There's A Small Town In New York Known For Its Truly Epic Fish Fry
Last week we talked about some of the
best little food towns that are worth exploring in the Empire State, one of the many being the waterfront beauty that is Skaneateles. A favorite destination to visit out in the Finger Lakes, this small town is home to a variety of restaurants that draw in visitors from all over the state. But if there’s one restaurant that everybody’s heard of in town, it’s Skaneateles’ amazing fish fry that’s been open for over thirty years.
Home to a population of roughly 7,000 residents, the town of Skaneateles sits right on the northern shore of one of New York's most stunning bodies of water.
Just a quick minute away from the water, Doug's Fish Fry has been open since 1982 and continues to draw in crowds today.
Open all year long, Doug's get's their fish delivered straight from Boston all throughout the week and knows how to serve up a fresh meal.
In true fish fry fashion, you'll find a fish tank inside the restaurant and plenty of other hungry visitors who are eager to get their hands on Doug's food.
Fulfilling all your fish fry cravings, Doug's menu features fish, shrimp, clams, scallops, oysters, chicken and more.
During the summer when the town is most visited, you'll find a line out the door for people waiting to get their hands on Doug's delicious fish fry.
Homemade creations like their coleslaw, fresh french fries and tartar sauce get people to quickly fall in love with this small town restaurant.
With a welcoming group of people running this place and great homemade menu items, you can't go wrong with stopping into Doug's.
To find out more information and to view Doug's Fish Fry's entire mouthwatering menu,
How to get here:
8 Jordan Street Skaneateles, NY 13152
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