WEDNESDAY MAY 30th

{*UK's Fish & Chips Day Started in 2016 and will be on June 1st, 2018}

103lbs Cod Reeled in by Mr Eisele, In Norway!

Fish & Chips Day (Irl)

Okay, its only a trade association promotion in Ireland,

but we liked it so much we decided to "Inter-nationalize" the day & the deal!

          The Irish Traditional Italian Chippers Association started recognizing the important heritage that can be traced back to the very first Fish & Chip shop in the country! Turns out that the first Fried Fish house was opened by Sol Donato, a recent immigrant to Ireland from Southern Italy in 1880's.   In subsequent years, many of his neighbors, family & friends from that same small village moved out to Ireland and opened their own shops.!

 

           England's first shop was opened a decade or two before by Joe Malin, who opened his shop to sell "Fried fish in a Jewish fashion" with Chips!  Every visitor to towns, villages and crossroads near pubs and bus stops in Ireland has seen The Van, a chipper on wheels, the take away... and on this day we celebrate all the late night meals served with a smile and a nod, AND YOU GET.......

 

 Half-Price

Fish & Chips

All Day!

Served in a basket with Coleslaw, and Tartar sauce on the side.

This Offer is good for Dine-In Guests only, as long as our supply lasts! 

In the USA ... only valid at Trinity Hall Irish Pub!

If you are planning a visit to the pub for Lunch, do us a favor and give us a call to tell us

how many in the party, we'l get your table started before you arrive

 The Cod we serve is caught by sustainable methods from the Barents Sea where Cod stock and biomass are holding or improving, as reviewed by MSC  and recertified as sustainable June 2017

NO COUPON REQUIRED*,  EVERYONE QUALIFIES BY ASKING*

Only valid on Wednesday May 30th, 2018 * until we sell out. 

*Dine In Only - Take Out will be offered at regular retail price. 

PLEASE COME EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

WE CAN NOT OFFER RAINCHECKS ON PROMOTIONAL DEALS!!

 

French vessel "ALF" in Irish Sea storm!