NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Week four (our final week) of the citywide, curbside fish-fry pickup to-go takes place on Good Friday and will include meals from Costera, Galatoire’s, Patois, and Ralph’s on the Park. Restaurants will serve their own curbside, to-go menus adhering to all safety regulations. Each will offer fried or grilled fish options served with a side dish. In addition, $2 per meal will be donated to the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation earmarked specifically for their Hospitality Cares Pandemic Response Fund

“We couldn’t think of a better way to help the community, our hospitality workers, and the fishermen who bring this bounty to our tables many who are now facing joblessness,” said Borges. “ A portion of the proceeds from each “fish-fry” will go directly to the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation earmarked specifically for their Hospitality Industry Worker Crisis Grants so they can assist those with the greatest need.”  
“We are honored to be part of a fundraising promotion that raises money for industry workers impacted by the pandemic and also helps to keep restaurant workers on the job,” said Jennifer Kelley, Executive Director of Louisiana Hospitality Foundation. “Our community understands and embraces the concept of a Friday Fish Fry, and really seem to be enjoying maintaining the tradition while also helping so many others.”
Tabasco® Brand has once again generously pledged to support the fundraising efforts with a matching donation to the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation. 
Friday, April 10, 2020

Beer battered catfish sandwich with slaw, pickled peppers and chips. ($15)
(4938 Prytania Street) 504-302-2332

Fried trout meunière amandine with summer squash ($15)
(209 Bourbon Street) 504-525-2021
Crispy fried catfish, potato salad, buttered green peas ($15)
(6078 Laurel Street) 504-895-9441
Ralph’s on the Park
Corn fried local catch, coleslaw, white remoulade, hush puppies**Photo below ($15)
(900 City Park Avenue) 504-488-1000

The Louisiana Hospitality Foundation is dedicated to supporting Louisiana’s hospitality industry workforce. Its community impact is delivered through two programs: Educations Grants and Hospitality Industry Worker Crisis Grants.