Best Bar: Legends Sport Bar & Grill

Location: Moorhead

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Legends Sport Bar & Grill has been named Best Bar in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What does winning mean to you?

“It more than fills our team’s cup,” Co-owner Marissa West said. “It’s the greatest award to receive from the community, just the biggest thank you.”

What makes your bar unique and a favorite with customers?

“I would hope that it’s because we create such a community,” West said. “Everything that we do is built around our community because our people are truly our entire business. It’s about the people, it’s about our team, it’s about the community without the community we have a much different brand. We try to focus on making people feel welcome so that they feel like we really truly care about their experience. It matters that they chose us.”

  • Second place: Chub’s Pub
  • Third place: SouthTown Pourhouse
  • Fourth place: Brewtus Brickhouse
  • Fifth place: Murphy’s Pub Moorhead

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