News Release
 February 24, 2022
CONTACT: Kathy Sautter
716 635 5577

Williamsville, N.Y. –Tops Friendly Markets, a leading full-service grocery retailer in New York, northern Pennsylvania, and Vermont, is ready for the Lenten season-are you? Ash Wednesday is around the corner, Wednesday, March 2, and we have the best deals in town on Buffalo’s favorite Fish Fry! Back by popular demand Tops Fish Fry dinners are available now thru April 16, 2022 which means you’ll have plenty of time to take advantage of the buy six get the 7th dinner free deal! Enjoy a premium beer battered haddock dinner which includes a dinner roll, cole slaw, tartar sauce and your choice of French fries or chef salad for just $9.99! Want to switch it up? We also offer scallops, shrimp and baked Mediterranean haddock dinners as well! Tops famous fish fry comes prepared hot and fresh throughout the day so you can order ahead and pick it up whenever the craving strikes! Plus your delicious meal is packaged in Tops Fish Fry boxes that ensure that your fish is still crisp and delicious during the trip home. Do you have a passion for food? So do we! Join the 28th largest supermarket chain in the country and do what you love every day-all while learning new skills, honing your craft, and growing as a leader. From various positions throughout our stores to warehouse opportunities and more, we just may have the perfect match for you! To learn more about the great opportunities that await you at your neighborhood Tops visit


About Tops Friendly Markets Based in Williamsville, NY, Tops Markets currently operates 150 grocery stores in New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont, including five that are run by franchisees. As the largest private, for-profit employer in Western New York, with over 14,000 associates, the company is dedicated to providing sustainably sourced, high-quality products, while helping its communities flourish via support for programs that eradicate hunger and disease, educate youth and reduce environmental waste and energy consumption. For more information, visit


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