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The Main Street Drive Through Liquor Store has been open for about two weeks, and so far customers are liking the unique atmosphere.

"The fact that they maybe feel like they're sitting in the liquor store while they're having a beer is kind of a unique experience and we kind of blend the two together and everybody seems to be very pleased with what we're doing," Owner of main Street Drive Through Liquor Jerry Stryker said.

Not only can you sit down and buy a drink at the liquor store, but you can also do some sampling.

"Our bar piece is a place where people come in and try and taste some different things, before they purchase out of the liquor store side, so we use our bar as sort of a sampling situation," Stryker said.

And along with being able to enjoy a drink *inside the liquor store, the drive through is open for customers 7 days a week.

Finally around town a new pizza vendor is setup in front of Bearscat, but it's not your traditional baked pizza.

"Our pizza is a little different it's all cooked in this wood fire oven with no electricity or gas so I'm heating it with all oak wood, it gives a nice smokiness in the dough, the crust," Owner of Fireflour Pizza Kenny Howard said.

Fireflour Pizza will be open every Friday in front of Bearscat from eleven to seven and they also do catering.

Fireflour Pizza is working on getting a location in downtown Bismarck and hopes to setup on Wednesday's from eleven to seven.

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