This is a North Dakota original - albeit a fairly new one created within this century. My wife and I were drawn to it because of its native status, and we were running the Fargo Half Marathon the next morning and needed some carbs. The shop in Fargo is downtown across from a vintage train depot. Parking was easy for us (despite large crowds in town for the race) in that we lucked out with a two hour spot directly in front on the street. The interior decor was not as "busy" and homey as I expected - it was a long ways from the décor of, say, a TGIFriday's, Our waitress was very attentive - actually maybe a bit too attentive in that we were in no rush, but we felt that we should keep our meal moving. We each ordered a tall glass (not a good idea pre-race) of a local craft beer and a medium pizza. A medium was PLENTY large enough. The pizza was good, but not something I'm longing to try again. While the business had it's origins less than 15 years ago, the history on the menu was quite long, and it never gave a clear reason as to why a couple of guys who started a smoothie vending trailer business felt it was their calling to become a pizza joint. Regardless, it was a good spot, but I wouldn't say it's a "must eat" in Fargo.
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