Fat Tuesday, Ash Wednesday & Friday Fish Fry at the Ambassador!
You know Spring is right around the corner when it’s already Mardi Gras! Join us for lunch or dinner this week and enjoy our delicious Mardi Gras-inspired specials!
Fat Tuesday Specials:
CREOLE ANDOULLIE SAUSAGE & SHRIMP GUMBO
SOUP OF THE DAY: WHITE SEAFOOD BISQUE
Friday Fish Fry is back!
The modern fish fry tradition is strong in Wisconsin, where hundreds of eateries hold fish fries on Fridays and sometimes on Wednesdays. The Friday night fish fry is a popular-year round tradition in Wisconsin among people of all religious backgrounds. A typical Wisconsin fish fry consists of beer batter fried cod, perch, bluegill, walleye, smelt, or in areas along the Mississippi River, catfish. The meal usually comes with tartar sauce, French fries or German-style potato pancakes, coleslaw, and rye bread. The number of lakes in the state means that eating fish became a popular alternative. Scandinavian settlements in northern and eastern Wisconsin favored the fish boil, a variant on the fish fry, which involves heating potatoes, white fish, and salt in a large cauldron.
LENT FISH FRY Ash Wednesday and Fridays during Lent NEW ENGLAND CLAM CHOWDER | $6 SHRIMP ROLL | poached shrimp with old bay seasoning & chives with choice of fries, fruit or house salad $15 BEER BATTERED COD | coleslaw, rye, tartar sauce and choice of fries or marble potatoes $13 CORNMEAL CRUSTED WALLEYE | coleslaw, rye, tartar sauce and choice of fries or marble potatoes $16 PAN SEARED WALLEYE | apple pecan rice, roasted vegetables $18
**Cod & Walleye can be baked upon request**