baked cod and pierogi dinners, $10; perch, $15. Cash or examine accepted. Carryout solely. Church corridor, 6667 Wallings Road, North Royalton, 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to March 25.

OLMSTED FALLS: Donauschwaben German American Cultural Center

Baked or fried fish, fried shrimp or chicken-tender meals with alternative of baked or French-fried potatoes and slaw or applesauce. A la carte objects embrace the entire above, potato pancakes, mac and cheese, pierogis and dessert. Cash bar is accessible. Buffet indoor eating and takeout are supplied, and money or bank cards are accepted. 7370 Columbia Road, Olmsted Falls, 440-235-2646. Go for particulars. 4 to eight p.m. Fridays Feb. 25 to April 15.

PARMA: Elks Lodge 1938

All-you-can-eat cod, four-piece cod dinner, three-piece cod dinner, six- or 12-piece shrimp dinner, baked scrod, six-potato pierogi dinner. Dinners embrace fries, slaw, bread and butter. A la carte menu: New England clam chowder, pierogies, selfmade mac and cheese, selfmade cabbage and noodles. Kids menu (ages 12 and underneath): Four-piece hen tenders, sizzling canine, mac and cheese. Kids dinners embrace fries, applesauce and juice field. Prices: $5 to $15. Sit-down service with money bar. 2300 Snow Road, Parma, 216-749-1919. Available 4 to eight p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

PARMA: Holy Family Parish

Menu: Baked pollack, $14; fried cod, $14; 12 items of shrimp, $15. Dinners embrace fries and two pierogies, bread, alternative of applesauce or slaw, beverage and dessert. Also accessible: Pierogies, fries, pizza, mac and cheese, selfmade cabbage and noodles, extra. 7367 York Road (intersection of Pleasant Valley and York roads), 440-842-5533, 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, Fridays March 4 to April 8.

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PARMA: Loyal Order of Moose-Parma Lodge 1744

Two-piece fried-fish, 10-piece butterflied fried shrimp, one piece fried fish with 5 fried shrimp or four-piece hen tenders. Dinners are $10 and served with fries and slaw, baked potato, mac and cheese and pierogi. Dine in or carryout. 7010 Broadview Road, Parma, 216-524-2182. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

PARMA: St. Andrew Ukrainian Catholic Church

Menu choices embrace selfmade objects: Pierogis, cabbage and noodles, potato pancakes and beer-battered fish. Dinners embrace alternative of slaw or applesauce, bread and butter, cookie and condiments. Cost: $11 to $14. No cellphone orders. Cash or bank card solely. 7700 Hoertz Road, Parma. For menu and particulars go 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 by way of April 8.

PARMA: St. Charles PTU

Voted finest barbecue in Parma. Take-out solely dinners are $7 to $13 and embrace two fried fish, three baked fish, 12 shrimp or six pierogis. Each dinner contains aspect of fries or cabbage and noodles or inexperienced beans and slaw or applesauce. Combo meals embrace alternative of two: One baked fish, two fried fish, six shrimp or six pierogis. Discounted senior meals and youngsters meals can be found. Bakers Square pie accessible for dessert. Credit playing cards accepted. 7107 Wilber Ave., Parma, 440-884-3030, 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

PARMA: St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church

Fish or pierogi dinner contains fries, cabbage and noodles, mac and cheese, applesauce, slaw, roll, butter and condiments. Cost: $15. (Pierogi varieties accessible: Potato, sauerkraut and candy cheese.) Homemade chocolate-chip cookies, $1. Drive-through solely. Follow the cones, place your order, stay in your automobile and order might be dropped at your automobile. 3434 George Ave., Parma, 440-884-2319, 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

PARMA: St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral

Dinner contains fried cod, fries, slaw, selfmade soup and bread, $12. Dine-in or carryout. A la carte choices accessible: Shrimp, fish, bakalar (salted cod), selfmade strudel and drinks. 6306 Broadview Road, Parma, 216-749-1099. 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

