Why do we eat fish on Good Friday?

FUN FACT >> The tradition of eating fish is believed to originate with the idea of fasting, not in the sense of abstaining from eating, but in the practice of abstaining from eating the flesh of warm-blooded creatures. This is supposed to be in respect to the Christian belief that Jesus, being a warm-blooded creature, died on Good Friday. But did you know that fish has been associated with sacred holidays even in pre-Christian times? As a direct result of this practice, the fish industry has flourished over the centuries. Centuries. Meatless days filled the medieval Christian calendar — not just on Fridays but also on Wednesdays and Saturdays, during Advent, Lent, and so on. The demand for fish grew, adding to the growth of the global fishing industry. Whether you celebrate Good Friday and Easter Weekend by eating fish or by just enjoying a good meal with the family, we have a menu for you! Check out below for our opening Hours Over Easter!

EASTER OPENING HOURS IN LITHGOW 🐣🍫

Frankie’s is open this Easter Long Weekend.

- Exciting seafood specials 🐟 - Takeaway still available 🥡

Seats are super limited. Get in early with your booking!!

Phone 02 6352 2477 to reserve a table or request a table online.


GOOD FRIDAY from 5 pm EASTER SATURDAY from 5 pm

EASTER SUNDAY from 5 pm

EASTER MONDAY CLOSED




EASTER OPENING HOURS IN ALBURY 🐣🍫 Hovell Bar & Grill is open as usual during the holidays, except for Monday. See hours below.

Seats are limited, so book to ensure you get a table.

Phone 02 6042 3900 to reserve a table


GOOD FRIDAY from 5:30 pm EASTER SATURDAY from 5:30 pm

EASTER SUNDAY from 5:30 pm

EASTER MONDAY IN-HOUSE GUESTS ONLY

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