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Places to get fish and chips in Brockton, Easton, Bridgewater


Kathy Bossa
 
| The Enterprise

Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent, which includes the long-standing Catholic tradition of not eating meat on Fridays during the 40-day period.

It’s common for some to substitute meat with fish — particularly a fish and chips dinner.

If you happen to be looking for a place in the Brockton area to get your fish and chips this Lent season, we’ve done some of the work for you.

Here’s a list of local places to get not just fish and chips but other delicious seafood meals for your meat-less Friday dinners. 

McMenamy Seafood (Brockton)

McMenamy Seafood, at 810 Belmont St. in Brockton, offers a fish and chips basket that includes fresh Nantucket scrod, fries, coleslaw and tartar sauce. Specials for Lent include a family fish feed with haddock, French fries, rolls, coleslaw and tarter sauce that serves four to six people, or a Captain’s Seafood Platter with a mixture of seafood, with French fries, onion rings, coleslaw and tarter sauce for two people. “When you eat at McMenamy Seafood, you’ll find the freshest New England seafood in town,” according to its website.

Maguire’s Bar and Grill (Easton)

Maguire’s Bar and Grill, at 503 Foundry St. in North Easton, has fish and chips with lightly battered haddock, French fries, homemade tartar sauce and coleslaw. Other seafood offerings include lobster mac and cheese, lobster caprese, lobster club, fish tacos, blackened shrimp pasta, grilled salmon, baked scallops and more. Maguire’s offers inside and outside seating and curbside pickup to go.

Frank’s Restaurant (Brockton)

Frank’s Restaurant, at 265 N. Pearl St. in Brockton, not only offers fish and chips, but a variety of fried fish, whole clams, a seafood plate and more. The restaurant has been in business in Brockton for 51 years, offering more than just seafood. “The restaurant opened in Brockton in 1970. People come from out of town to visit Frank’s and they say the food is exactly the same as it was when the left, and they look forward to that,” said owner Frank Caswell. “The consistency and quality of food is what has given us the ability to be in Brockton for half a century.” 

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North End Market & Deli (Brockton)

North End Market & Deli, at 1123 N. Main St. in Brockton, has a variety of fresh seafood for Lenten Fridays, including a fish and chip plate, clam strips, lobster roll, haddock au gratin, salmon, a seafood platter and more. According to its website, “If you are looking for a family fish feed …The North End has that for you too.”

Barrett’s Alehouse

Barrett’s Alehouse has Brockton-area locations at 425 Bedford St. in Bridgewater and 647 W. Center St. in West Bridgewater that offer fish and chips with fried haddock, French fries, coleslaw and tartar sauce. Also on the menu is New England-style baked haddock and fish tacos.

Staff writer Kathy Bossa can be reached by email at kbossa@enterprisenews.com. Support local journalism by purchasing a digital or print subscription to The Enterprise today.



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