What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
Blarney Stone at the Hotel Donaldson
Blarney Stone at the Hotel Donaldson offers a unique, upscale, authentic Irish experience. Hosting a range of 32 drafts, a great selection of Scotch and Irish whiskey, eclectic wines, frequent live music, and scratch made Irish entrees as well as American favorites, Blarney Stone has so much to offer. All ages are welcome …READ MORE
Sol Ave. Kitchen
The dynamic duo behind Luna Fargo launched this bright restaurant with globally (and thoughtfully) inspired street food with a Midwest twist. With food designed to make you smile, a bright exterior, and Junkyard Brewing right next door, they weren’t kidding when they said Sol Ave. brings happiness. Think salt & pepper chicken wings …READ MORE
Wurst Bier Hall West
Besides Norwegians and Scandinavians, German heritage runs deep in Fargo. Wurst Bier Hall is the perfect representation of it: plenty of beer (and boots to drink it from!), sausages, sauerkraut, and even knoephla and borscht soups.
Wurst Bier Hall
Besides Norwegians and Scandinavians, German heritage runs deep in Fargo. Wurst Bier Hall is the perfect representation of it: plenty of beer (and boots to drink it from!), sausages, sauerkraut, and even knoephla and borscht soups. Don’t know what those last three are? Head to the Wurst, sit at a long, communal wooden …READ MORE
Three Lyons Pub
Take a trip across the pond at this English-themed haunt. Amidst Union Jack flags, dine on British & American fare and sip on any of their 20+ beers. Go British and order Fish & Chips or Steak & Guinness Stew, or choose from their selection of burgers, sandwiches, or appetizers.
Sons of Norway
The Sons of Norway has a mission to preserve Norwegian heritage and culture in society, which they do (and do well). The Kringen Lodge #25 is just one of the ways they add some Norwegian flair to the Fargo community, by serving very Norwegian lunches every weekday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. …READ MORE
A Nordic-Jewish deli tucked into a mid-century modern antique shop. 1950s play ovens adorn the walls, and the open kitchen serves up small plates, house-made bagels (with schmear, of course), and delicious coffee every day of the week. One of the coolest breakfast/brunch spots in Downtown Fargo.
Blarney Stone Pub
You’ll feel like you’ve set foot on the Emerald Isle inside the Blarney Stone, with it’s wood-barrel tables, high leather seats, and tall bar. Order a Guinness along with your bangers and mash, Shepherd’s Pie, or Guinness Irish Stew (or opt for some amazing Irish Nachos with their specialty Dubliner Sauce as your …READ MORE