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FMSpotlight Entertainment Magazine

April ‘11 Free


EDITOR

It’s Heating Up!

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don’t know if you are going to believe what I am about to say. FM Spotlight has become a diverse empire and is about to blow you away. A year ago it was just FM Spotlight Magazine. Now we have a health and fitness magazine (FM Stride), websites with the same functionality as Facebook, and a mobile application for droid, blackberry, and iphone. With our team up to 9 people, and distribution at over 300 locations a month, our support and quality of the product grows every month. I can’t tell you how crazy excited I am! This is a dream to me. I don’t even use an alarm clock anymore. I wake up excited every morning to go out and do what I love. The best part being the community of Fargo-Moorhead is the reason behind this all! I will fight to make sure this community benefits from everything I do. Everything I have created has revolved around making Fargo-Moorhead a better place to live. We are plagued by the worst weather situations ever! Depression, alcoholism, drug abuse, and anger grows at an abundant rate each year in the winter. My desire is to reach out and help someone realize that there are some amazing ways to enjoy life, look better, feel great, and just experience happiness in this area. I can see it, now I want you all to see it as well! I will challenge anyone who is FMSpotlight reading this to email me with a time you have seen me look depressed or not full of excitement. I am blessed to have that ability, but it was not always like that for me. I have found happiness and want to show you the way. The first step is to become involved! Enjoy this spring, go away flood, get here sooner warmth, and cheers to you all. 1 year anniversary Edition

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FMSpotlight FM Spotlight is dedicated to helping the community of Fargo-Moorhead enjoy the area’s entertainment, events, dining, music, nightlife, and anything but floods!

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Publishing Spotlight LLC Editor Mike Dragosavich Design Tina Johnstad / Jordan Dusek Contributors Max Kurucar / Jenna Aanden Marketing/Sales Karli Rodgers karli@fmspotlight.com Molly Clemens molly@fmspotlight.com Marketing and Advertising drago@fmspotlight.com

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EVENTS APRIL Harlem Globetrotters

Cirque Du Soleil Dralion

Big Boy’s Toys Expo

AmericInn April 15-17

Kelli Pickler Dakota Magic Casino April 15

Fargodome April 15-16

Health & Holistic Expo

Celtic Women

Spring Brawl

Tesla

Shooting Star Casino May 6

Shooting Star Casino April 22

Leo Kottke

Scheels Arena April 29

Fargo Theater April 29

Montgomery Gentry

Fargodome April 21

Fargo Civic Center April 16-17

Gabriel Iglesias

The Venue April 8

Fargodome April 8

Fargodome April 5-7

Fargo Core Con

Wookiefoot

Fargo Theatre April 30

Theory of a Deadman Dakota Magic Casino May 13

Dueces Wild Dueling Pianos The Venue May 14


Fargo Force vs. Omaha

Fargo Force vs. Sioux City

Scheels Arena April 8

Cinderella

Scheels Arena April 9

G Love & The Special Sauce

Dakota Magic Casino April 23

Parade of Homes

Various Sites April 3-May 8

Bison Sports Arena April 16

The Venue April 16

Battle of the Border

The Venue April 15

Walk MS

Fargo Star

Shooting Star Casino April 15

Girls Gone Wild

80’s Prom Night

Fargo Theater April 26

Vintage Car Show

Fargo Civic Center April 30-May 1

The Venue April 29

Slightly Stoopid

The Venue May 5

To Keep up-to-date on all events check out FMspotlight.com


ASK THE BARTENDER

Vitals

Tarynn Sylvester

Tarynn’s Drink Picks!

Bartender at Fort Noks Age: 26 Hometown: Plainview, MN Experience: 4 years

Exclusive Interview with

r Tarynn Sylveste

Pick up Line?

What is your favorite part of bartending?

My friends bet me that I couldn't talk to the hottest girl/guy in the bar…Wanna go get a drink with their money?

