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The Boiler Room North Dakota 2024 ( Prices + menu + location )

"Discover Elevated Comfort Food at The Boiler Room in North Dakota"

The Boiler Room North Dakota Hip, subterranean New American eatery & bar offering signature cocktails & terrace dining.

The Boiler Room North Dakota

  • Rating of 5 stars: 4.5
  • pricing: $$
  • Menu: click Here
  • The Boiler Room North Dakota phone number: +17014781990

The Boiler Room North Dakota

The Scotch eggs are terrific, and there is a kid’s menu with some great options (though my kid said the chicken nuggets really should have been called fried chicken). Great atmosphere and vibe. Some dishes were hit or miss though.

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This place was recommended by a local team member for me. And boy am I glad I asked! It’s The Boiler Room. Of course it’s in a basent of a building. The decor matched, and I love blue collar work and décor. They had a good selection of tap beers.

The menu had plenty of options. But let me tell you… their Knoephla soup (potato) was stellar. Sat at the bar on a slow Tuesday night. My server Jase was funny and interactive. When I visit again I will definitely be coming back. Definitely a fun night at The Boiler Room! The service was phenomenal. He joked with us and chatted with us; very personable.

Our food came out quickly and it was nice and warm. The chairs were actually quite comfortable. It was a quiet night so we were seated right away, no wait! The drinks were a little on the strong side, but very good. The fries were crispy and not too salty. The atmosphere was calm, and the music wasn’t too loud. It was a great night. I’d probably go back if I had the chance.

We enjoyed the scotch eggs. I had the chicken and waffles which I enjoyed a lot, but the sausage was a bit too strong for me. Chris had the meatloaf melt which he enjoyed but he was not overly impressed. The atmosphere was interesting reflecting a bit of steam punk.

Very good! We thoroughly enjoyed both dishes. The Gouda Mac and Cheese was topped with divine tender bits of short rib. The meatloaf was huge with a rich peppery gravy. We would come back here. We’re from out of town so don’t get to Fargo often, but glad we found this place. Super unique location and atmosphere

A hidden eatery beneath the Fargo city streets! Wonderful service from Laura & engaging conversation from Jeff. I ordered both the steak bites & chicken pot pie. Chef Q served up the 2 dishes perfectly cooked with delightful flavors.

The two sauces that came with steak, complemented each other for a a rich taste that you could adjust to your palate & the chicken pot pie took me back to a time in my grandmother’s kitchen when hearty delicious meals preceded frozen tins of premade meals.

A clean, comfortable place, The Boiler Room seems to be a popular place as they were quite busy (for a Tuesday) when I arrived & I was grateful it was one of the rare Fargo restaurants open 11PM.

An awesome basement spot with a good beer selection and good food in downtown Fargo. I came in through Robert’s Alley and was loving the environment inside. It’s pretty relaxed with a nice bar and plenty of seating away from the bar. Laura at the bar was great, good vibes and good conversation. Definitely a go-to spot in Fargo, did not disappointment every time I visited.

basant Mamdouh

Basant Mamdouh is a dedicated content writer with a passion for exploring and reviewing restaurants and cafes in the United States of America. With a keen eye for detail and a love for culinary experiences, Basant thrives on capturing the essence of dining establishments and sharing her insights with a broader audience.

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