Reviews on Cafe food in Fargo, North Dakota, United States. For a weekend of fun and relaxation, you don't have far to go. North Dakota's largest city gained a certain measure of modern fame with its 1996 movie namesake. But Fargo is more than a city of friendly folks and flat accents. Local museums will please art lovers, children and baseball enthusiasts. After a family visit to the Red River Zoo, parents can unwind at local area lounges, many of which offer casino gaming. In Fargo's sister city of Moorhead, Minnesota, The Heritage Hjemkomst Interpretive Center has replicas of a Viking ship and a Norwegian Stave church. Back in Fargo, Bonanzaville USA gives modern visitors a taste of pioneer life.
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4 based on 50 reviews
Read the other reviews and checked it out. Nice funky outside and new Orleans styled inside. Service was fast and friendly. Ordered the veggie omelette that came with a red east sauce? on it. Thats what its called. Tasty not spicy. Get the American fries...real sliced potatoes and lots of them. I was stuffed before I even got to the sweet potato pancake. Sweet enough with cane sugar syrup on it, maple was fine. Good coffee. They have a good selection for breakfast, but I'm a vegetarian so will leave the andouille sausage to others to review. It's almost 4 hours later and I'm still stuffed.
4 based on 28 reviews
I had been there once before with a visually handicapped person and left because it was so dark inside. I went again recently with someone else and had mixed feelings about the place. I had looked at the daily menu online so knew what I wanted, but the person with me had to stand at the counter and read the menu to see what she wanted. Then you had to pay, get your own silverware and water, and seat yourself. They brought your prepared food out to you. They were not overly friendly and I felt like they would prefer you would eat quickly and leave. I will say that I thought the food was pretty good. A friend of mine went there a few days later and said the bathroom was not very clean, and cleanliness is her main focus when she visits a restaurant. I would consider going back again, but there are better places to go in that price range where you are seated, order off a menu, and are served instead of having to get your own silverware and water and bus your own dishes afterward.
4 based on 53 reviews
Everything made from scratch. Great caramel rolls, kuchen, cookies and other deserts that change dailey. Weekday lunch specials. Breakfast served all day. Open until 2:30 7 days a week.
Stopped in around 9:30 on a Sunday morning. Grabbed a seat at the counter, ordered a cup of coffee and a stack of pancakes with sausage while I perused the Sunday paper. Good coffee and absolutely the best pancakes I have ever had. Coffee cup was kept hot and full. Staff very friendly and professional. Definitely a hidden gem in Fargo.
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