Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Dakota Harvest

Dakota Harvest Bakers, the new bakery coming to downtown Grand Forks next week, has just finished their website...check it out. Very nicely done. Their menu looks great (but no doughnuts? j/k). I'm anxious to try the place out and I hope others are also anxious. This is just the kind of business we need many more of downtown. Good job and good luck, Dakota Harvest!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This will be a truly amazing addition to Grand Forks. I hope that they get the support to make it fly. Is the "no donuts" line a joke? I hope that it's not a barometer of the misunderstanding of what a good REAL bakery is all about. Not thaw-and-bake, not par-bake..a REAL bakery.

Good luck guys!

Anonymous said...

I'll be a loyal Amazing Grains customer so long they keep their baking staff compensated for the off-the-hook food they create every morning.

- AG 4 EVER

glass half full said...

Was there today - Monday.
They need to get the bugs worked out but I will go back again and again!!

Tu-Uyen said...

I'm having some of their lemon, cheesecake right now. Nothing wrong with that. Prices are reasonable, too.

Downtown patron said...

everything is quite fresh and the decor is suitably simple. I would go there more often, but the prices are a bit high.

Anonymous said...

I am thrilled to see all these new, local businesses cropping up downtown. Someday, I would like to see an ice cream shop near the Town Square. That would be a big hit in the summer! I hope downtown's unique offerings will lure more visitors away from the generic strip malls and chain restaurants clogging the interstate corridor in Thompson, er, umm, south GF. What a mess.

Anonymous said...

I still miss Joe DiMaggio's. I wish they were still there!

JS said...

Best of luck to Dakota Havest!!!! Finally, more dining choices other than the endlessly opening casual dining bar-and-grills that serve much of the same stuff slightly repackaged.

Now all we need is a good Thai restaurant and a brewpub (Sorry, Blue Moose doesn't count...you have to brew your own beer to be an honest brewpub!)