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Food is only the beginning

Food is only the beginning

Jacob Notermann, Staff Writer
March 10
Filed under Features, jacob notermann

About 45 minutes north of Grand Forks in a town 15 miles off the highway, stands a café in the middle of a farm town. The St. Thomas Café is the only restaurant in the sub-1,000 person town of St. Thomas, N.D., but it might as well be the town square. Every day, the people who live in the humble...

Brunch beats a McMuffin

Brunch beats a McMuffin

Jordan Hermes, Staff Writer
January 27
Filed under Features, Jordan Hermes

After a long, sleepless weekend followed by church on Sunday morning, everyone wants to eat a delicious meal with family and friends. Right? Last Sunday my friends and I were exhausted but in need of food, a brunch buffet seemed like the right place to go. In the busy entryway of Ruby Tuesday, off...

Take a break from the usual lunch

Take a break from the usual lunch

Ben Godfrey, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Ben Godfrey, Features

Trying to decide on a place for lunch, but tired of the same old options available on campus? The Museum Café could be just what you’re looking for. Open Monday-Friday from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M., the Museum Café is located in the lower level of the North Dakota Museum of Art, behind Twamley Hall....

Darcy’s, a local gem for Grand Forks

Darcy’s, a local gem for Grand Forks

Stephanie Hollman, Staff Writer
December 2
Filed under Features, Stephanie Hollman

It’s 6:45 a.m., and upon walking into the small diner on North Washington Ave, I’m instantly awakened by the pleasant aroma of coffee and the chatter of the usual early-morning crowd that fills the bar and cozy booths. Darcy’s Cafe is the kind of small-town eatery where locals come together...

Little Bangkok is expensive but worth it

Little Bangkok is expensive but worth it

Declan Hoffman, Staff Writer
November 22
Filed under Declan Hoffman, Features

An overall average experience, and maybe less depending on your luck, Little Bangkok of East Grand Forks offers a vast selection of traditional Japanese sushi and other oriental noodles or stir fry dishes for prices that keep expectations far higher than what is delivered. Offering everything from...

Big Sioux Cafe, a right of passage

Big Sioux Cafe, a right of passage

Stephanie Hollman, Staff Writer
November 18
Filed under Features, Stephanie Hollman

It’s 2 a.m. and after a Friday night full of shenanigans and bar-hopping downtown, my group of friends are more hungry than tired, and thus, in dire need of some sustenance. Unfortunately, Grand Forks offers limited options for dining after the usual hours, even on the weekends. The food that the...

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