Ready for your fish fry fix? In the Stevens Point Area, the Wisconsin tradition of a savory fish fry is available all over. Here are three restaurants that are known for their outstanding fish fries.
Stop in any day of the week for a famous fish fry that has been at Hilltop for over 30 years. You can try the North Atlantic Cod that is beer battered and deep fried or a filet that is marinated in lemon, garlic, and butter. One other option on their fish fry menu is the Canadian Walleye filet that is lightly beer battered and deep fried as well. Top it off with a craft beer on tap from Central Waters Brewing or Point Brewery. You will not be disappointed!
Head downtown and check out the Guu's on Main Friday fish fry feature. Enjoy their hand-dipped and beer battered cod, hand battered shrimp that are fried golden brown and served with a specialty sweet chili sauce or white wine, garlic, and butter sauteed shrimp. For the root beer enthusiasts, Guu's on Main has the Premium Root Beer made by the Point Brewery on tap!
Point After offers many choices for your Friday fish fry needs. Check out the haddock that can be beer battered, season breaded, cajun pan-fried or lemon pepper pan-fried. With many other options such as the shrimp fry, fish tacos, salmon, blackened tuna steak, beer battered fish sandwich, and fish Reuben you will be sure to leave happy and stuffed. Head out for an early bird special when you can snag a $2.50 old-fashioned from 3-6pm to sip along with your fabulous fish!
Check out more restaurants like River's Bar and Supper Club, Final Score, Bullheads Bar & Grill, PJ's Restaurant and Paradise Restaurant & Bar for more fish fries. Learn more about other restaurants in the Stevens Point Area here.
Join our Tastebud Tour
Enter for a chance to win the Tastebud Tour (including a tour and tasting at Great Northern Distilling, a chef's pairing dinner at [a-soshel], and an amazing brunch at Father Fats!)
Then, join the fun and add your photo, by including @stevenspointarea on Instagram, or using hashtag #StevensPointArea.