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Inside Business: Seafood market, restaurant coming to Fargo

FARGO-A retail fish market and small restaurant is planned for the area of 45th Street and 23rd Avenue South in Fargo. Deep Blue Seafood hopes to open by late January, according to John Mittleider, who will be involved in the business that will b...

FARGO-A retail fish market and small restaurant is planned for the area of 45th Street and 23rd Avenue South in Fargo.

Deep Blue Seafood hopes to open by late January, according to John Mittleider, who will be involved in the business that will be owned by his wife, Busola.

John Mittleider said the restaurant, which will focus on serving lunches, is a spinoff of a direct-order, fresh-frozen seafood delivery business called Off The Hook Seafood, which has been operating in places like Williston and Watford City in western North Dakota.

Mittleider said he recently reached an agreement with The Bowler, 2630 S. University Drive, in Fargo, to set up his seafood truck in the bowling alley's parking lot on Thursdays.

He plans to be set up there from 11 a.m. until about 6 or 7 p.m. on Thursdays.

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Off The Hook has a website at www.seafoodoth.com .

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