It’s so much fun! I love the diversity of customers. Anything from drug dealers to stock brokers! (Laughs)

What can a guy do to get your attention? Toast? I have known many and liked not a few, But loved only one, and this toast is to you!

When can we see you at fort noks? Usually I am at Noks from Thursday to Saturday.

Why Fort Noks? It's downtown, it has a patio, it's clean and classy and has a ‘big-city’ feel to it. Noks is a great place to socialize. It doesn't have loud music or just one type of crowd. You never know what each night will bring you.

Wine Plunger Head It’s a red zinfandel

The mean green Charlie Sheen 1 part Liquid Ice and 1 part Seagrams 7 Stone Cheery Shot

Drin k Zero to Hero Absolute Wild Tea w/ Sprite Zero

Show me your tips! HAHA Seriously don't look desperate. Be confident and strike up a normal conversation. Confidence (but not cockiness) tini Mar is very important. Cucumber Martini

Any new products coming out this spring? The popular "Jerimiah Weed" Ice-Tea flavored vodka launched a canned version. It is really refreshing and light.

2.5 parts Hendricks Gin .5 part dry vermouth Cucumber slice

Beer Hoegaarden Pour out half into a glass and Joke A man was drinking at a bar one evening. Every time swirl it around. Then apply the he ordered a drink, he would pull a picture out of his rest for foam. It tastes like wallet and gaze at it for a moment. "Old girlfriend?" “Fruit Loops!” the bartender asked."No," the man replied. "It's a picture of my mother-in-law. When she starts to look attractive, I know I've had too much."

More at fmspotlight.com


$8.75 Lunch

Specials Monday-Friday

Daily Specials served with Chicken, Soup, Side of Rice & Two Cream Cheese Wontons

Live Jazz!

3rd Saturday of Every Month 5:30 - 7:30

Now Accepting Reservations Now Located in the Moorhead Center Mall 218-227-0099


BAND 24SEVEN

24seven Jason Brekhus Guitars & Vocals - Kenmare, ND

Joey Muchlinski Bass & Vocals - Jackson, MN

Jim Julsrud Drums & Vocals - Moorhead, MN

24Seven has been rocking Fargo-Moorhead 24/7 since the 90’s 24Seven has established themselves as one of the Upper Midwest’s most demanded cover bands, playing over 1500 shows since 1999. With a setlist ranging from Keith Urban to Kings of Leon, Outkast to AC/DC, and Sublime to KISS, you will hear a diversity of music simply not heard from other bands. FM Spotlight sat down with 24Seven to find out more. Go to www.fmspotlight.com for more! Favorite place to play in FM: Really? You’re gonna make us pick?! ;) I would have to say Spirit’s Lounge (Holiday Inn) or the M&J Saloon. Two great places to see a band. I just have a soft spot for those smaller bars. Much more, shall we say, “intimate”? Yeah, we’ll go with intimate. Why the name: When the band started in 1999, we were playing over 300 shows a year. It pretty much consumed our lives. That’s all we did. 24Seven music. How did the band start: Jordan: I had been in a couple other bar bands, and I just wanted to make a “supergroup”. I found the best bass player, best guitar player, and best drummer I knew. The original members have moved on to other bands, but I’ve always kept the philosophy of hiring the best musicians that I can find.

What makes us unique: We’ve always tried to be as diverse, and as true to the recording as we can. No style of music is off limits here. Country, rock, metal, hip-hop, you name it, if we like it, we’ll try it. Also, I think we have some of the best production (sound and lights) of any band in the area. Favorite part about performing in FM: All the friends we’ve made that keep coming out to see us over the years. It’s really cool to look out in the crowd and recognize half the people. Also, I love the comradore of all the bands in the area. We help each other out in a pinch. Everyone is family. This year: We already have 8 to 10 street dances lined up this summer that we are very excited to play. Also, we will be branching out our setlist even more. Some pretty crazy stuff, that I

guarantee you won’t be hearing anyone else do, is coming to the show! Promotion: We have to give a shout out to Boneskot Design for doing our shirts, logos, and posters. Awesome guys. Any band out there looking for merchandise, look them up. You won’t be disappointed! Also, Marguerite’s Music for hooking us up with the killer PA and light show. Website: 24SevenLive.com

