Greater Lansing has great options for those who love fish and seafood of any kind - fried with house-made batter, baked in delicious seasoning and sushi. Let's not forget the sushi! Whether it's the Lenten season, or you just love some great fresh fish/seafood, here are some of our favorite fish-loving eateries in Lansing!
Harry’s Place has a menu full of a variety of different tasty foods, but if you are looking for fried fish, they’ve got you covered. This neighborhood bar & grill hosts a special Friday Fish Fry, every Friday during Lent. This special offers a 3 pc. or 5 pc. Cod Dinner. We know you’re sure to be swimming away with a full stomach and a smile!Read More
This Lenten season, Lansing Brewing Company is featuring white fish hand dipped in their Backstop Bock beer batter then fried to a golden crisp. Served with fries, house-made coleslaw and tartar, and a lemon wedge!
This mouthwatering dish is on the menu through April 9th. Don't wait to try it out!
While you may know Old Nation for their famous hazy beer; M-43, they also have a delicious fish dish. Their Shrimp ‘N’ Chips consists of popcorn shrimp served with your choice of potato and tartar sauce. Between you and me, I’d choose their unique coin-shaped tots or a cup of their beer cheese soup! Don't forget to check out their current Blackened Salmon Sandwich, which includes a brioche bun topped with blackened salmon, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and tartar sauce.Read More
Head over to East Lansing and dig into Dublin Square’s Fish & Chips dish with Guinness beer battered North Atlantic cod, served with a side of apple coleslaw and fries. They also have a decadent lobster mac or choose the char-grilled Norwegian salmon salad if you are looking for something a bit lighter!Read More
Stillwater Grill has great options for those looking for delicious fishy meal. You can choose your own fresh fish which can be grilled, blackened, broiled or fried. Or pick from some delicious meals on the menu including Crab Stuffed Salmon, Brew Pub Fish & Chips and more.Read More
With the word 'fish market' in their name, you should know that Mitchell’s has a big variety of fresh fish & seafood dishes to choose from. Dinners will delight, like the Lobster and Shrimp Stuffed Cod, Ginger Crusted Salmon, Pecan Crusted Trout, Cedar Planked Salmon and other delicious plates. Don’t forget to spoil yourself and try the freshly fried calamari!Read More
St. Johns Brewing Company is a full-service taproom & smokehouse serves smoked meats paired with their own delicious craft beers. On Fridays they offer 3 fillets of catfish lightly breaded in a seasoned cornmeal, served with a side of their house made mac & cheese and a mixed veggie blend!Read More
Favorite Sushi Places
I always wondered if sushi is always just raw fish? Not always. Raw fish is sashimi. Sashimi is just sliced raw fish, sometimes dipped in sauces and sometimes served with sushi. Sushi is a dish that incorporates vinegared rice, and usually served with some other ingredients.
Located in the Hannah Plaza directly across from MSU, SanSu has one of the largest sushi bars in town and a diverse menu including teriyaki to bentos and noodles. Perfect for lunch or dinner, find the finest fresh fish and their ability to create a variety of rolls which satisfy even the most adventurous of tastes.Read More
Located in the Eastwood Towne Center complex, P.F. Chang's serves up new age modern Asian cuisine with an extensive wine list and tempting desserts all served in a stylish bistro setting. We know you love the lettuce wraps, but their sushi is pretty darned good, too. Let their Dynamite Roll or the Kung Pao Dragon Roll light up your senses!Read More
Favorite Lenten Fish Fry
Want a true Fish Fry Friday? There’s something about the Lenten season and that oh-so-familiar smell of fish when you hit up a school/church gymnasium or veterans hall fish fry. Most include a 2-piece fish dinner with coleslaw, mac & cheese or some variation of that.
St Thomas Aquinas at St. Thomas Aquinas School Gym, 915 Alton Rd. East Lansing. Open 4-7 p.m. Fridays during lent, drive thru and dine in available. Dinner includes fried or baked fish, french fries, coleslaw, mac and cheese and a roll.
St. Mary's Williamston St. Mary Gym, 220 N Cedar St., Williamston. Open every Friday during lent 5-7 p.m. $12 dinner includes 2 pieces of fried haddock, mac n' cheese a drink and dessert.
St. Jude DeWitt 801 N Bridge St., Dewitt. Every Friday, February 24th - March 31st 4-7 p.m. All You Can Eat (dine-in only) Baked Cod & Fried Pollack, French Fries, Baked Potato, Macaroni & Cheese, Coleslaw, and Breadsticks, Adults: $20. Kids 12 and Under: $10. Take-Out Available
**Every effort was made to ensure this information is accurate. However, we suggest that you contact each restaurant directly for hours and details.