LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO An Epic Food Crawl With Marilyn Hagerty
Originally published by The High Plains Reader on June 13, 2013
I never expected that, Oh my goodness, more drinks? would be a recurring thought running through my head on Thursday evening.
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STAFF BLOG GRAND FORKS GOURMET Roof's Open at Rhombus
Ah... the sunshine has started to warm up our, until now, tundra-like environment. The birds are back and the flowers not far. Oh, and the Rhombus rooftop is now open.
After a longer than normal wi... Posted on 4/26/13 at 5:21 PM
BEST FRIENDS ND Celebrate Earth Day with Best Friends
Join Best Friends for their Pizza Ranch Tip Night on Earth Day, Monday, April 22nd from 5pm to 8pm. Mention Best Friends (or bring in attached flyer) and Pizza Ranch will donate 10% to BFMP.
Dont forg... Posted on 4/22/13 at 10:48 AM
REALLY EATING Transformed
It was a transformation. I started with this some frozen green, yellow and red peppers, just thawing in bowl, a can of extra large black olives, a can of mushrooms and some homemade pizza sauce that ... Posted on 4/13/13 at 8:58 PM
Local owner plans to eventually open 11 more restaurants in North Dakota, Minnesota A new pizza place is open for business in south Grand Forks. Marco’s Pizza opened Jan. 25 at 3901 S. Washington St., taking up about 2,100 square feet of the former Grand Storage building that was converted to a strip mall with room for three businesses.
Grand Forks pizza place also could expand to other nearby towns Deek’s Pizza began leasing a space in Fargo at 702 N. University Drive in November, and owner Derrick Kuenzel said crews have been working ever since to get it ready to open in late January or early February.
Local owner plans to open 12 restaurants across N.D., northern Minnesota over next 5 to 7 years. Construction could begin by the end of the week on the first Marco’s Pizza franchise in the region. The restaurant will take up about 2,100 square feet of the existing Grand Storage building at 3901 S. Washington St., which will be converted to a strip mall with room for three businesses.
The storefront is diminutive – an unassuming Main Avenue location nestled between a coffee shop and a community church. The sign is modest. Everything else about Rhombus Guys pizza is kind of a big deal.
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