Prosperity Social Club To Introduce a Year-Round Fish Fry

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Prosperity Social Club’s Lenten Fish Fry is so insanely popular that the Tremont restaurant/bar has just announced it’ll introduced a new year-round fish special on Friday evenings that includes the choice of two sides. The new deal starts on Oct. 25.

The special features haddock covered in beer batter and complemented by tartar sauce. Mix-and-match side selections include house-made mashed potatoes and gravy, roasted broccoli, cabbage-and-noodles, crunchy coleslaw, fresh-and-tangy jicama slaw, crispy potato chips with French onion dip, handcut fries, black beans, potato pancake, potato pierogi, and asiago-and-parmesan mac-and-cheese. Some sides may require a slight upcharge.



“It’s not surprising that enjoying a Friday night fish fry is not restricted to Lent — it has become a year-round culinary tradition for many Northeast Ohioans,” says Prosperity Social Club owner Bonnie Flinner in a press release about the new special. “I can see our regulars trying different side combinations until they land on their go-to meal.”

The Fish Fry-Day Choose Sides Special also features a $2 discount on the Friday night meal between 4 and 6 p.m. (dine-in only).



The regular Friday night special will not replace Prosperity’s regular Lenten menu.

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