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30 Omaha Fish Fries To Try In 2022

30 Omaha Fish Fries To Try In 2022

Lenten season means two things for Omaha-area residents – a time for personal sacrifice and reflection, as well fish fries. With more than 30 parishes and groups sponsoring fish fries in the Omaha area, you can find great food and fun times from Blair to Plattsmouth. Here’s a look at a few of the Omaha fish fries that you’re likely to enjoy a good meal and company.

Updated: I’m continuously updating this 2022 list of fish fries. Leave a comment if you have any additions!

Why fish fries?

Catholics honor their faith for a six-week period by surrendering something special to them as a way of recognizing the sacrifices made by Jesus Christ. Each Friday during lent, fish fries provide a sense of community and camaraderie among Catholics.

But, don’t think fish fries are just for Catholics; Greek Orthodox Church followers also celebrate the season with a fish fry, as well as community groups.

Holy Name Catholic Church fish fry

A fun thing about fish fries is that everyone is invited to enjoy fish and chips…and maybe an adult beverage or two. Fish fries are always family-friendly. It’s a quintessential Spring In Omaha experience.

Tip: Check the organization’s website or social media to verify times and dinner prices.

2022 Fish Fries in Omaha

Churches, breweries and fish fries held in every place in between.

Tri Community Friday Fish Fry Frenzy

Held every Friday from March 4-25 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 6001 Fontenelle Blvd.

More annual Omaha fish fries

It’s still early for all fish fry dates to be announced. Here’s a list of places that usually dinners but haven’t shared any information for 2022 yet:

  • Papillion American Legion Post 32, 230 W. Lincoln St., Papillion, Neb.
  • Scottish Rite Fish Fry Days, 202 S. 20th St.
  • Creighton Bluejays Baseball Fish Fry, Charles Schwab Park
  • Our Lady of Lourdes & St. Adalbert, 2110 S. 32nd Ave.
  • St. Patrick Catholic Church, 4 Valley View Drive, Council Bluffs, Iowa

Please contact me at ohmyomaha (at) gmail (dot) com if you have updated information for any of them.

Whether you want to support your church or local service organizations, the Omaha area offers a variety of fish fries you can attend. There’s something special about standing in line and visiting with your neighbors while you await your turn for a delicious meal and tasty drink. Either way, you’ll enjoy a true Omaha experience.

For a few months out of the year, thousands flock to fish fries in Omaha on Friday nights. Here where to find the most popular fish fries, so you'll know what to expect if you go to one. #Omaha #Food #fishfry

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Kim Erickson

Friday 25th of February 2022

Tangier Shrine will host their annual Shrine Bowl Fish Fry on April 15 at the Shriners Temple, 2823 S. 84th St. 5 - 8 pm Price $12 at the door for adults - $6.00 children 12 and under. Pre-sale for adults $11

Ron

Wednesday 16th of February 2022

Updates for the St. Vincent de Paul Fish Fry for 2022

Call St. Vincent de Paul the Fish and more Fry. With a menu featuring fried and baked fish, macaroni and cheese, and cheese pizza, your family will be challenged not find something for dinner on which everyone will agree. Running each Friday through Lent, dinners also come with colesalw, bread and french fries or baked potato.

The fish fry is held every Friday from March 4 through April 8 at 14330 Eagle Run Drive starting at 5:30 p.m., and dine-in costs will be $12 per adult, $10 per senior, and $7 for children ages 4-12. Adult beverages and soda are available. Don’t forget to enjoy dessert while you’re there. We will also be offering the following carry-out meals just inside the school doors for anyone not wanting to dine-in: Fried Fish Dinner $12, Baked Fish Dinner $12, or Mac&Cheese Dinner $7. All meal prices include sales tax. Also we accept credit cards at our fish fry.

Scott Napierala

Thursday 3rd of February 2022

St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church Fish Fry - 168 & Q ST.

We will once again be holding our annual fish fry on March 4, March 11, March 18, March 25, April 1 and April 8.

The menu includes: Baked Salmon($13),Shrimp($13),Shrimp and Fish Combo($13),Fried Fish($12),and Mac & Cheese($8).

KIDS AGED 5-10: Fried Fish($7),Mac & Cheese($6),Cheese Pizza($6)- 4 AND UNDER FREE.

DESSERTS will be provided by the Council of Catholic Women.

Beer will be provided by Upstream, and wine will be available for a free-will donation.

Takeout will be available.

Meals include: French fries, cole slaw and roll.Coffee,iced tea and lemonade will also be available.

Ray

Wednesday 24th of February 2021

Mary Our Queen is serving Fridays through March 26th. Not sure where a couple of media outlets got the impression we were only doing one.

Kim

Thursday 25th of February 2021

Thanks, Ray! I'll update the post with that information.

Kim

Sunday 21st of February 2021

The Tangier Shrine will be hosting their annual Fish Fry on Apr 2nd from 5-8 pm

Kim

Monday 22nd of February 2021

Thanks for the details! I'll add it to the list.

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