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RESTAURANTS AND BARS

Since reopening under new ownership in May the bar & grill has offered two dining experiences and a saloon, with plans for future expansion.
The business relocated near Walmart.
These local favorites may become your new favorites.
The Bismarck native, who is chef and owner of Butterhorn, and owner of Shelter Belt, matched her skills against 14 other highly skilled chefs for Season 19 of Top Chef.

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The death by suicide of the charismatic Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef who openly struggled with addiction and mental illness, resonated with many restaurant workers. Then came the pandemic, which helped relaunch tough conversations about the psychological impacts of restaurant jobs. A Denver company with 10 restaurants had a revelation: Let’s hire a full-time mental health clinician.
Sandra Kobs-Sabo was arrested on charges of simple assault against a police officer and sexual assault for offensive contact. She faces almost six years in prison if convicted on both counts.
The honor was for the Best of the Jamestown Area contest.
The honor was for the Best of the Jamestown Area contest.
Food, staff and bar categories were top winners.

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Area chefs sharpen their knives against haters of the bird and say they "can't imagine doing Thanksgiving without a turkey."
Thanks to COVID — the "gift" that keeps on giving — you may have to brave your Great Aunt Violet's hideous holiday gifts this year with nogless eggs and "nulled" cider. Then again, maybe not. Some local retailers say all consumers need is a little patience.
While the rest of the world may operate according to the Scoville scale to measure the pungency of chili peppers, many of us North Dakotans (this writer included) operate according to a whole new scale that I like the call the "Tollefsrud unit." This ranges from a mild “uffda” for when Ole Tollefsrud gets heartburn after wife Phyllis slips a bell pepper into her sloppy Joe mix to a passionate "Fyda!" when she tries to spice up things with a teaspoon of Sriracha in the hotdish.

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