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Here's Your 2018 Guide To Louisville-Area Fish Fries

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Yes, it's Valentine's Day. You're sure to spot someone receiving fresh flowers today and if you're craving something sweet, you'll likely find it. And good luck getting in at almost any restaurant in town. Seriously, it's too late.

But it's also Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent and one of the most important days of the year for Roman Catholics. And come Friday, many of these Catholics will join non-Catholics to eat fish in a nearby parish hall.

Lenten Friday fish fries are a tradition in Louisville. And it's not just fried fish. Many churches serve baked fish, shrimp and oysters. You'll find pizza at several parishes, as well as various sides and homemade desserts.

It's a big deal here. So we couldn't let a year go by without assembling a list of Friday fish fries, hosted by Archdiocese of Louisville parishes. You can search by parish name or keyword, like "beer," "carry-out" or "mushroom," for example.

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Information as provided by parishes to the Archdiocese of Louisville.

Jonese Franklin is the WFPL Program Director and host of All Things Considered. Email Jonese at jfranklin@lpm.org.