Skip’s Fish Fry Grand Opening Set May 3; Missile Motorsports No. 00M SBS to be Displayed May 5

OSWEGO, NY – Skip’s Fish Fry of Oswego will hold its official grand opening ceremony with the city of Oswego on May 3 at 2 p.m.

Located at 42 W. Second St., Skip’s Fish Fry is Oswego’s only authentic New England style fish fry.

As a small and locally owned family business, the main focus of Skip’s Fish Fry is to bring freshly sourced seafood from the wharfs of Boston.

Skip’s proudly offers fresh haddock, scallops, shrimp, and a host of other salt-water treasures that customers have fallen in love with since December.

Oswego Speedway also recently announced that Skip’s Fish Fry will be available in the main and pit concessions at the ‘Steel Palace’ in 2018. Skip’s will offer its host of seafood options on race nights as well as being the exclusive provider of Hofmann hot dogs at the Speedway this season.

A full Speedway menu from Skip’s Fish Fry will be available soon.

As a part of the Skip’s Fish Fry grand opening celebration, the Missile Motorsports No. 00M Small Block Super driven by Dan Kapuscinski will be on display at the restaurant during the afternoon of May 5.

Fans are encouraged to stop by through the day to take photos, take a seat behind the wheel, or just get up close and personal with the No. 00M machine before, or after, stopping inside Skip’s Fish Fry for a fantastic meal.

Raffle tickets for a brand-new Champion Generator or a pair of Budweiser International Classic Weekend pit passes will also be available during the day for only $10. The raffle drawing will take place during the Speedway’s autograph night on June 16. For ticket information find Kapuscinski on Facebook, visit the No. 00M team on race days, or e-mail [email protected]

For more information on Skip’s Fish Fry, visit www.skipsfishfry.com and like on Facebook at www.facebook.com/skipsfishfry.

Missile Motorsports and Skip’s Fish Fry will first hit Oswego Speedway at its open practice session scheduled for May 19 before coming back for the Speedway’s 68th annual season opening Tony White Memorial 35 on May 26.