A new, locally owned pizza delivery shop will be opening soon in Moorhead.
Nick Enderson of Fargo said he was tired of working in the corporate world and has always loved cooking. Since pizza is his favorite thing to eat and he worked at a pizza place in college, he decided to open his own restaurant.
Pizza Nico will offer crust, toppings, and sauces made from scratch. Enderson plans to keep the shop open until 3 a.m.
He hopes to open Pizza Nico in about a month at 501 Main Ave.
The Buffalo Wild Wings in Moorhead has opened.
The popular grill and bar opened its doors Monday. A billboard above the restaurant at 2201 2nd Ave. N. and a electronic message sign read “Now Open.”
The hours are 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. This Buffalo Wild Wings features more than 90 televisions and two levels of seating.
Work was still ongoing on the exterior of the restaurant Tuesday. There were two workers on the roof and green painter’s masking tape on its yellow and black railings.
A greeter said the restaurant would hold a grand opening in a couple weeks. Its phone number is (218) 512-0400.
Muscatell Kia has moved out of Moorhead.
Lunde Auto Center purchased Muscatell Kia this morning, said Andy Boen, who owns Lunde.
The new dealership is called Kia of Fargo.
Ward Muscatell, who owns Muscatell Subaru in Moorhead and other North Dakota and Minnesota car dealerships, said he made the sale because he plans to focus on expanding his other dealerships.
Check back on inforum.com and in The Forum tomorrow where business reporter Marino Eccher will have more information on the sale.
Popular Moorhead restaurant Thai Orchid has moved.
The ethnic food establishment moved from its First Avenue North location to the Moorhead Center Mall, Sept. 10. It now occupies the 10,000-square-foot space* Country Kitchen vacated in 2008.
The restaurant, owned by Thamrong “Keng” Dechawuth and David Scheer, seats 120 people – about the same as the old location, but it has a more open layout.
The menu hasn’t changed much. A few unpopular items were dropped and the restaurant has added some new options, Dechawuth said.
Thai Orchid first opened at 900 1st Ave. N. in 2005.
Read tomorrow’s Forum or inforum.com to find out how First Avenue North construction affected the business.
*Because of a typo in a previous story (we don’t like to name names, but it was mine), this figure was originally reported as 100,000 square feet. As an astute reader points out below, that’s entirely too large – we like Thai food, but not THAT much Thai food.