It is Lenten season and for many that means no meat on Fridays, however that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy some great meals out in Findlay and Hancock County.
Fins Seafood & Grille
As the only locally owned seafood restaurant in Findlay Fins Seafood & Grille has to be at the top of any Lenten-friendly list! With a variety of fish and seafood dishes there are plenty of options for dinner every Friday night.
Fergie’s Burgers, Fries, and Pies
You can still enjoy a fried fish sandwich and support local! Fergie’s Burgers, Fries, and Pies has a couple Lenten-friendly specials that will hit the mark…and luckily Fergie’s famous tots are meat-free!
Logan’s Irish Pub
Is there anything better than a traditional fish and chips? Logan’s Irish Pub is the best place to go every Friday for your fried fish fix. If you’d rather pass on fried fish there are plenty of other meat-free options on the menu!
The Dark Horse Restaurant
The Dark Horse Restaurant has a rotating Friday night fish special through Lent – and all are going to be great. There are plenty of other great non-meat items on the menu for you to enjoy every other day of the week (along with a couple of their amazing margaritas!)
The Baking Company & Bread Kneads
We Serve. Coffee.
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.
Have you visited Greenhorn, located in Bluffton, yet? Greenhorn is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant with a menu full of plant-based goodness with locally sourced and organic ingredient making it a great spot during Lent.
The Baker’s Café
If you have a sweet tooth and need a Lenten friendly lunch, head to The Bakers Café. They have great sweet treats, but also fantastic salads, soup, quiche, and non-meat sandwiches.
No matter where you are dining on Fridays, make sure you take advantage of all of our restaurants every day of the week!