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5 Things To Eat And Drink This September

Photos by Hillary Ehlen and Alexandra Martin

As fall kicks into gear, check out some of the delicious food and drinks Fargo-Moorhead has to offer!

RELATEDRead “5 Things To Eat & Drink” articles from previous months here.

1. Animal Shaped Italian Ice Cream

Kones Kreamery

It’s hard to turn down ice cream on a warm day, but it’s even harder to turn it down when it’s this cute! Kones Kreamery makes fresh batches of Italian ice cream and waffle cones in house every single day. Chose between a teddy bear, piggy, dog, cat or unicorn as your sweet treat. After all, their location’s wall art says it best, “you can’t buy happiness, but you can buy ice cream and that’s kind of the same thing.”

Kones Kreamery

1650 45th St S. Suite #120, Fargo

2. Raw/Unfiltered Honey

Three Bears Honey Co.

Feed your sweet tooth with something pure and unfiltered. Three Bears Honey Co. is a Moorhead-based, family-owned business, supplying the area with local honey. Their honey comes from basswood flower, sweet clover and wildflower, producing a very pleasing, mellow tasting honey. You can find their products throughout town, including at Unglued, The Red River Market, Hornbacher’s and more. Check out their website to find which location suits you best.

Three Bears Honey Co.

3. Poke Bowl

Poke Bowl

Say aloha to Poke Bowl, a build-your-own Hawaiian eating experience that is new to Downtown Fargo. What used to be a widely successful food truck now has a brick and mortar location, making it that much easier to enjoy poke on your schedule. Build your own bowl with choices of bases ranging from Ahi Poke to Spicy Mayo Salmon and top it off with toppings like edamame, avocado or seaweed. Don’t forget to check out the new location of Wasabi that is located inside as well, a two-for-one!

Poke Bowl

560 2nd Ave N, Fargo

4. Ugly Food

Prairie Roots Co-op

Give ugly foods a chance. Ugly Food of the North is an organization that aims to lessen the amount of food waste we contribute to by making sure that people know that some imperfect produce goods are still just as nutritious and delicious. If you’re up for discovering some tasty inner beauty, you can find a section of these fruits and veggies at Prairie Roots Food Co-Op.

Prairie Roots Food Co-Op 

1213 NP Ave. Suite 100, Fargo

5. Activated Charcoal Mocha

Atomic Coffee

One of the hottest health crazes, activated charcoal, is now available in a tasty, mocha form. While there have been a flurry of rumors of all that activated charcoal can help with (detoxification, digestive cleansing, inflammation etc.), one thing we know for certain is that it is delicious in a hot cup of coffee. With the black pigment, be especially careful to not let this one spill down your shirt.

Atomic Coffee

222 Broadway N #100, Fargo

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Written by Alexandra Martin

Alexandra Martin is the editor of Fargo Monthly. She hails from Huntsville, Alabama, but graduated from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri with a degree in Fashion Communications. When she's not in the office, she is busy taking care of her small zoo of pets, cooking up vegetables, or listening to true-crime podcasts.

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