Fridays during Lenten season may mean no meat, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a great meal at one of Hancock County’s many restaurants! We strongly recommend calling the restaurant of your choice ahead of time for reservations.
Sit Down and Enjoy
Fins Seafood & Grille
1801 Broad Ave., Findlay
Seafood is Fins specialty (they actually made this list of best seafood restaurants in Ohio!) which makes it a perfect spot for dinner on Fridays. Whether you are looking for lobster, crab, scallops, oysters, or fish, Fins has it and plenty of other options. Plus, if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch after church, Fins has a fantastic brunch buffet from 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Sundays! FinsSeafoodAndGrille.com
Cedar Valley Cafe
1132 Tiffin Ave., Findlay
Cedar Valley Cafe specializes in Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisine but we LOVE their salads. They’re large, filling, and nearly all of them are Lenten-friendly. They also have a great variety of vegetarian options, many Lenten-friendly appetizers (they have amazing hommous!), and it is great for the whole family. CedarValleyCafe.com
Oler’s Bar & Grill
708 Lima Ave., Findlay
Oler’s is the best-known secret in Findlay and for good reason, their food is great and margaritas are even better! When looking for a Lenten meal, try their fish tacos or a cheese quesadilla! Something you wouldn’t expect to enjoy at a Tex-Mex restaurant is a fish sandwich, but you should definitely trust us and try it! OlersBarAndGrill.com
Logan’s Irish Pub
414 S. Main St., Findlay
Is there anything better than a traditional fish and chips? Get it at Logan’s Irish Pub and you won’t be disappointed! Fish and chips is just one of the many Lenten friendly meal options on the menu, and nearly all the appetizer options are also great for Lent! LogansIrishPubFindlay.com
510 S Blanchard St.
Bread Kneads’ claim to fame is their butterflake rolls, and with good reason! But their salads are second to none, choose one that is ready for pick up or build your own at the salad bar, which hosts many organic options! Facebook.com
The Baker’s Café
105 E. Sandusky St.
We Serve. Coffee.
114 E. Sandusky St., Findlay
Looking for a great lunch option during Lent? Look no further than We Serve. Coffee. We Serve. has some great salads, but their veggie paninis are unique, tasty, and filling. Plus, 100% of profits go to both local and global needs. WeServeCoffee.org
Need dinner and need it fast? Head to the drive-thru at Culver’s, they offer both cod and walleye served as a sandwich or basket. No matter what you choose you have to try their frozen custard! Culvers.com
If seafood and isn’t your thing, get adventurous with these vegetarian options
Lenten-Friendly Restaurant Week
Don’t worry about not having any Lenten friendly options during Restaurant Week – plenty of locations offer a non-meat or fish selection or substitution for each course! Fins Seafood & Grille, Mancy’s Steakhouse, The Gathering and Gathering Wine, The Greek Garden, The Bistro on Main, The Wine Merchant, Logan’s Irish Pub, Gillig Winery, Fireside Brick Oven Pub and Grill, Findlay Brewing Company, The Dark Horse Restaurant, Cedar Valley Cafe, Stix, Campus Pollyeyes, Vivir Modern Mexican, and Dougie John’s Pizza all feature menus with Lenten-friendly choices. See all the menus here!
No matter where you are dining on Fridays, make sure you take advantage of all of our restaurants every day of the week!