Tag: Fish Fry Guys

Our Mother Of Sorrows

Our Mother Of Sorrows

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The weekend before Good Friday is always bittersweet for the Fryars.

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Legendary Guardian Angels

Legendary Guardian Angels

| April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

In the citywide circle of Fry-goers, Guardian Angels fish is legendary.

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Great Brew And Bites At St. Agnes

Great Brew And Bites At St. Agnes

| March 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

With St. Matthews, Shively, the East End and Portland all under the belt, the Fryars took the 2013 Challenge to the Highlands to visit St. Agnes. In a neighborhood known for – among other things – great brew and great bites, expectations were high as the Fryars rolled in. And St. Agnes lived up to the hype!

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March Madness At Holy Trinity

March Madness At Holy Trinity

| March 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

For the Fryars, there’s no better time than March, when we get to enjoy fish, beer and hoops. This past weekend we hit the trifecta with our favorite teams and favorite foods all featured at Holy Trinity, where the Fryars celebrated March Madness with some great grub and cold beers.

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Friendliness Reigns At Good Shepherd

Friendliness Reigns At Good Shepherd

| February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The second week of the 2013 Fish Fry Challenge is in the books, and the Fryars are 2 for 2. Last Friday we visited Good Shepherd, formerly known as Our Lady before its merger with St. Cecilia and St. Anthony, and one of the most historic parishes in Louisville. Located on Rudd Avenue in Portland, it’s one of the last remaining Catholic parishes in this friendly, celebrated neighborhood.

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Fishing for Perfection: Part III

Fishing for Perfection: Part III

| March 29, 2012 | 1 Comment

A few years ago, Tony Colyer bragged to some former high school buddies that his alma mater (St. Bernard ’97) had the best fish in town.

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Fishing For Perfection: Part II

Fishing For Perfection: Part II

| March 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

A few years ago, Tony Colyer bragged to some former high school buddies that his alma mater (St. Bernard ’97) had the best fish in town.

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