This is a past event.

Fish Fry and a Concert 

When: Fri., March 4 2011

It's fried fish and free Celtic folk music tonight at the West Side Irish-American Club. The group's popular Friday-night fish fries are now in full swing, with a menu of battered cod, steamed mussels, and a weekly non-fish special; depending on your appetite, an à la carte dinner generally will set you back around $8. According to club spokesman Ben Clingain, it's good family fun. "The place is usually mobbed with all ages — kids to grannies — and there's even a table where the children can draw and paint." Tonight's fry unfurls from 5 to 7:30 p.m.; after the dishes are cleared and the tables tucked away, Lake County band Loch Erie launches into a free concert of Irish folk, maritime tunes, and Christy Moore covers. Non-members are welcome, and reservations are not required; call 440-235-5868 for more information. The club is at 8559 Jennings Rd. in Olmsted Township. — Cicora


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