Students enjoy the Friday fish fry at Lou and Mary Anne’s Bar in Bee. Photo courtesy Graham Friske.
By Graham Friske
Lou and Mary Anne’s Bar in Bee serves fried fish platters every Friday night that are delicious, according to Concordia students.
The platter can be either half a pound of fish for $8.50 or a full pound for $15.50. It is accompanied by crunchy crinkle fries, tangy coleslaw and buttery sourdough bread.
“I definitely would have more if I wasn’t so stuffed,” sophomore Emily Rasmussen said.
Students are likely to go to the fish fry more than once upon finding out about the hidden gem.
“Next time I’m getting the double platter,” freshman Cole Hammond said. “It was so good.”
One more feature of the bar is its sense of tradition. Employee Pam De Vino is the daughter of the founder Lou Dart. Her energy and enthusiasm give customers one more reason to appreciate the restaurant.
The bar is located on 176 Elm St. in Bee, Nebraska. From campus, it is located about 10 miles north, amounting to a 15-minute drive.