Frankly Friday Fish Fry @ Six Mile Bridge + Frankly on Cherokee

Posted by Anne McCullough on February 6, 2018 | Comments Off on Frankly Friday Fish Fry @ Six Mile Bridge + Frankly on Cherokee

Frankly Friday Fish Fry
@ Six Mile Bridge + Frankly on Cherokee


Six Mile Bridge, 11841 Dorsett Road, Maryland Heights 63043

Frankly on Cherokee 2744 Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 63017


WHEN: Every Friday during Lent February 16th – March 23rd

@Six Mile Bridge Beer from 5PM until sold out.

@Frankly On Cherokee from 11AM until sold out.



Frankly Sausages and Six Mile Bridge have joined forces again to celebrate a St. Louis area tradition – Lenten Fish Fry.

Chef Bill Cawthon will be preparing fresh, never frozen line caught, Alaskan cod, hand-battered with Six Mile Bridge Irish Red Ale Beer Batter, alongside Frankly Sausages famous hand cut fries. In addition to the fish fry, the truck will be serving its full, regular menu. Keep an eye out for other special items.
Community is a foundational principal for Six Mile Bridge, and that is what the spirit of a fish fry is all about—bringing people together to enjoy an evening with friends and family. Six Mile Bridge will have 8 beers on draft in addition to wine, hard cider and soft drinks. All ages are welcome.


BOTH locations will serve the fish fry and feature a Six Mile Bridge beer at $2 off regular pricing.


*Every week last year we sold out of fish by around 7 at Six Mile Bridge. In an effort to ensure a smooth process this year, we’ve created a new waiting area called, “The Brewer’s Lounge.” Guests will be able to put their name in for a table with the hostess and make their way to an area among the barrels where they will be able to order appetizers and drinks and play games while they wait for their table for their entrees. Patience is a must for fresh, hand-breaded fish cooked to order and we want to make your wait as enjoyable as possible!



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