For More Log onto fmspotlightcom


DOWNTOWN Bar/Restaurant

Q Q THE

OB

SPORTS ZONE

Q&A with

LOCATION 22 Broadway Fargo, ND 58102 (701) 237-6161

Nate Johnston Manager for 11 years Fav Beer: Fat Tire Fav Food: Parmesan Garlic Wings

TUESDAY 25 Cent WINGS from 5-10pm

WEDNESDAY $2 DOMESTIC

PITCHER WHEN YOU BUY A LARGE PIZZA

It is a fun sports bar and grill located in the heart of Downtown Fargo

What do you like about it?

It is a really fun and cool place to work. The atmosphere brings in energetic people. Our staff is so friendly and good at what they do.

Q Q

Tell us about the OB Sports Zone?

What’s coming up in April?

April brings baseball and we are excited about being one of the best spots in FM to watch the Twins! We are also organizing a Twins bus where customers can enter to ride it to a game this summer!

Tell us about the food?

Our food makes for the perfect compliment to sports. We have Nathan’s Ballpark Franks, pizza, signature wings, wraps, and more!

THURSDAY

30 Cent WINGS from 5-10pm

THE WEEKEND

College Drink Specials $2 select drinks and shots


Moler Barber College of Hairstyling

8

All Hair Cuts $ Walk ins Welcome 701-232-6773 M-F 9-5

16 South 8th St. Fargo, ND 58103 Award Winning Tattoo Artists Only APP Body Piercers in North Dakota

Check out our website for specials! deadrockstar.net

Family Owned, Inspected, Licensed, & Insured

4501 15th Ave Sw Fargo ND, 58103 701 . 277 . 7100


April 2011 Monkey Bar at The Hub

Apr 2 Apr 9 Apr 14 Apr 16 Apr 23

Sovereign Sect Kipp G & Friends Jeez Loueez The Suit with Ian Johnson Inside Out Strings

Holiday Inn Spirit Lounge

Apr 1-2 Rhyme or Reason Apr 8-9 24Seven Apr 15-16 The San Haven Chuckle Apr 22-23 Face for Radio Apr 29-30 Carmen the Cactus

O’Leary’s

Apr 1 Apr 8 Apr 15-16 Apr 22 Apr 29

Tripwire Back for More Carmen the Cactus Two Days’ Notice Face for Radio

Aquarium

Apr 2-3 That 1 Guy Apr 8 Kinetix w/ Ofosho Apr 15-16 Keep Apr 22 Keep Apr 16 Lunar Funk Theory Apr 23 DJ Econ Apr 28 Apache Dropout

Hagge’s Bar Apr 9

Tripwire

The Venue at The Hub

Apr 1 Apr 8

Rick’s Bar

Saving Abel Wookiefoot

Apr 1-2 Killerspin Apr 8-9 Double Forte Apr 15-16 Final Drive Apr 29-30 Methuselah


Upcoming Live Music Windbreak

Hooligan’s

Apr 1 Chase & Ovation: Prince Tribute Band Apr 2 The Fillers Apr 3 Two Days’ Notice Apr 8 Tune in Tokyo Apr 9 Safeword Apr 10 8th Hour Apr 15 Skyline Apr 16-17 Tripwire Apr 22-23 The Roosters Apr 24 October Road Apr 28 Tripwire & At the Emporium

Apr 7 Apr 14 Apr 21 Apr 28

Big D’s

Apr 1 Tune in Tokyo Apr 2 Skyline Apr 8-9 October Road & Karli Rodgers Apr 15-16 Betty Does Apr 22-23 At The Emporium Apr 29-30 Skyline

