North Dakota Pizza Tour Fire grilled pizza

First stop ... JB's Brickhouse in Jamestown, ND

Grape and Honey Lavoshe

We started with a tasty Lavoshe. The sweet honey and grapes played well off the smokey fire grilled crust

Bacon Horseradish Pizza

There were a lot of interesting choices on the menu. We decided on the Bacon Horseradish. The horseradish was not overpowering and provided a nice backdrop to the bacon.

... they also served some great local brews

The next stop was Rhombus Guys in Fargo, ND.

We ordered the Cheeseburger pizza. The pickles gave it a nice sour contrast to the rest of the hamburger and bacon.

ND Pizza tour postponed due to rain ... Stopped by Junkyard Brewery in Moorehead, MN

... next stop ... Blackbird Woodfire in Fargo, ND

We had the Saugage Apple pizza

Béchamel cream sauce, house made sausage, Granny Smith apple, fresh sage, parmesan cheese, & micro greens

We washed it down with a couple of beers from Junkyard Brewery

Next stop ... Starving Rooster in Minot ND

I went for the The Hercules – pepperoni, Italian sausage, Canadian bacon, prosciutto & house 4 cheese blend with spicy red sauce

There was also garlic flatbread with whole cloves of roasted garlic!!

The restaurant, originally built in 1919 for the Altman and Taylor Tractor Company was built on quality and a pride for the things you make. The “starving rooster” logo was used by the company as their brand “moniker.” As legend has it, the Altman Taylor Company made a threshing machine that was of the highest quality and didn’t leave a speck of grain behind. As a result, the roosters had nothing to eat

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