Tired of Fried Fish? Local Restaurants Offer Tasty Alternatives

Crab Cake Reuben at 6 North Cafe
Crab Cake Reuben and pasta salad at 6 North Café

Are you tired of fried fish Fridays? Many local restaurants offer tasty alternatives. Give them a try!

Cappuccino’s Restaurant, O’Fallon

Shrimp Poorboy: Fried shrimp, lettuce, tomato, and Cajun mayo on a hoagie roll served with fries, $8.99.

The Tattooed Dog, Wentzville

Vegetarian Bella Burger: Portobello mushroom, Guinness braised onions, pepper jack cheese, roasted garlic aioli and spring greens on a corn-dusted Kaiser roll, $10.25.

Crab Cake Reuben at 6 North Cafe
Crab Cake Reuben and pasta salad at 6 North Café

6 North Café, Wentzville

Crab Cake Reuben: Two crab cake patties and sauerkraut with tartar sauce on seeded rye bread. Served with one side (chips, pasta salad, side salad or mac-n-cheese), $9.50.

West Allen Grill, Wentzville

Try the Grilled Salmon (8 oz. marinated and charbroiled, and topped with lemon dill butter, $14.99) or the Fresh Fruit and Tuna Salad (homemade tuna salad with fresh melon, tomato, egg, pickles, olives and crackers, $8.99)

Daddy Ray Fish Burger
Daddy Ray Fish Burger at Daddy Ray Burgers, O\’Fallon

Daddy Ray Burgers, O’Fallon

Fish Burger: Premium whitefish, lettuce and remoulade sauce, $6.50.

 

And for the traditionalists out there who prefer their fish fried:

Pezzimenti Cafe Fried Fish
Pezzimenti\’s Café\’s Fried Fish and Hush Puppies

Pezzimenti’s Café, Wentzville

Freshly breaded whitefish fillet, homemade hush puppies, and vinaigrette cole slaw, $9.

McGurk’s Public House, O’Fallon

Fish and Chips: Lager-battered fish and chips with a traditional New England tartar sauce, $11.50 – 13.95.