Anthony Chaput Joey & Jason from 24Seven Acoustic Music Acoustic Music

VFW West Fargo

Apr 1-2 Silverado Apr 8-9 Troubadour Apr 15-16 The Shakers Apr 22-23 Triple Play Apr 29-30 The Treasures

Jt Cigarro Apr 1 Apr 2 Apr 8 Apr 12 Apr 16 Apr 23 Apr 26

Strange Daze Our Last Secret Skyline Open Mic Night The Arthurs 3 Legged Monster Open Mic Night


ASK THE BEER MAN Beer tip of the month: 

Name: Rick Williams

Experience: 5 years with D-S Beverages; 6

years in the Service Industry Hometown: Eaton Rapids, MI Favorite Beer: Bells Hopslam, but changes all the time Company: D-S Beverages, Moorhead MN.

Ask the Beer Guy at www.fmspotlight.com

Exclusive Interview with

Rick Williams

What Is DS beverages

D-S Beverages is a beverage distributer located in Moorhead off 1st Ave. We distribute products from Anheuser-Busch, Monster Energy, and over 15 other suppliers, brewers, and importers.

Any new beers to look out for this spring/summer?

1. Look out for Southern Tear Brewery. (Coming out with a Raspberry Wheat Ale this summer)  2. Boulders “Kinda Blue” (A really light blueberry wheat ale) It’s awesome!

Anything D-S Beverages Promotions Coming UP?

Yes, we are launching our “This is a Bud Town” photo promotion.  Anyone can post a photo of themselves holding a Budweiser to our facebook.com/fargobud page and enter to win some great prizes!

What is a pilsner?

Pay attention to  the temperature of your beer.  To achieve full flavor keep your beer at 38 to 42 degrees.  The colder the beer, the more flavor lost! Ditch the frosty glass.

Steak Drifter Pale Ale Bell’s Porter Red Hook ESB Michelob Amber Bock Seafood Widmer Drop Top Amber Ale Bud Light Golden Wheat Kirin Ichiban Landshark Chicken

A pilsner is just a “hopped” up lager.  Meaning more of a bitter and dry flavor.

Shock Top Michelobe Ultra Bud Light Lime

Explain Wheat Beers?

I am sure you’ve seen Shock Top, Bud Light Golden Wheat, and more.  Basically, along with barley, they use wheat in the brewing process. This tends to leave a more fruity and full flavor.

Beers of the Month

Bud Light Lime

1

Traditional Bud Light with a hint of 100% real lime.  

2

Cloudy Wheat beer with yeasty fragrance and great taste.

 Weihenstephan  Wheat

Old Speckled Hen Rich amber color with a full smooth flavor complimented by fruity aromas.

3


Cover Story

Del Hofer and the Fargo Harley-Davidson is grabbing life by the handlebars in their 50th year of business! Del, founder and owner has devoted his life to Harley-Davidson, building relationships and truly enjoying the ride! His motto, “Ride and have Fun,� is a staple of how he conducts his life and business.

Website: fargohd.com

Phone Number: 701-277-1000

600 West Main Ave West Fargo, ND


Who is Del Hofer?

Fargo’s Del Hofer, Founder/Owner of Fargo Harley-Davidson, was born south of Huron, South Dakota. A farm kid until the age of 12, his family relocated into Huron only two blocks from a HarleyDavidson Dealership gearing up his interest in bikes. Del tells us about his childhood tricks to see the motorcycles, how he fell in love with the Harley-Davidson, his double honeymoon with the company and his wife, and the long open road that lead him to the 50 year anniversary of Fargo Harley-Davidson. Del Hofer’s kick start with Harley-Davidson:

“As a kid I would always intentionally drain the air out of my bike tires for a chance to get a peek inside the mechanics shop and see all of the motorcycles. Once, during one of my schemes, a big burley guy caught me and said ‘Hey Kid you wanna ride?’ I accepted and immediately was hooked! I rode for the first time at age 14 and two years later, dropped out of high school and bought my first motorcycle. In the 50s, like everyone else, I was drafted and had to sell my motorcycle. It bothered me so much I bought

first bike age 16 1947 Knucklehead

another Harley-Davidson without hesitation. When I came back from the military I began working at a motorcycle shop. The guy said to me one day ‘Do you want to buy this place?’ I really don’t really like motorcycles and I did. In February of ’60 I went to HarleyDavidson Motorcycle School in Milwaukee and that is where my wife and I took our honeymoon. When I completed my schooling I moved back to Huron where I rented a place for my Store for only $24 a month. I was a dealer in Huron from ’61 to ’71.”

