Tracks Tavern Has Great Fish Fries
Friday February 22nd marks Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent, and with it, the return of an annual Milwaukee tradition, the Friday night fish fry.
Eastsiders have long been acquainted with the fish fry at The Tracks Tavern and Grille. Located at the corner of Locust Street and Humboldt Avenue, this Riverwest mainstay has been serving fish fry on Wednesdays and Fridays since 1969.
Probably one of the most reasonably priced versions in town at $7.95, the Tracks fry consists of three pieces of breaded cod accompanied by coleslaw, fries and rye bread, and can be served broiled on request. A “Fisherman’s Delight ($9.95)” also includes lake perch and butterfly shrimp.
There’s a lot more to The Tracks than fish fry, however.
They offer both a Saturday and Sunday brunch beginning February 18th.
Add to this an impressive array of beers on tap and an array of well-paced HDTVs, and the Tracks makes for an easy local destination to unwind with friends and get some great food into the bargain.