What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
Hen House Bar & Restaurant
Moorhead’s newest sports bar is a combination of the former bar, Brewtus Brickhouse, and Dilworth’s Red Hen Taphouse.
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
With two separate concepts, 701 Eateries truly has something for any mood. The building was originally built in 1919 as Fargo’s Acme Dairy and was recently renovated into this gathering place for all to enjoy each other’s company, tell stories, and eat some great food. 701 also sources their foods nearby, for example, …READ MORE
46 North Pints & Provisions
Named for Fargo’s latitude, this cozy-yet-modern American eatery in downtown Fargo serves artisan eats (bison meatloaf, anyone?) and an extensive bar. 46 North Pints & Provisions is a full-service restaurant that is located in the ROCO building in downtown Fargo. Open to all-ages, it seats 167 with a full bar and serves artisan …READ MORE
O’Kelly’s Tastes & Toddies
Recently renovated, you’ll find O’Kelly’s tucked into The Biltmore On Main hotel. Great bar food and classic American entrees fill the menu, but you’ll also find one distinct item: Lahvosh. This cracker bread is loaded with delicious toppings and served hot.
Known for their excellent Sunday brunch, Granite City serves great American cuisine every day of the week. Inside, they also have a microbrewery so you can sample one of their locally-brewed beers with your meal.
Brewtus’ Brickhouse Tavern West Fargo
Sloppy Joes – a Midwest must-try – and other pub foods also fill the menu. Firing up their custom firebrick oven from Italy, Brewtus’ Brickhouse will dish out New York-style pizza. 11 wing sauces will give you a variety of options when picking out your upcoming meal. Plus, Brewtus’ is kid-friendly all day.
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
Wild Bill’s Sports Saloon
Classic bar food in an Old West setting. 22 wing sauces and rubs to choose from, fresh burgers, homemade chicken tenders, ribs, and a peanut bar, plus nightly drink specials. Take on the Reaper Challenge and tackle Wild Bill’s hottest wings.
The Boiler Room
The Boiler Room sits one floor down off of Fargo’s main street, Broadway, and serves quirky dishes like Scotch eggs and Knoephla soup. You’ll also find poutine, crab-cake sandwiches, meatloaf, and other decadent main meals, an all-day brunch menu for diehard breakfast lovers, and specialty Bloody Mary bars and brunches on the weekends.”