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5 Things To Eat & Drink This February

PHOTOS BY Hillary Ehlen

If you’re looking for some new food and drink options to try, check out what we’ve found for this month’s local suggestions.

1. Steep Me “Kick Ur Kold” Tea

Steep Me A Cup of Tea

This tea has handcrafted herbs of ginger root, rosehips, holy basil, orange peel, lemon peel, lemon myrtle, lemon grass, echinacea, cinnamon, licorice root, mullein and eucalyptus. It’ll boost your immune system and is good for sinuses. It’s also caffeine free so it’s perfect to take before bed and let the herbs work their magic as you sleep.
Steep Me A Cup of Tea
3139 Bluestem Dr, West Fargo

2. Crepes

The Red Silo

Café Amaury is located inside of The Red Silo and gives you a true taste of France through Chef Benoit’s crepes. Featured here are the ham and cheese, Nutella and almond and honey walnut.
The Red Silo
12 Broadway N, Fargo

3. Coq Au Vin


A traditional French benchmark brings free range chicken breast slow roasted with pearl onions, wild mushrooms, tomatoes, potatoes and bacon.
202 Broadway N, Fargo

4. Waakye

The Spice Grille

The Spice Grille opened its doors at the end of November and brings foods like this staple meal in Guana which consists of rice and beans, egg, stir-fried beef and mixed veggies, spaghetti, gari and coleslaw.
The Spice Grille
28 Moorhead Centre Mall, Moorhead

5. Mi Familia Enchiladas

Mi Familia Taco Company

Mi Familia Taco Company offers authentic Mexican food to the Fargo area. This month’s featured meal includes two corn tortillas filled with barbacoa (or your choice of meat) and covered with tomatillo sauce and cheese served with rice and beans.
Mi Familia Taco Company
4474 23rd Ave, S, Suite A, Fargo

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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