The 11th Annual Corpus Christi/Saint Rose Community Fish Fry Dinners will be hosted at Corpus Christi on March 15, March 29, and April 12.
We invite all parishioners to bring their families, friends and neighbors and enjoy a delicious fish dinner. Menu includes crispy, beer-battered fish, golden french fries, fresh coleslaw, dessert and a beverage. Prices are $7.00 (1-piece), $8.00 (2-piece), and $9.00 (3-piece). We also have a grilled cheese option for $5.00. Seating’s are from 4:30 – 7:00 pm. Reservations are required for guaranteed seating. New this year we are offering a $1.00 off discount for reservations for the 4:30 and the 7:00 seatings only. We will be firm with the capping the seatings at 75 people to ensure a quality meal and experience. All reservations must be confirmed by noon on the day of the Fish Fry to be honored. Please call Maureen Connelly at the Corpus Christi Parish Office at 651.639.8888 to reserve your seat today! Come to one or all three and enjoy great food and great company. Is this your first time joining us?
Here are a few reviews from past fish fry events:
“The fish dinner was FABULOUS! The fries were perfect, the fish was outstanding the dessert’s were a great and unexpected surprise!“
“The food was excellent. The opportunity to do it jointly with St. Rose was great for community building.”
“We try to attend two new fish fry dinners each Lenten season and this particular meal was by far and away the best we have ever tasted. The fish was absolutely superb and the fries crispy.”
“I take my mom to quite a few different fish fries at different churches around the Twin Cities, so we have a pretty good knowledge of what is out there. Corpus Christi’s has the best fish by far. Most places are more school cafeteria-like (though I remember eating many lunches in there years ago). Other places are about walking through the food line, which is hard for my mom since she can’t carry a plate, a beverage, and her cane too. It is really nice to be served, and the servers actually do a better job than what I have seen in some restaurants.”