From home fish fries to church gatherings, Cleveland knows its way around some crispy, delectably battered seafood. By Anthony Elder
Fish Fry Guide
The Hingetown spot uses only fish from Lake Erie for its weekly fish fry.
This Olmsted Falls spot typically serves an average of 1,100 people per night.
In Cleveland, Lent means a net-full of fish fries at local churches, halls and restaurants.
Passionate parishioners who saved the fish fry 10 years ago won’t let anything get in the way of fellowship in Parma.
The Medina fish fry proves fine-dining is far from pretentious.
This Lorain gathering has been cooking up something good year-round, non-stop since 1956.
This Latin-influenced fish fry in Lakewood offers a little more spice than the rest.
Jim and Pat Lesnick, who have volunteered at St. Joseph Byzantine Catholic Church for 29 years, teach us a few lessons about giving back.
The upscale environment in Lakewood is welcoming to all fish fry fanatics.
Euclid Fish Co.'s John Young tells us why each catches is so popular — and delicious.
Local beer-battered catch, killer sides and an all-you-can-eat menu keeps us daydreaming of this Willoughby Hills spot.