EatBeat: Mo's Cafe is a convenient place for late breakfast and so much more

A convenient place for late breakfast, lunch or in between meals snacks. The menu also offers take out items and catering.

Marilyn Hagerty
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GRAND FORKS — Mo’s Café offers all day breakfast including banana foster cakes made of three pancakes and finished with roasted bananas, walnuts, cinnamon and a rich brown sugar and butter sauce.

There are choices of eggs benedict, eggs Florentine and crab cake benedict. And there are omelettes of various descriptions including the Popeye which is made with spinach and oven dried tomatoes with cheddar cheese.

The restaurant in the Grand Cities Mall serves soups made from scratch without using bases. And the menu includes a section for the “really hungry.”

There’s Mo’s Meatloaf on the portion of the menu “for the real hungry.” This also includes Norwegian salmon filet served with garlic mashed potatoes.

Chef Beaumier, who now owns and operates the restaurant, says he is always open to suggestions. He says he wants to get out from the kitchen and talk with customers.


The restaurant succeeds others that have been in the same business in the South Forks mall. It serves customers at a counter for eight and 12 tables.

Mo’s Café
1726 S. Washington St.

Suite 31

Telephone: 701-757-0319

Owner-chef: Colin Beaumier

Hours: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday

Seating capacity: 60


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