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Best Moorhead Restaurant: Legends Sport Bar & Grill

Location: Moorhead and Fargo

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

“That’s a huge ode to my kitchen team,” Co-owner Marissa West said. “It’s hard to create a different product for your people … because it is sports bar food. Food for us is such a big part of our business, so a lot of what we do is a little different so it’s not just a burger and fries. We try to be creative. We try to build big items that can be shareable. We make it big and we make it memorable.”

Do you have a signature item?

“I would say the Spuddy Bloody (shareable Bloody Mary) or our nachos,” West said. “It’s enough for two people. Our nachos feed four people. The Spuddy Bloody has this gigantic pretzel on it and wings and celery and cheese and olives. … It’s got that drive-by appeal, people kind of stop and look at it.”

  • Second place: Rustica Eatery and Tavern
  • Third place: The Boulder Tap House
  • Fourth place: Sol Ave. Kitchen
  • Fifth place: Midtown Tavern

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