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Sergeant Slabber

Good places for a fish fry

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Does anyone know of a place somewhere around the west metro that has a decent fish fry? The legion in Chan puts one on, but I'm looking to try something different.

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Winsted uses Cod for theirs, but it's another half hour west of Minnetonka.

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I have a pretty good fish fry at my place, although sadly not on a regular basis. grin.gif

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There was a pretty good one the KC put on up in Rogers fri night. I think good Fri night fish fries and smelt fries are a lost art. Just my opinion.

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Head to Winsted you won't be disappointed

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Where in Winsted is it held?

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Thanks Sonicrunch, I just may have to check that out!

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I am going to be trying this place out..

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In the north end of the cities. The Don Hansen VFW in Ham Lake has a darn good all-you-can-eat fish fry.

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Tinucci's in newport all you can eat and a huge salad bar good stuff!

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Not Really west metro, but Gallaghers White Elephant (at least that is what the sign said) in west st. paul is a pretty good fish fry. Pretty good little bar too, real small town feel to it. Almost makes you think you are in a out in the middle of now where bar in Northern MN or 'Sconi. We moved to Prior lake 3 years ago, man I miss that bar.

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