Today is Ash Wednesday, in the Catholic Church. Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, the 46-day season prior to Easter where the faithful give up some form of luxury as a form a penitence. This luxury usually tends to be a food indulgence, such as chocolate or soda. The Lent observers here at Breslow Partners are giving up chocolate and french fries, respectively.
Another part of observing Lent is abstaining from eating meat on Ash Wednesday and every Friday during Lent. Fish is A-okay, though.
If you are an observer of Lent, or even if you just love to dine on delicacies from the sea, may we recommend to you a few places to dine out on Fridays during Lent that will make you forget what a hamburger even is:
- Sushi at Nectar (try the King Kong Roll)
- Grill Fish Cafe‘s whole grilled Bronzino
- The scallops at Gemelli on Main
- Xochitl‘s ahi tuna ceviche
- Meme‘s sizzling mussels