“Hey kid you wanna ride?” Del’s first trip to Sturgis, age 17

Del Hofer on his favorite bikes:

“In all the years I have sold HarleyDavidson motorcycles, the 50’s and 60’s bikes were the most interesting. There was no electric start and you had to kick start them to get them going. They were very well made bikes but you always needed to be prepared to fix them on the spot. You basically needed to be a mechanic to ride.”

Del’s first motorcycle sold 1962 XLCH


Cover continued

Why Fargo?

“After 10 years in Huron, one of my goals was to have a “Nice” HarleyDavidson Dealership. Huron was not the place for it. My search lead me to Fargo. I called John Davidson, grandson of Harley-Davidson’s founder, and he lent me his support. August of ’71 my family and I made the move.”

What was your biggest challenge?

“The late 70’s and 80’s were the toughest years of my life. The bad economy lead us to diversify our product. We sold everything from snowmobiles to golf carts. By the early 80s it was almost a complete disaster and we were simply ‘surviving’. With 20% interest rates all of our money went straight to the bank.”

“...it was Brooks and Dunn.” How is HarleyDavidson right now?

“Harley-Davidson is a stable Ameri-

Del with his two son’s Todd and Kory

can company and we have an excellent product. We have a dynamite 78% of the big bike market. And in all of my years we have not come close to the quality of our product today.”

Got any funny stories?

“I had a gentleman come in one time looking for a motorcycle. When he was ready to purchase I went to my office and grabbed a sales receipt and ask what name I should put on it. He said “Dwight Yokum.” Also two more gentlemen came in and it was Brooks and Dunn. -- True story.”

A little Fargo HarleyDavidson History:

“When I started I had one employee,

1969-1970 Del racing

myself! I was the parts guy, the mechanic, the salesman, everything! Four years down the road I hired my first employee. We now employed 25. We have 139 different types of motorcycle options with about 100 in stock both new and used. We have the largest parts and accessories inventory than any other dealer around because of our longevity of business.”

Del Hofer on the future:

“Experience has given me a sixth sense and I can pretty well foresee what is going to happen in the future. We will continue to be precocious but confident in the motorcycle market and what will come out of this store.

Del’s annual birthday ride - February 5, 2011


Our refusal to gouge people for prices in ’02-’05 when there was a year long waiting list for bikes has paid off tremendously in support of our business.”

later, sold that baby a motorcycle. Simply put, we have the knowledge, experience and relationships to make us the best!”

Any perks for hitting the 50 year benchmark?

“January 26th Harley-Davidson Motor Company came to town and took myself, family and staff out to dinner. In July, Harley Davidson Motor Company is presenting me an award in Anaheim, CA. And August 10th I will be inducted to Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Rapid City, SD joining others such as Evil Kaneval, Jay Leno, and more.”

What separates you from the other dealers?

“Experience! Just write down the numbers 5-0 and that explains it all. For 50 years we have built awesome relationships. I have watched customers come in this store with a baby (actual child, not bike) and then 30 years

Huron, SD - Del and his wife Renee sitting on their bikes.

What is next, 100 year Anniversary?

(Laughs) “I just want to keep going as long as I can. Two goals I have in life are to sell R and F. Ride and have Fun! That’s what life is all about.”

