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Tequila enthusiasts and those seeking something beyond standard Tex-Mex fare should enjoy the atmosphere of this family friendly southwest metro dining and entertainment option.
Fargo's Taco Bros food truck is just one of many in the area, and they've seen a big jump in prices since their to-go windows were open last season.
As the Fargo Marathon makes its return to the spring calendar, the event is expected to account for millions of dollars in direct visitor spending for the city. Kali Mork of the F-M Convention and Visitors Bureau figured the races could bring in between $1.4 million and $2.5 million.
Nautical Bowls, which features 10 signature acai and superfood bowls in addition to a build-your-own option, is opening at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 14, in West Fargo. “We’re ready to rock and roll,” local franchisee Kim Scott said.

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The bake shop is not just a business opportunity, but fills a need for locally-made goods while boosting the southside neighborhood. “I see something special (in the bakery). It’s been around quite some time. You know, it has such a historical significance in the community. That’s really what attracted me to the opportunity,” new owner Cassie Wiste said.
A year after retirement from pro hockey has meant positive lifestyle changes for David Backes and his wife, Kelly, as they prepare for their biggest post-hockey venture with the opening of a new restaurant.
Owner of popular food truck opens a sit-down Mexican eatery at 623 NP Ave. The grand opening is Friday, April 29.
It's "so far, so good" for the Japanese restaurant at 816 24th Ave. E., a co-owner says. The eatery replaces an Ice Point Thai ice cream shop.

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Forum food critic Eric Daeuber says the Italian eatery repeats flavors, which gives diners the feeling that the meal is being assembled rather than prepared.
Ashley Morken, owner of Unglued, is moving her popular gift shop from the center of downtown to Brewhalla Market to expand her offerings and events.
Microbrewery's planned last day is May 15. It's listed for sale as a turnkey operation with a local real estate firm.

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