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Bones Barbecue

February 16, 2018

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Minot has a new barbecue restaurant with a sauce and a story you won’t find anywhere else. This is the story of Bones. Jerome Lundeen has always been a sportsman, and would make his own meats. His sauce, however, took years to perfect. Lundeen said his special barbeque sauce close to what he wanted about […]

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Little Chicago Pub District

February 9, 2018

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The Group:  Little Chicago Pub District is a group of eight entertainment venues and restaurants in Minot’s historic downtown. The group was created to celebrate the history of Minot while showcasing diverse local businesses.  The group organizes events such as pub crawls to bring the community together. LCPD Secretary Kristin Haverluck said the group is looking […]

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Tap into Minot’s Prohibition Past

September 11, 2017

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You’ll be hoppy to be in Minot. The Tap Room, hidden in the historic area of downtown Minot is home to awesome craft beer from all over the country. Owner and operator Jon Lakoduk describes the Tap Room as “beer geek bar, not beer snob.” Lakoduk is not only an expert in beer, he has the […]

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The Poolest Spot in town.

August 21, 2017

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Minot has a spot that’s perfect for those who want more than just a bar. The Spot is one of Minot’s best new-additions as it is the only pool hall in town. There is just no way to be board here. Cue the list: Besides the 26 pool tables– 18 of which are diamonds– the downtown […]

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The Buzz about Elevation

June 23, 2017

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This gem of Minot is so well hidden, it won’t show up on a GPS. However, once the restaurant is found, a beautiful view and meal awaits. Elevation offers incredible food with a breathtaking view. While looking over a beautiful, green, 18-hole course, you can enjoy fine-dining with a menu that still stays true to the area. […]

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Charlie’s Main Street Café: The heart of Downtown Minot

June 5, 2017

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If you truly know Minot, then you know Charlie’s. As one of the oldest restaurants in town, Charlie’s remains locals’ best kept secret. Charlie’s boasts no-nonsense, mid-western style food in the historic downtown Minot. According to the owner/manager Tiffany Lee, about 75 percent of Charlie’s customers are regulars who have been frequenting the establishment for […]

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Mother’s Day Weekend: Things to do with Mom

May 8, 2017

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Mother’s Day is celebrated in over 46 countries across the globe. People celebrate Mother’s Day to recognize and honor their moms. Mother’s Day in 2017 is on Sunday, May 14th. Spend special time with your mom and give thanks to all that Mom’s do for all of us. Here are things to do with your […]

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100 Things to do in Minot this year!

March 1, 2017

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With spring on the horizon and warmer weather on its way, we came up with 100 things for you to do in Minot this year. Form eateries, to museums, the State Fair and Norsk Hostfest, we will keep you busy for all of 2017. Do you think you could do them all? Let us know in […]

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5 Ways to Enjoy a Romantic Valentine’s Day in Minot

February 7, 2017

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Headed to the Magic City for a romantic getaway over Valentine’s Day? There are a number of fun ideas for couples, friends, and family to make Valentine’s Day more special. From traditional romance to a laidback staycation, there are many ways to make your significant other, feel special.   1. Classic Flowers and Special Bouquets […]

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10 things to check out and try this year at Høstfest

September 28, 2016

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It’s that time of year where Trolls, Vikings, and people from around the world come to the North Dakota State Fair Center to celebrate the heritage of 5 Nordic Countries. The five Nordic countries that are represented are Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, and Sweden.  For 39 years Norsk Høstfest has kept people entertained and this […]

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