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Best Seafood: Beer & Fish Company

Location: Fargo

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Beer & Fish earned Best Seafood in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel winning the Best Seafood category?

“That’s great. We work our butts off to do it,” said Bert Meyers, who co-founded Beer & Fish, as well as Dempsey’s and Wurst Bier Hall with his wife, Lisa, and brother Klaus.

What’s made Beer & Fish such a success?

“People are loving our cod fish and chips and lobster mac and cheese. Our pasta dishes do well and so do our tacos. We just started a lobster ravioli and a wild rice risotto,” Meyers said. “We sell more than 300 pounds of cod a week and 300 pounds of walleye fingers a week. And 100 pounds of halibut. That’s a lot for a fish shop.”

  • Second place: Izumi Sushi & Hibachi
  • Third place: Red Lobster
  • Fourth place: Oasis Restaurant & Bar
  • Fifth place: Deep Blue Seafood

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