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Back by popular demand – the 8th annual Good Friday Fish Fry!
This is a very short ride with the sole purpose of getting some good eats with friends while also riding our bikes.
Good Friday is April 19th this year, We will meet up at OTB in SouthSide around Noon for a beverage with wheels on the ground at 1pm.
– The church is only about four flat miles from OTB via the SouthSide trail with less than half a mile of on street riding needed. The pace will be slow and conversational.
-They have both baked and fried fish, soup & a decent dessert table. The sandwich is big and I think a good value. You will be full for $10 or less.
-Seating is family style at long tables and even though the hall can get rather crowded, we have had success sitting mostly together since we split the lunch/dinner crowd.
-The church doesn’t have bike racks (boo… ) but there is an iron fence that they don’t seem to mind us locking to.
-If the weather is nice we usually add a bonus post-eats slow ride along the river to work off some of our meal.
Always a good time and the food is both good and plentiful. Thanks and I’ll see you at OTB.
I’m Jewish and vegetarian, so I double strike out, but what church do you guys ride to?
^Holy Angles Catholic church on Baldwin rd. We’ve had Jewish friends with us in the past so that’s not an issue… but I’m afraid their vegetarian fare is limited to the coleslaw and I’m sure that has mayo in it so no vegans.
Any complaints about the menu, take it up with Jesus Christ. He’ll be back in the office on Monday.
Haha. It’s the vegetarian that makes me a party pooper.
I figured from the ride description that it was the same place the Hays Woods meeting was recently.
The next ride needs to be a Greek Food Festival (Oakland?) ride
Sounds like a good ride. You organize it, I’ll be there.
Check back here tomorrow morning. We’ll still ride/eat if it’s a light rain, but I think I’ll cancel if it’s thundering, etc. I’ll post by 11 am.
It looks pretty good on radar at the moment. A little bit of green trying to work it’s way into the area, but that should be very light.
See you at Noon
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