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5 Things to Eat & Drink This March

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PHOTOS BY Hillary Ehlen

Looking to try some new tasty treats around town? Check out these five favorites we have for the month of March.

RELATED: Read “5 Things To Eat & Drink” articles from previous months here.

1. Bloody Mary Bar

bloody mary bar pounds

Every Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Pounds host their weekly Bloody Mary bar. Stop by to make your own masterpiece with the food options they provide. Also, it’s worth checking out the new 90s-themed updates, including their menu.
Pounds
612 1st Ave. N, Fargo

2. Grilled Chicken Special

grilled chicken special

This dish contains grilled chicken and vegetables over brown rice and is a special at the restaurant. Don’t forget to add a cup of soup or side salad to your entree.

grilled chicken special

Grazies Italian Restaurant and Grill
2000 44th St. S, #102, Fargo

3. El Diablito

el diablito

This is a staff favorite at Luna and is similar to a Mexican Mule. It includes Camarena silver tequila, sour, ginger beer, sour cherry and lime.
Luna Fargo
1545 S University Dr., Fargo

4. Matcha Green Latte

matcha green latte

This creamy beverage will warm your body and your taste buds this chilly winter season.
Young Blood Coffee
623 NP Ave., Fargo

5. Lemon Raspberry Layered Italian Cake

Reese & Rileys Olive Oil and Bistro Bar

Specializing in olive oils and balsamic vinegar, raspberry balsamic and lemon olive oil is used to add additional flavor to this delicious cake. The fresh raspberries, blackberries and lemon filling are a major plus, too.
Reese & Riley’s Olive Oil & Bistro Bar
2653 45th St. S, Fargo

Kara Jeffers

Written by Kara Jeffers

Fargo Monthly Editor Kara Jeffers is from Garrison, North Dakota, a small town north of Bismarck, North Dakota, on Lake Sakakawea. She graduated from North Dakota State University in May 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in theatre arts. In addition to working at Spotlight Media, Jeffers also works at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitor’s Center, where she’s one of the first people (and, at times, the only person) visitors meet when they arrive in North Dakota—talk about pressure.

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