We are now with social distancing guidelines for dine in and carry out. Please note that carryout orders are take in person only and not over the phone.
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The Women of Auxiliary of Slovak Club The American Slovak Club was founded on September 11, 1936. American Slovak Club Women’s Auxiliary was formed 54 years ago by a few women of the Slovak decent. The purpose was to help finance the new American Slovak Club being built on Broadway. On November 3, 1956, the new American Slovak Club was officially opened by Governor Frank Lausche. The Auxiliary decided to have Fish Fry Dinners every Friday from 11 to 8. The price was 80¢ a dinner. It included 8 oz. of perch, French fries, and coleslaw. The fresh fish was cleaned and prepared with a special recipe for breading. The coleslaw was freshly chopped, that morning, and a secret sauce used for the dressing. To this day, these recipes are still in use.
At the start, it was a little slow, but steady. There was one waitress and just a few working in the kitchen, but they kept on serving. Today, we have 6 waitresses every Friday and 12 kitchen help. During Lent, we double our staff. We have grown in the amount of people we serve and the menu we offer. Carry outs are available.
We have a backroom available for large families or parties. We are open every Friday, except if Christmas falls on that day.
American Slovak Club – We are known to have the BEST Fish in town AND it’s a great place to meet with friends! Come see us.