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5 Things To Eat And Drink This November

Photos By Nolan P. Schmidt

The weather may be cooling off a bit, but these foods and drinks are ready to warm you up as winter approaches.

Drumconrath Draught – Irish Dry Stout
For the fans of darker, heartier brews, this Irish Dry Stout is sure to please. With heavy notes of coffee-like barley and a light hop character, it can even convert those who stray away from darker beers. Drumconrath puts this one on Nitro, leaving it less carbonated but creamier and smoother to the taste. Make sure to find Drumconrath at their new location Downtown and follow them on social media as they welcome in live music and host other events.
Drumconrath Brewing
630 1st Ave N, Ste 6
drumconrathbrewing.com/

Flyin’ East
This sleek and stylish fried chicken joint is new to the Fargo-Moorhead area. While they offer a unique brand of chicken delicacies, this sandwich begins with a locally-sourced breast crisped to perfection. Add to that a spicy Gochujang sauce, napa slaw and lemongrass aioli and you have a delightfully tasty sandwich. Do not skimp on the sides either as Brewbird offers jalapeno popper corn (pictured here), rainbow slaw and their OMG sprouts. They also offer gluten-free options too! If the lot is full make sure to park on the 1st Avenue and 13½th Street block or street parking on 1st Avenue and 12th Street.
Brewbird
30 University Drive N
facebook.com/brewbirdfargo/

Lamb Kebab With Beef Shwarma And Chicken Tikka
Fresh lamb kebab is teamed up with classic beef shwarma and chicken tikka to create a protein paradise of the Kurdish variety. Newroz Kebab takes pride in the heritage behind their food and strives to educate our community about the Kurdish community through food. These meats are served on a bed of rice along with greens. You cannot miss out on this unique genre of cuisine right here in Fargo-Moorhead.
Newroz Kebab
2501 8th St S, Moorhead

Le’s Special Sandwich
New to West Fargo is Le’s Banh Mi, a quaint and cozy Vietnamese restaurant just off of Veterans. Enjoy their Le’s Special Sandwich with a fresh baguette, grilled Char siu pork, pickled daikon, carrots, cucumber, cilantro, jalapeño, pate, homemade mayo and a drizzle of house-made sauce. All of this is served with two Spring Rolls as well, so you won’t be leaving hungry. Do not forget to try their homemade Vietnamese coffee which will surely give you an energy boost with delicious flavor.
Le’s Banh Mi
833 24th Ave E, West Fargo

Trail Magic Dry-Hopped Cider
It begins and ends with locally sourced apples from across the state of North Dakota. Wild Terra takes pride in using only locally grown ingredients in their ciders. This cider is wild fermented and dry-hopped with Centennial hops to create a cider that is wholly North Dakota. Wild Terra offers this drink (along with several of their other ciders) on tap and in cans in their taproom.
Wild Terra Cider
6 12th St N
wildterraciderandbrewing.com/

Nolan Schmidt

Written by Nolan Schmidt

Nolan is the Co-Editor of Fargo Monthly. Schmidt is also the Editor of Spotlight Media's Bison Illustrated publication. He is originally from Bismarck, N.D. and is a proud graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead.

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