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Just a vinegar bottle's throw from the waterfront in Eureka, Gallagher's Irish Pub in the old Victorian Eagle House (139 Second St.) is frying up old-fashioned, beer-battered slabs of firm cod or salmon ($13-$14). Wash it down with a cold Harp and stroll the boardwalk after.

Mad River Brewing Company (101 Taylor Way, Blue Lake) opened its kitchen a year ago and has been thronged for fish and chips ever since ($11). The fish, dipped in the house beer batter, changes depending on the day, but the dilly tartar sauce flecked with pickled red onion is a mainstay.

Sit out back at the Lighthouse Grill (355 Main St., Trinidad) and take in actual sea air while you eat golden-fried local fish and hand-cut fries ($9). It's coming out nice and hot — sip some homemade iced tea from a mason jar while you wait.

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Jennifer Fumiko Cahill is the arts and features editor of the North Coast Journal. She won the Association of Alternative Newsmedia’s 2020 Best Food Writing Award and the 2019 California News Publisher's Association award for Best Writing.

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