Small Town Fish Fry!

The Big and Small of Fish Fries
Well, we went from last week at Sacred Heart where they serve over 2,000 dinners a week, to St. Michael in Radom, Illinois where the whole town is less than 500 people. So how did the small town fish fry stack up to the big boys? Pretty well as you can see below. St. Michael ranks high, with top 5 in fried cod and overall fish fry. Plus a new top ranking in value!

Although the town is small, they still serve over 400 dinners a week, which compares to many metro fish fries. And although I say 'bitter grade school basketball rival', we usually won, so maybe it wasn't such a rivalry.

Fan Poll Voting Ends March 11th!
Don't forget to vote in the fan poll that started March 5th and will run through 7pm Thursday, March 11th. According to our google analytics, only about 5% of visitors this past Friday voted on the poll. So even fish fry voting gets low turnouts in March. So vote!

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Year End Reviews

Sometimes it is hard to compare fish fries from year to year. Comparing that Cod from 2014 to 2008 can be a little tough. With that in mind, below is a yearly re-cap for each of the following years. We got a little busy in 2015, then 2017-2019 went by in a blur, so we are missing a few years, so sorry!

2020 Year End Recap
2016 Year End Recap
2014 Year End Recap

Fan Poll Winners - Best Fish Fry

Every year Friday Night Fish hosts a fan poll to crown a yearly fan favorite Fish Fry. It's a two step process with Round 1 selecting five finalists, and Round 2 voting from the final five to crown the yearly fan champion. So get ready every year for the annual poll and get your supporters voting for your favorite fish fry! We had some voting "irregularities" in 2014, so we discontinued the poll (for now).

For a recap of past winners see Past Fan Poll Winners.

Past "Fan Poll-Favorite Fish Fry" Winners:
2014: First place tie: Christ, Prince of Peace, Ballwin; Saint Mary Magdalen, Brentwood; St. Ferdinand, Florissant
2013: Saint Mary Magdalen, Brentwood
2012: St. Rose Philippine Duschesne, Florissant
2011: St. Pius, St. Louis
2010: St. Gerard Majella, Kirkwood