Twist

Cajun Cafe closes after 20 years

The Cajun Cafe is one of two businesses who've announced their closures this week.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The Cajun Cafe is yet another local business who’s announced it will be closing its doors after struggles amid the pandemic “It was a very difficult year and it definitely knocked us back like it did everybody. We lost a lot of money during that,” Cajun Cafe owner Gary Gilbertson said. With Twist in Downtown Fargo…

Downtown Fargo’s Twist closes, ‘new concept’ coming soon

FARGO (KVRR) – A lack of workers and rising expenses have forced a downtown Fargo restaurant to close its doors. Twist, located at 220 Broadway, is closed, effective today. The eatery announced on social media that the closure was necessary because of labor and supply chain challenges and continually rising costs of ingredients and supplies. “We are reconsidering our approach…

Local business provides vegan community members a Thanksgiving Meal with a twist

Alternative meal choice provides option for a 'gentler' holiday dinner

FARGO, N.D. — A local business is helping the vegan community celebrate a gentler thanksgiving dinner. Twist fusion restaurant is providing 40 thanksgiving alternative meals for the Fargo-Moorhead Vegans and Friends group. The dinners include a vegan beef wellington with rice, veggies, and mushroom gravy and a green bean casserole. The organizer says they had to find an alternative for…

Twist To Close For 30 Days Due To Liquor License Violation

The city-imposed a 30-day suspension

FARGO, N.D. — A downtown Fargo bar and restaurant is closing for awhile. It’s not due to COVID-19 but rather a second liquor license violation. The sale of food at Twist only came in at 48% and not the 50% required by it’s license. The city-imposed a 30-day suspension. The operators announcing on Facebook that they will close Twist on…

Twist to close temporarily due to liquor license mishap

Twist says it will reopen on Tuesday, September 8.

FARGO, N.D.–Twist will be closing its doors temporarily starting Sunday, August 9. The cocktail bar made a Facebook post announcing the news saying they “got themselves into a bit of hot water with the city.” According to the post, Twist was only able to make 48 percent of its total sales in food, which is two percent less than it…

Local Businesses Support New Downtown Fargo Drinking Ordinance

Business owners think that the ordinance encourages people to check out downtown establishments during events

FARGO, N.D. —¬†With many events like the Street Fair and Corks and Canvas set to take place in the next few months, several members of the Downtown Community Partnership feel the new ordinance for drinking at downtown events will bring more people through their doors. Hundreds of thousands of people venture to Downtown Fargo each summer to take part in…