General Wooster’s

Friday Fish Fry




All You Can-Eat Fish Fry $10.95

Alaskan Pollack




Cod Fish Fry $11.99


Extra Pieces $1.50 Each




Broiled Cod $12.49








Baked Stuffed Cod Hollandaise $13.99

Stuffed With Nisleit’s Crabmeat Stuffing.









Fresh Lake Perch $15.99


Served with cole slaw, choice of potato,

and marble rye bread.

Home made potato pancakes

are just $1.50 extra.




On The Menu Daily:



Lake Perch Plate $14.99


Hand breaded fresh lake perch served with creamy

homemade cole slaw, rye bread and your choice of potato.


Canadian Walleye Almondine $17.99


Your choice of pan fried or broiled wild caught filet.

Served with your choice of potato and seasonal vegetables.



Broiled Tilapia $14.99


Two farm raised filets broiled and served with your

choice of potato and vegetables.




Grilled Salmon $16.99
8 oz. filet grilled and covered
with homemade creamy dill sauce.
How General Wooster’s
Got It’s Name
Port Washington was named for its natural port, and in honor of first President George Washington.

The area that became Port Washington was originally inhabited by the Sauk tribe of Native Americans, and later explored by the French in the late 17th century. In 1835, General Wooster Harrison became the town’s first permanent settler, in what he originally named “Wisconsin City.” Harrison later renamed the town “Washington”. Harrison’s wife, Rhoda, was the first white settler to be buried in the town, when she died in 1837. Around 1843 the name was changed to “Sauk Washington”. The town of Port Washington was formed in January 1846 and until 1847 included the surrounding areas and what is currently Fredonia, Saukville, and Belgium. The City of Port Washington was incorporated with its present name in 1882.