NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, and Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country are meeting Catholics where they are.

The fast-food chain is offering fish sandwiches and fish strips. The non-meat options will be available at select locations starting today through Saturday, April 20 — the day before Easter Sunday.

The deluxe Chick-fil-A fish sandwich. (credit: Chick-fil-A)

The Chick-fil-A Fish Sandwich consists of two breaded and deep-fried cod fillets on a toasted, buttered bun with pickles and a side of tartar sauce. Cheese, lettuce and tomato slices are included on the deluxe version.

Some locations are also offering a 2- or 3-count fish strip option.

Chick-fil-A has been offering the meatless options every Easter season since 2015.

Not every location will have the expanded menu so Chick-fil-A suggests you confirm with your local restaurant that it is offering the fish options.

Comments (4)
  1. Donna Hill says:

    Catholic CFA fan here… The picture looks delicious!

    I called thirteen (13) Chick fil a’s and found ONE that is participating! It is the one at Park and Plano Road. I live in downtown Dallas… would love to find one closer, but all the ones I called said, “No, sorry”…

    Would anyone else who finds participating CFAs in our area please post here? Thanks.

    1. Donna, I didn’t find a Chic-fil-a on Park & Plano Rd. Could you check again as to the location?

  2. I’m batting zero in locating a Chic fil A that’s offering fish sandwiches. I live in Allen and noticed the previous comment only found one location. Anyone know of additional locations offering fish for Lent?

    1. Donna Hill says:

      A fried told me the Chick fil a in Watauga (near FW) is participating. I know I am bummed.

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