Dave Olson, Published February 27 2013
Green Market in downtown Fargo closing
“The restaurant has been a consuming passion for the past six years and we are looking forward to new passions in our lives,” the statement said.
“It has been a joy and a privilege,” it added. “We thank all of you for your patronage, kindness, and friendship.”
The business, 69 4th St. N., is closed this week, but it will reopen after March 6, before closing for good March 30, when the business is throwing a party, according to the closing notice.
“Reserve a table, have us cater a party, or come say hello,” the statement said.
When it opened in Fargo about six years ago, the Green Market initially set up as a grocery store and deli at 623 NP Ave., a site that once housed Phil Wong’s restaurant.
Before moving to its present location, the business operated in the Plains Art Museum for a time.