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This Terrific Google Fish Fry Map will Lent You a Hand

Looking for a delicious battered fish sandwich or golden-brown pierogies on Friday? Here’s a handy guide, complete with directions.




 

Wait, you’re telling us that the six weeks of Lenten observation is supposed to be a sacrifice? In Pittsburgh, it’s a glorious time of lightly battered fish coated with lemon juice on a soft bun with a side of buttery, golden-brown pierogies, eaten while seated next to interesting characters in a church basement.

Lent is old-school fun. Lent is the best.

Now, thanks to this custom Google Map of Lenten Fish Fries around Pittsburgh, you can find the nearest Friday feast faster than you can say “Amen.”

Once you click on the fish fry you want to visit, up pops menu information, times and dates, cost and the ever-important link to directions.

Check out the Facebook page for photos of fish fries from around the region as well as other updates.

God bless technology.
 

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