(First Store) Fargo, ND - 590 36th Street South

Del’s Shout out to FARGO

50 years has absolutely been a wonderful ride. It kept me young, it gave me a chance to accomplish something I’ve always wanted to do my entire life. I never asked for help and accomplished it through determination. Life gives you an opportunity and you get out of it what you take out of it. There are no freebies and you should get up every day and accomplish things and help others.

(current store) Fargo, ND - 600 West Main Ave.


Stop in for Lunch 7 Days a week! 4265 45th St. s. #161

701-365-3827

bulldogtap.com

Nightly Drink Specials starting at 8pm!

Sing Your Heart Out Upcoming Theme Nights

Re dne c k N igh t

Beer Pong Sund ays

$3 Vodka/Roaring lions every night 1410 9th St. East West Fargo 701-356-7464

Check out our Website divasandrockstars.com for Full Calendar and Drink Specials


NEW IN FM Tutti Frutti 4900 S. 13th AVE Frozen Yogurt Shop! Find them on Facebook!

Sephora Sephora make-up will now be located inside JC Pennys at West Acers Sephora.com FM Exposure Productions

fmexposure.com 218-688-2305 Video and Graphic Productions Fargo Brewing Company

fargobrewing.com Beer Brewing Company Find them on Facebook! Courtesy of Carly

Event planning and organization 701-540-7365 courtesyofcarly.com Taste of Italy

Formally Stella’s Italian Restaurant 608 1st Ave Downtown 701-365-0608


DINING GREEK/ ITALIAN

Santa Lucia Greek & Italian Restaurante`

Fargo-Moorhead has been known for having a great selection of dining. Santa Lucia’s unique Greek/Mediterranean & Italian style restaurant is one of a kind in this area. Located in the heart of Fargo, north of West Acres mall, the Greek style atmostphere will ensure a memorable experience. We are pleased to include Santa Lucia this month as our dining feature . The best experience was the blast we had putting this story together! See more photos and information at www.fmspotlight.com.


Exclusive interview with owner:

Maria Wilson Lived in Fargo for 20 Years! Fav Dish: BBQ Greek Syle Baby Back Ribs Fav Wine: Amethystos Merlot

History?

My parents owned Santa Lucia before I was born. I believe one of the first sentences I blurted out, at age four, was “someday I wanna have my own restaurant!” I grew up in the business and it’s all I know!

What makes Santa Lucia unique?

The fact that it’s not a chain! It’s owner, operator, and employees are like family. We are all very passionate about giving our customers a unique dinning experience with food that will make their taste buds dance!

Signature dishes?

1. Chicken Sourlaki (Kabobs). This Mediterranean dish is cooked with lemon, garlic, and olive oil, making it light, tasty,

and healthy. 2. Award winning Pizza and Ribs. 3. Killer Gyros, which we make our own Tzatziki (cucumber) sauce for! 4. Greek Salad 5. For dessert we make everything from scratch including our popular greek yogurt.

What can we look forward to?

We are working on putting together a Greek style brunch along with family nights including belly dancers. Another fun tradition we are going to try is Greek Plate Breaking. Greeks believe when you are having a good time you smash plates to show that objects mean nothing and we shouldn’t care about anything when we are enjoying ourselves! “OPA”

Why should we try Santa Lucia?

People are smart with what they put in their bellys today. Greek food is traditionally considered very healthy. On top of that, our food is homemade with the finest ingredients and we are family owned with 20 years of business in Fargo. Our atmosphere is fun and welcoming.

What is that cheese that you light on fire? That is our signature appetizer called the “Greek OPA Cheese”. It is brought tableside and set on fire sending large flames into the air. This is when we all yell “OPA” which is Greek for “WOOHOO”!! It is very popular with the customers and when one table orders it usually means the whole restaurant follows.

