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Take a bite into these five newly opened Fargo-Moorhead restaurants

FARGO - From traditional midwest hotdishes to exotic Indian cuisine, summer opened up a variety of new dining options for Fargo-Moorhead for those wanting to expand their tastebuds.

Here is a mouth-watering top five list of newly-opened restaurants.

5. Darbar Palace

Darbar Palace is owned by Ahsan Khalid, left, and his wife Samiye Ahsan, who is holding their 6-month-old daughter Imrana Khalid

Darbar Palace, located on Broadway in Downtown Fargo, is bringing traditional Indian and Nepali flavors to Fargo-Moorhead. Although in additon to their lamb chops, tikka masala, and other exotic flavors, the owners hope to bring the community a restaurant to celebrate in.

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4. Boston's Pizza

On the busy street of Thirteenth Avenue South in West Fargo, Boston's Pizza has opened in what used to be Applebee's. The chain restuarant gladly calls itself a modern sports bar, attracting both families and sports-fanatics alike. 

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3. i.d.k. Contemporary Fine Dining

Interior space at i.d.k. Contemporary Fine Dining in Moorhead.

Moorhead's newest fine dining restaurant lies in what was formerly Sarellos. The American cuisine restaurant features a casual lunch option, followed by a upscale fine dining dinner experience. 

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2. Food Truck Park

The food truck phase has made its way to downtown Fargo. On Thursdays and Fridays, local food trucks unite in a central location to deliver lunch. Choose from tater tot hotdish from the newly opened Potato Brothers truck or go a little more exotic with a Hawaiian poke bowl.

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1. Tru Blu

Tru Blu, seen Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, at 19th Avenue and 9th Street East in West Fargo, plans to open Aug. 14.

Strategically placed near the new Sanford Medical Center in West Fargo, Tru Blu is the newest steakhouse to make its way to the area. Tru Blu's menu offers a more fine dining experience, compared to its counterpart, Lucky 13's. 

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