Good Eats - North Dakota Style
Let us take you on a trip across the state to savor some of the freshest, finest and most unique restaurants! Click here for a printable version.
For a salty and sweet treat, try "Chippers." Using potatoes grown in North Dakota’s rich Red River Valley and a family recipe chocolate, Wildman’s offers these potato chips as homage to North Dakota’s agriculture industry. Also look for Fargo location.
106 S. Third St. Grand Forks, ND 58203
The HoDo Restaurant at the Hotel Donaldson in Fargo is the only restaurant in the state to be granted a Four Diamond rating by the AAA. The intimate setting, combination of locally and organically grown fresh ingredients and unique dishes make for an unforgettable dining experience.
101 N. Broadway Fargo, ND 58102
The chef-owned Pirogue Grill offers elegant cuisine and warm hospitality in downtown Bismarck. The food is sourced from top-quality seasonal ingredients featuring local and organic components and signature dishes inspired by great food from around the world.
121 N. Fourth St. Bismarck, ND 58501
A trip to Peacock Alley in downtown Bismarck is like a walk through North Dakota history. Formerly the prominent and luxurious Patterson Hotel, Peacock Alley offers unrivaled historical ambiance, combining today’s taste with yesterday’s traditions.
422 E. Main St. Bismarck, ND 58501
Ukrainian Cultural Institute
Cheese Buttons, also known as Kase Knoepfla, are a German-Russian pioneer dish of tender noodle dough stuffed with seasoned cheese and onions. This dish is specific to the Dakota Territory and has a special place in the hearts of those who grew up with them.
1221 W. Villard Dickinson, ND 58602
The nation's largest Scandinavian festival held each fall features sidewalk cafes, Scandi-The Scandinavian Kitchen, En to Tre fine dining and much more. For Viking-sized appetites, indulge in some culinary favorites such as Danish Aebelskivers, Swedish meatballs, Norwegian lutefisk, lefse, Rommegrot or Icelandic Ponnukokur
State Fairgrounds Minot, ND 58701