THE HILLSIDE FISH HOUSE

SINCE 1855

BECAUSE WE GENUINELY CARE
  
At The Hillside Fish House, the health and safety of our guests, team members and our communities are our highest priorities. Know that we are always taking steps to provide a safe environment for you. As a precautionary measure to address concerns surrounding the Coronavirus, we are doing the following:
*Reinforcing proper handwashing, hygiene and health standards with all team members
*Not permitting team members to work if they are sick
*increasing frequency of disinfection high traffic areas and door handles in the restaurant
*Extra sanitizing of tables, salt and pepper shakers, oil and vinegars and menus
*Making any adjustment to our restaurant operations to make your Hillside Fish House experience pleasant and healthy.

Thank you for your continuous support,
Tony Grenier and The Hillside Fish House Staff
  

                  LENTEN SPECIAL
                       
                                     
                                        Cod and Shrimp every Wednesdays and Fridays $16
                                                   Entree comes with soup/salad, bread, and a                                                                choice of potatoe. Available broiled too.

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WELCOME TO THE HILLSIDE FISH HOUSE

The Hillside Fish House, originally called The Marshland House, was built as a railroad junction hotel to accommodate the crews and passengers from the railroads. Local Indians brought walleye and game to trade for other necessities which ​​
The Marshland House served to their guests. In fact, as recent as the 1980's local fishermen would sell their fresh catch to the restaurant. Over the years, the place gained a reputation for serving good food, particularly walleye pike.
Many locals recall stories from their elders who traveled to Winona via the old wagon bridge that connected Wisconsin with Minnesota. These travelers would stop at the Hillside to warm their foot bricks in the fireplace and enjoy a good meal on their way home.  In the early 1900's, The Marshland House was sold to the Losinski family, who changed the name to The Hillside Tavern, then eventually The Hillside Fish House. Various members of the Losinski family operated the Hillside until the early 1990's when it was purchased by Tony Grenier.
 
Today, Tony Grenier and the staff at the Hillside proudly continue the tradition of hospitality established by the original owners. The building is small and has it's limitations, but it is the original building that has been in continuous operation for more than 150 years.

Restaurant Story
FOOD AND DRINK
Please feel free to look over our menus or come into the restaurant for our daily specials  
STEAKS
WE HAVE DELICIOUS NEW YORK STRIPS, RIBEYE STEAKS, CENTER CUT SIRLOIN STEAKS AND MANHATTAN CUT STEAKS.
  
SEAFOOD
WE HAVE A GREAT SELECTION OF FRESH AND SALTWATER FISH, LOBSTER, CRAB AND SCALLOPS.
PREMIUM WINES & SPIRITS
OUR SELECTION OF WINE, BEER AND SPIRITS ARE IMPRESSIVE

 
Chef recommendations
  1. Steak and Vegetables
    1
    Steak and Vegetables
  2. Walleye and Shrimp/Steak and Crab
    0
    Walleye and Shrimp/Steak and Crab
  3. Ribeye and Pan Fried Scallops
    2
    Ribeye and Pan Fried Scallops
  4. Mahi Mahi
    3
    Mahi Mahi
  5. The Hurrican Platter
    4
    The Hurrican Platter
  6. Frog Legs
    5
    Frog Legs
  7. Salmon
    7
    Salmon
  8. Bacon Wrapped Scallops
    8
    Bacon Wrapped Scallops
  9. Steak and Broiled Scallops
    9
    Steak and Broiled Scallops
  10. The Hurricane Platter
    11
    The Hurricane Platter
  11. Pan Fried Walleye
    12
    Pan Fried Walleye
  12. Steak and Batterfried Shrimp
    14
    Steak and Batterfried Shrimp
  13. Steak and Batterfried Shrimp
    16
    Steak and Batterfried Shrimp
  14. Martini
    6
    Martini
  15. Lemon Drop Martini
    10
    Lemon Drop Martini
  16. Manhattan
    15
    Manhattan
  17. Wine
    13
    Wine
  18. Cosmopolitan
    17
    Cosmopolitan
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