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Kyle Sandberg

Fish Fry at Buffalo Heights?

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Has anyone ever gone to the fish fry they have on friday nights? How much is it and did you like it? I'd like to try it once and was wondering what kind of fish they served? I guess its just something about not having to cook and clean that sounds appetizing.

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I have had it a couple times. It is OK. Worth trying. I would think you fish so much that you would not even consider anything but fresh fish.

I believe it is like $9.95, but do not quote me. I also think it is cod.

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Sometimes just being able to get out and taste something that didn't take me 10 hours to get is nice. Thats a long grocery trip...

Thanks for the reply. Do you happen to know how long they go? Maybe next week.

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I think they cook the fish until the kitchen closes which is about 9:30 - 10:00. They have had this special for long time.

The American Legion has started their fish fry also on Friday nights.

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I had fish at the Buffalo legion last friday, I think it is one of the better ones in the area. I sure ate more than I've caught lately. It's every Friday til easter

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the one at the legion is very good. probably one of the best around buffalo.

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