PARMA: St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral

Dinners embrace baked cod, fried white fish, salmon, shrimp and pierogi. Dinners embrace slaw, roll, espresso, cookie and selection of aspect: Pierogi, redskin potatoes, mac and cheese, cabbage and noodles, fries, steamed veggies or potato pancake. Other menu objects embrace clam chowder, desserts (desserts and pies). Kids’ meals ($5) embrace slice of cheese pizza, fries, applesauce, drink field and cookies. Soda and beer accessible for buy. Prices: $10-$15. Dine-in or carryout. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express accepted. 5913 State Road, Parma, Call parish workplace midday to three p.m. Tuesday or Friday at 440-886-3223, or the kitchen after 2 p.m. Fridays, 440-886-3252. 4:30 to 7 p.m., by way of April 15.

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PARMA: Southwest Italian American Club (SWIAC)

Dinner: Fried white fish, three potato and cheese pierogi, fries, slaw, roll, $15. Beverages accessible for buy. Dine-in and takeout accessible, money solely. Pick-ups enter by way of rear entrance or name from the car parking zone. 7510 Snow Road, Parma, Call the SWIAC fish-fry hotline, 216-401-1245, or cease in for orders. 5 to 7:30 p.m. March 4 to April 15.

PARMA: Ukrainian American Youth Association

Fried fish dinner, beer-battered cod, three potato pierogis or fries, $13; baked fish dinner with swai fish cooked in wine sauce, three pierogies or fries, $13; six-pierogi dinner, $10; shrimp dinner, six breaded items, three pierogis or fries, $12. Dinners embrace slaw and applesauce. Cabbage and noodles, $3. Dine-in and takeout accessible. 7425 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma, 440-843-9234. 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

PARMA HEIGHTS: Home Family Club

The non-profit cultural membership gives an all-you-can-eat dinner of fish, pasta and fries. Prices: Ages 13 and over, $20; ages 5-12, $7; free for youths underneath 5. Calamari additionally accessible for buy. Dine in or carryout. Coffee included for dine-in. Cash bar. 6450 Pearl Road, Parma Heights, 5 to eight p.m. Wednesday, March 2, and Fridays March 4 to April 8.

PARMA HEIGHTS: St. John Bosco Church

Dine-in and takeout dinner (catered by Bruno’s Ristorante) contains Alaskan Pollack hand-dipped in beer batter or broiled. Potato and cheese pierogies are selfmade. Also on the menu: Bruno’s well-known eggplant lasagna and manicotti. Dine-in dinners embrace alternative of aspect (one piece manicotti, fries, greens or pizza) slaw, roll and butter, dessert and beverage. Take-out dinners embrace alternative of aspect (one piece manicotti, fries, greens or pizza) slaw, roll and butter, and dessert (no beverage, worth much less $1). Prices: Pierogi dinner, $14; eggplant lasagna, $15; fish, $15; fish and pierogi combo, $17. Children’s (underneath 10) fish or pizza dinner, $7. Early-bird (4-5 p.m.), $1. Discount for ages 65 and older. 6480 Pearl Road, Parma Heights, 440-886-0061. 4 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4, March 11, March 18, April 8 and April 15.

ROCKY RIVER: Magnificat High School

Menu: Perch, shrimp or combo. Includes fries and slaw. Fish tacos with fries and slaw. Pierogi dinner with fries and slaw. Cost: $13 (seniors and college students, $10). Two pizza squares and fries, $5. Soda, beer and wine accessible. Dine in or drive-through; bank cards accepted. 20770 Hilliard Blvd., Rocky River, 440-331-1572, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 11 and April 8.

ROCKY RIVER: Rocky River Senior Center

Dinners with a special fashion of fish each Friday for lunch, $10. Dine-in or takeout accessible. Cash, examine or bank card accepted. No reservations, but it surely’s advisable clients come early since provide could be restricted. 21014 Hilliard Blvd., Rocky River, in City Hall advanced, 440-333-6660. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

Fish fry event

(Photo by Ida Lieszkovszky, Plain Dealer

SHAKER HEIGHTS: St. Dominic Church and School

Menu: Baked or fried fish, alternative of potato, slaw and dessert, $15; fish-taco dinner (two tacos, slaw, and chips), $10. Kids: Fish, cheese pizza, or mac and cheese, $8. Drive-through and dine-in, credit-card solely. 3455 Norwood Road, Shaker Heights, stdominicchurch.web. 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays by way of April 8.

