This fish 'n' chips shack ensconced in between Neumos and Moe Bar gets its fish fresh daily from the Mutual Fish Company and offers housemade sauces like tartar, preserved lemon aioli, and chili mayo, but it's still good 'n' greasy for when you're drunk. Of special note: the housemade slaw (super tart, made with red cabbage) and the slices of lemon they fry up and serve alongside the fish (unexpected, great). They will also sandwich anything on a Macrina roll for you (try the battered-and-fried shrimp), and it's open super late. Also, beer! Asked what they put into their batter to make it taste good—actual answer: paprika—one guy behind the counter said, "Marijuana." The other guy said, "Love."
This place is closed.
Pike Street Fish Fry
925 E Pike St,
Hours: Sun-Wed 11:30 am-midnight, Thurs-Sat 11:30-2:30 am
Cheap, Late-Night Dining, Takeout
New American, Pub Grub, Seafood
Full Menu, Wine & Beer Only