I’ll disagree with the comments above a bit.
I do think you need more solar and an additional battery or two, but the dorm style fridges are doable, and a lot of people use them.
My diesel heater, 5.1 cubic foot “dorm style”fridge plus lights, a laptop chargers and a little bit of heat tape on a pipe, water pump and hot water heater will eat about 60-90ah at 24v overnight depending on the temp. The 5kw diesel heater eats most of it, surprisingly, and it’s way worse when it’s colder out. The 12 degree nights recently were 90ah nights, 25 degree nights are typically 60ah.
It’s important to translate to watts, though, so roughly 1500-2200 watt hours overnight. I think the fridge is about 700 watt hours over the course of 14 hours, and the diesel heater makes up 75% of the rest, more when it’s colder and the fan is on high all night. We’re pretty liberal with lights and Netflix on the laptop, usually doing dishes and running the pump a bit after dinner, and my whole setup is inefficient as I run a 24v inverter to power my house panel then an extension cord to the bus that powers my 12v charger that runs the lights, etc. so the 12v is all being converted twice and really dumb for the moment.