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August 22, 20105.0
While not the production and lacking the excitement of a Door County fish boil (Fitzgerald’s keeps three small kettles on the fire throughout the evening and I never saw one boil over), the end result is fantastic. The history of the Octagon House is interesting, servers were attentive and friendly and the beer selection was good. All meals are served with coleslaw, rye bread, whole potatoes, whole onions. There are lemon wedges for the fish but no tartar sauce… our server recommended we bring our own for next time.
Cod instead of whitefish, boiled with potatoes and onions, doused in drawn butter (optional), this really hit the spot. I had a mad craving for a fish boil, and I might have to go back again tomorrow!
The chicken is cooked on the grill outside… you have your choice of wing, thigh and/or leg. Slightly overcooked and dry.
Fantastic! These ribs were fall-off-the-bone tender and the barbeque sauce… while slightly sweet (which I normally dislike)… was amazing!
These dishes from the Fitzgerald's Genoa Junction menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.