Industry News | December 5, 2012

Quaker Steak & Lube Sets Up Shop in Fargo, North Dakota

The casual-dining concept Quaker Steak & Lube, known for its Best Wings USA and over 20 sauce varieties, will bring a new restaurant to Fargo, North Dakota. The Lube will open to the public Wednesday, December 12, at 3 p.m. The restaurant will create close to 150 jobs for the area and will be the first Quaker Steak & Lube location in North Dakota. The new Lube will be located at 1776 45th Street in South Fargo.

The new Lube will encompass a 9,930 square-foot design while accommodating seating for 370 people including a brickyard patio and two bars.
 
“We are very excited to open the first Quaker Steak & Lube in North Dakota,” says Jacob Wright, of High Peaks Hospitality. “Everyone in Fargo will now have the chance to enjoy The Lube’s fun atmosphere and award-winning food and service.”
 
Highlights of the Fargo Lube restaurant include a 1934 Ford Custom Street Rod, 1974 Black on Black Corvette Stingray hanging from the ceiling in the Vette Room, Tony Stewart’s Home Depot #20 Race Shell, and a 1986 Honda CR 250 Dirt Bike.
 
The Fargo Lube will feature appetizing menu selections and will hold supercharged events all week including NFL Sunday Ticket, Kid’s Night, All You Can Eat Wings, Bingo, Gear Up Ticket Giveaways, Trivia Night, Karaoke, UFC Night, and much more!
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