Blossom Heath Inn Features Friday Fish Fries During Lent

Blossom Heath Inn is featuring Fish Fries on Fridays during Lent.  Located at 24800 Jefferson on the Nautical Mile in St. Clair Shores, Blossom Heath is a local landmark a beautiful dining room.

The Lenten Fish Fries will be held every Friday during Lent from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. in their Main Dining Room.  The Fish Fry features beer battered cod, and two sides (choose from coleslaw, french fries, green beans, mac 'n cheese and house made chips).  Gluten-free options are available.  Diners can add a Sanders hot fudge cream puff for $5.  

Cost is adults $10, seniors $8 and children $6.  Carry out is also available by calling (586) 771-0511.

Blossom Heath Inn was established in 1911 and is a local landmark with history filled with stories and events of a bygone era.  Known for decades as a speakeasy and hot-spot during Prohibition, the Blossom Heath Inn has earned a reputation as beautiful venue for events of all kinds.  


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