Taking You Around Town: Food Truck Vendors turned RestaurantsFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It's not just the outskirts of the Fargo-Moorhead expanding, so are businesses right in the heart of the city.
By: Rebecca Lebak, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It's not just the outskirts of the Fargo-Moorhead expanding, so are businesses right in the heart of the city.
Are you hungry? You might be after you hear what new businesses are being built within the same section of downtown Fargo.
Pita Pit is gone, from the inside you'd have no idea it even existed!
That's what Kasey Absey, the owner of Blackbird Woodfire was going for.
After spending four years in a mobile food court, the pizza place is settling down.
Located at 206 Broadway this locally owned restaurant will serve homemade pizza-cooked right in front of your eyes in a huge fired oven!
It's set to open early February.
Another former food truck vendor making downtown Fargo its permanent home is Sweeto Burrito.
Right now it looks bare, but in about a month it will be filled with smells of spices and slow cooked meats.
Creative murals will plaster the walls.
Located at 117 Broadway right next to Subway it will serve burritos and tacos with a unique twist as well as smoothies.
It's set to open later this month.
Both of these businesses first started out in the Minnesota/ North Dakota area.
Know of any new businesses coming to town, or are you curious as to what's being built?
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