Spring brings more new businesses in downtown Bismarck...
Steph Scheurer tells us about one long-awaited restaurant...another tasty option in this week's Around Town.
Just two days ago, hump day welcomed Humpback Sally's.
It's a small plates tavern right on main in downtown Bismarck.
"What we do is small portion sizes, sharable foods. So you can come in and get five, six, seven, eight different dishes with a couple friends, share things, sample through the menu and we don't give really large portions so it's almost like family style," says Kate Gerwin, General Manager, Humpback Sally's.
They offer world cuisines and specialize in craft cocktails.
Twenty-one and older, open Wednesday through Saturday from 5pm to 1am.
Tinee & Trendee, a new baby store on South Washington will open May 1st.
They'll sell everything from baby clothing to furniture, with trendy style being a top priority.
"I have a little girl and I want her to dress in really cute clothes that nobody else can really have so this is a one of a kind store," says Miranda Bodvig, Owner, Tinee & Trendee.
Your baby can even wear a magnetic onesie and the cribs convert to full, day bed, and queen headboards.
Feil Orthodontics in Mandan opened on December 8th.
It's Mandan's first and only orthodontic clinic.
Feil also has their main clinic in Bismarck and a satellite clinic in Beulah.
Blake Feil says he's excited to be a part of this community.
"Mandan being my home town, I always had the intentions of coming back here too and it was time. Mandan's doing so well as far as a growing community and Mandan's starting to have a lot of its own amenities and I wanted to be part of that," says Blake Feil, Orthodontist, Feil Orthodontics.
Feil Orthodontics in Mandan is happy to announce they'll soon double the number of available appointments they have.
They're bringing on another orthodontist so they'll be operational at multiple clinics at the same time.
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