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THE EATBEAT: About Grand Forks Country Club

Grand Forks Country Club 794 12th Ave. N.E., south of Grand Forks Management: Mike Kellogg, president; Mike Delohery, food and beverage manager. Executive chef: Cory Campbell. Hours for dinner: 5 p.m. to closing Tuesday through Saturday; closed S...

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Grand Forks Country Club

794 12th Ave. N.E., south of Grand Forks

Management: Mike Kellogg, president; Mike Delohery, food and beverage manager.

Executive chef: Cory Campbell.

Hours for dinner: 5 p.m. to closing Tuesday through Saturday; closed Sunday, Monday night.

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Reservations: (701) 772-4831.

Pay: Major credit cards accepted.

Report card: One of the finest dining facilities in this area, the club temporarily is open to the public. Meals are excellent, with walleye almondine a signature item. Service is good. Inviting ambience in Pub or formal dining room overlooking golf course. Reservations recommended.

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