Best Late-Night Eats: SouthTown PourHouse

Location: Fargo

SouthTown Pourhouse earned Best Late-Night Eats in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win the ‘Best Late-Night Eats’ Category?

“It feels great,” Owner Chad Klimek said. “Pennie Busick and the kitchen staff are the ones that make it happen day in and day out. Their hard work, attention to detail and quality of food they put out is one of the main reasons for our exceptional food and popularity.”

What items do customers enjoy the most?  

“That's not an easy one because it's a very balanced menu based on popularity,” Klimek said. “Our burgers are very popular. We use a very expensive blend of ground chuck for all of our burgers, and it shows with the feedback we receive. Not to downplay the rest of the menu because the sandwiches, wraps, rice bowls, mac and cheeses, street tacos, and salads are all exceptional and get rave reviews as well.”

  • Second place: Blarney Stone Pub
  • Third place: Pizza Patrol
  • Fourth place: Applebee's Grill + Bar
  • Fifth place: Boss' Pizza and Chicken

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