Fargo, not the new TV show adaptation of Fargo, but the city, has been cooking up new foods and drinks since the beginning of it's time. What's new now? Downtown, baby..., the slogan for promoting people to come and work, play, eat, shop, and live in downtown Fargo, has lived up to it's name.
It's snowing again, so living and work is gloomy, playing is slushy and wet, shopping is also a trudge through a river-like sidewalk. Eating and drinking is a go-to pastime for a lot of northerners, so tuck in!
Here is a list of the Top five places to eat in downtown Fargo on a snowy day in springtime:
Wurst Bier Hall wooden sign inside restaurant
NEW! Downtown Fargo beer bar with bratwurst and other German food.
This new bar and restaurant has people talking about the best foods the Wurst has to offer. Sounds horribly delicious.
Nightime Vinyl Taco hangout
Tuned in music. Turned on tacos.
Beat the cold with some Mexican heat! Their music is played on turntables behind the bar. How cool is that? Looking for some late-night food? They're open until midnight.
A taste of Smiling Moose Deli's salad
"Satisfy your adventure for taste."
Try not to smile like a goofy moose with all these fresh veggies on hand, not to mention its gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options galore! Located in downtown Fargo and on 45 Street.
Sweeto Burrito's sweet signage, Broadway
Flavor worth fighting for.
Another spicy new place opened less than a year ago, a place known for its unique twist on American, Mexican and Thai. They claim to take hunger to the mat.
Gobble-worthy pastry cabinet at Nichole's Fine Pastry
The "Best of 2013" for Fargo's favorite Best Desserts!
Nothing could beat European-style pastries and everything else on the sweet list. The list goes on: croissants, seasonal tarts, tortes, mousse towers, petit fours glace, cocoa truffles, cookie and bar trays; cheesecakes, wedding cakes, gelato and sorbet; soups, salads and sandwiches; quiche, muffins and scones; full espresso bar, loose leaf tea, sodas and fine wines.