For More: fmspotlight.com santaluciainc.com Santa Lucia 1109 38th St. S 701-281-8656


NIGHTLIFE Bar/pub

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West Fargo welcomes a new neighborhood bar to the growing community

Bar Nine is the FM areas newest Bar/Pub. Located in the popular Prairie Parkway on13th Ave in West Fargo, Bar Nine serves the community with a cozy and friendly neighborhood atmosphere. Their “Ice Rail” is one of a kind in this area and keeps a constant reminder that Bar Nine is about cold beer and good times! Now open in April and ready for you to try. Follow Bar Nine at www.fmspotlight.com

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What makes Bar Nine Unique?

Patrick Tweeter, Manager Where did the name Bar Nine come from?

-- Many people think it has a crazy/deep meaning, but BAR NINE comes from its location right off of 9th St. in West Fargo.

--We worked hard to create a pub style atmosphere that includes nice TVs to entertain our guests. We are not just a sports bar! Also, we feature a custom frost chilled rail. This rail keeps your drinks cold and its the only one around. Finally, we have our signature pizza!

What types of beer do you have on tap and how many?

--Our tap selection is a big part of our bar. We have 24 tap lines, with one of the most diverse beer line-ups in town. From classic “blue collar” beers like PBR to the premium domestics like Sam Adams, Fat Tire, Summit EPA, and more.


Our imports consist of Guiness, Amstel Light, Harp, Kokanee, and Dos Equis Amber. We also rotate one tap line of craft brews with our beer of the month.

What else would you like the community to know about Bar Nine? --We are a pub style place where groups and individuals can enjoy the atmosphere, catch sporting events on our 55 inch LCDs, and still carry on conversations with each other. We have great signature pizzas and will be expanding our kitchen menu very soon!!!! As a West Fargo bar, we are very proud of our location, but we are confident we will bring in people from all over!

SPECIALS

Monday is $3 Whiskey and Jeremiah Weed drinks Tuesday is 2 for 1 domestic pints Wednesday is mug night. $5 Mugs -$3 refills Every Wednesday from 8-close. Thursday is $2.50 morgan and bacardi flavors from 7-10. Friday is $4 vodka energy drinks from 8-11. Saturday is $3 bloodys from 12-5 and Tea Night with $3 Teas from 8-close. Sunday Funday with $3 bloodys and $5 domestic pitchers all day!!!

Bar Nine is the FM areas newest Bar/Pub. Located in the popular 13th Ave area in West Fargo, Bar Nine serves the community with a cozy and friendly neighborhood atmosphere. Their “Ice Rail� is one of a kind in this area and keeps a constant reminder that Bar Nine is about cold beer and good times! Now open in April and ready for you to try. Follow more on Bar Nine at www.fmspotlight.com


Be Scene FM Spotlight 1 year anniversary


Martini Specials Lunch Daily Sunday Brunch 11-2 Steak & Seafood Desserts Oysters (weekends) Dancing Coming Soon 1/2 Priced Bottles of Wine Wednesday & Thursday (limited)

John Alexander’s

American Classics Restaurant & Martini Bar 315 Main Avenue South Moorhead

218.287.5802

Closed Mondays Tue. - Sat. 11-10 Sunday 11-9


Grand Opening! Lowest Prices In Town (701) 277-4991

4900 13th Ave. S Next to AppleBees

Buy 5 premium cigars and get one Cigar of equal value FREE! Largest Selection of Hookah and Premium Cigars!

$2 OFF ($35 or more purchase)

Limit one coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with other offers. Expires 5/1/11

$3 Off ($60 or more purchase)

Limit one coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with other offers. Expires 5/1/11

$4 OFF ($90 or more purchase)

Limit one coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with other offers. Expires 5/1/11


The First and Best Sushi Bar in Fargo! Rating on Google!

Lunch Box: rice, miso soup, house salad, japchae, california roll, gyoza, & shrimp tempura 11-3 Mon-Sat

Free Sushi! 1450 25th Street S. Fargo ND 58103 yukihanand.com

Not valid with any other offer. One per table only

Exp. 5/31/11


Buy any regular priced beer or drink and get one FREE!!

Exclueds pitchers and discounted drinks or specials. One drink per person, per day.

Expires: 5/1/11


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