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An EPIC Companies spokeswoman estimates the franchise coffee spot in the Liberty Town Center development will open in a few months.
Servers at Deaner's Diner received a $3,000 tip as part of the Great American Tip Off.
Nautical Bowls will fill a need in West Fargo for a health-focused dining option, especially among the lunch crowd. “A lot of people in Fargo like to look for healthy options, especially in the middle of your workday," local franchisee Kim Scott said.
Sid Khan, who co-owns the eatery with his wife, Marie, says the restaurant will fill an unmet niche in the shopping center's food court.

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The move, expected to be completed Tuesday, Jan. 4, will give the restaurant room to expand its menu over time and offer customers a more private dining experience than the Moorhead Center Mall.
Frank Collins draws a crowd with his opera-trained voice, but people say it’s how he helps singers that makes him popular.
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While the metro area said goodbye to nearly 20 businesses in 2021, many more are planned to take their places in the new year.
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The Fargo-Moorhead area saw over 15 businesses permanently close their doors in 2021, from notable pizza joints to long-standing and well-loved shops.
Remodeling and some space swapping will expand Traditions Liquors and give the restaurant and bar's owners the pizzeria they wanted and a catering kitchen they needed.
The fast-casual restaurant will be going into the site that once housed Marco's Pizza and Wingstop outlets at 2653 45th St. S.

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Forum food critic Eric Daeuber recently went to the Chinese restaurant in south Fargo that is offering up familiar favorites and unique dishes all year, including at Christmastime.
What was supposed to be a temporarly closure of the popular eatery is now permanent, with the building put up for lease.
Owner Kelly Burm is nearly finished with squaring away the kitchen of the former Twist bar and restaurant. She'll start by offering her signature sweets in the lead-up to Christmas, then will add take-and-bake and ready-to-go meals in phases after the start of the New Year.

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