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Restaurant sign complaint leads to donation for Human Rights Coalition

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO (KVRR) – A Fargo restaurant raised nearly $3,000 from a t-shirt sale inspired by a customer’s complaint about a sign on the eatery’s restrooms. The customer complained on Facebook that Luna’s restroom door sign “Whichever” is offensive and would not return. The customer also said “Fargo is not Portland.”…

Luna Fargo turns bathroom controversy into money for nonprofit

Luna Fargo is selling "Fargo is not Portland" shirts for $25 to donate to a nonprofit organization

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A Fargo restaurant is turning what they call their “15 minutes of fame” into money for a nonprofit organization. Earlier this week, we told you about Luna Fargo, on South University Drive, firing back online at a customer’s complaints over their bathroom signs. The signs read, “Whichever.” The customer says the signs are offensive and he…

Fargo restaurant fires back after bathroom sign complaint

Luna Fargo on Facebook: "We consider gender neutral bathrooms to be a very small way we can let our community know that we take inclusivity very seriously."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A Fargo restaurant fires back after a customer complains over its bathroom signs. Luna Fargo on University Drive shared to Facebook a message from a customer who says they work for a fortune 500 tech company and brought a date to the restaurant. The customer says the door sign “Whichever” is offensive and their date chose…

Local Business Creates Go Fund Me To Help It’s Employees During COVID-19

The owner found a creative way to get the employees involved.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – Like many businesses, Luna Fargo and Sol Ave Kitchen in Moorhead have seen the impact of COVID-19. The restaurants went from having 10 to 15 employees to having less than five. After seeing restaurants across the nation doing GoFundme campaigns for their employees, Nicki Berglund, the owner of both restaurants, wanted to do something for her staff. She…

Luna Fargo Puts on Second Annual Block Party

Vendors included local farmers, Scoop–n–Dough, Off the Deck Hot Sauce and more

  FARGO, N.D. — Ribfest may be over but summer festivities are only beginning. Luna Fargo put on their second summer block party this year in historic Midtown. Vendors included local farmers, Scoop–n–Dough, Off the Deck Hot Sauce and more. Last year was the first block party Luna threw where they expected about 250 people, but more than 800 people showed…