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HuHot Mongolian Grill closes Grand Forks location

Management made the announcement on Dec. 30, according to the restaurant’s social media page. No reason was given for the closure, and management declined to respond to a request for comment.

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The HuHot Mongolian Grill on S. Columbia Road has closed. Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
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GRAND FORKS — HuHot Mongolian Grill in Grand Forks has closed.

Management made the announcement on Dec. 30, according to the restaurant’s social media page. No reason was given for the closure, and management declined to respond to a request for comment.

“It is with a heavy heart that I make this post,” wrote a management representative in the post announcing the close. “Yes, the rumors are true. HuHot is permanently closed in Grand Forks. We will miss all of you greatly, and appreciate the Grand Forks community and all of our customers.”

According to that post, people who have questions about gift cards for the restaurant can contact management at hhgrandforks@pentexrg.com.

The restaurant was in operation for eight years in Grand Forks. It opened in December 2014, according to Herald archives. There are two other HuHot restaurants in North Dakota, located in Fargo and Bismarck.

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HuHot Mongolian Grills, LLC is headquartered in Missoula, Montana. There are nearly 60 locations of the restaurant, which is a franchise operation, across 17 states.

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