SOLON: VFW Post 1863

Fish, shrimp or mixture dinners with mac and cheese, slaw and roll, $12. Mac and cheese with slaw and roll, $7. Carryout solely. 6340 Melbury Ave., Solon, 440-349-1863. 4 to 7 p.m. (final orders at 6:45 p.m.) Fridays March 4 to April 15.

STRONGSVILLE: St. John Neumann Roman Catholic Church

Dinners of baked cod with baked potato, perch with fries, shrimp with fries, pierogi with fries. All dinners embrace coleslaw and roll, $14. Drive-through service solely. 16271 Pearl Rd, Strongsville, 4:30-7 p.m., March 11-April 8.


Generous piece of Alaskan cod, paired with fries, slaw or applesauce in dinners. Pierogi additionally accessible for order. Baked or fried fish with fries, $10.50; baked or fried fish with pierogi, $11.50; six-piece shrimp with fries, $10; six-piece shrimp with pierogi, $11.50; youngsters’s fish dinner (half a chunk of fish), $5.50. Three-piece hen tenders, $7.50; grilled cheese, $4; six-piece pierogi with onion, $9. Sides of fish, shrimp, fries, applesauce, slaw, pierogi, tea, espresso, milk, apple and cheese strudel accessible. Dine-in and carryout accessible. 17900 Strongsville Blvd., Strongsville, 440-234-0250. 5 to eight p.m. Fridays by way of April 15. Carryout orders might be taken beginning at 4 p.m.

TWINSBURG: British American Club

British-style fish and chips dinners hand-dipped from made-from-scratch batter. Menu: Fish, shrimp, hen, or fish and shrimp dinners. Comes with slaw, mushy peas (British specialty), bread, espresso or tea. Mac and cheese and youngsters dinners additionally accessible. Cost: $10 to $13. Cash solely. Full bar and carryout orders accessible. 8564 Ravenna Road, Twinsburg, 330-963-6370, 6:30 to eight:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.

WESTLAKE: St. Bernadette Parish

Dinners: Fried perch, fried or baked cod; and two sides (mac and cheese, common or candy potato fries, slaw or applesauce), $12. Kids meals with aspect, $4. A la carte: Pierogies, mac and cheese, fries, cabbage and noodles, slaw, applesauce and chowder. Carryout solely. Dempsey Hall, 2256 Clague Road, Westlake, 440-734-1300, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 8.

Kid carrying tray with fried fish on it

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WESTLAKE: St. Ladislas Catholic Church

Presented by the parish and St. Ladislas Knights of Columbus, dinner gives battered cod and fried shrimp dinners plus sides – mac and cheese, fries and extra. Takeout solely. Cash, examine, bank cards accepted. 2345 Bassett Road, Westlake, 440-835-2300, 5 to 7 p.m. March 11, March 25, April 8.

WILLOUGHBY: Elks Lodge No. 18

Walleye dinner, $15; three- or four-piece perch dinner, $12-$15; and two- or three-seafood cake dinner, $12-$15. Perch / shrimp combo, $12. Shrimp and steak dinners and youngsters’ meals accessible. Dinners embrace cheddar biscuit, alternative of potato or mac and cheese. Dine in or carryout. 38860 Mentor Ave., Willoughby. Call 440-942-2747. 5:30 to eight p.m. Fridays March 4 to April 15.


Baked or fried cod, slaw, pasta and vegetable, $12. Takeout solely. During the week, preorder pizza or shrimp cocktail. Customers don’t must preorder cod meals. 35200 Chardon Road, Willoughby Hills, 440-946-6635, 4:30 to six:30 p.m., March 4 to April 8.

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