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New In Town: Daily’s Market

Photos By Hillary Ehlen

A market where you can pick up the necessities and more. That idea seems like a no-brainer for Downtown Fargo, but it has gone unfulfilled for so long despite the area growing. More and more people are not only occupying Downtown for leisure but with new apartments sprouting up in and around Downtown, more Fargoans are choosing to live in the city’s epicenter.

So, Daily’s Market came along and, as their slogan indicates, they are here for Fargo. Taking over the Abovo space on Broadway, Daily’s has brought back a full-service grocery/convenience market in Downtown Fargo. It comes at a much-needed time as Downtown inhabitants have flocked to the location for the necessities. Bread? They got it. Milk? They got it. Eggs? Sure thing.

Obviously, that is not the only thing Daily’s Market offers Downtown shoppers. They have a selection of fresh fruit, snacks, a coffee bar, soft drinks, kitchen necessities and health products like sunscreen, pain relievers and so on. If you’re in a pinch and need to grab something quickly, Daily’s is there for you. They truly define what it means to be convenient, especially in a high foot traffic area like Broadway.

While their primary entrance is on Broadway, Daily’s also has an entrance in the back of the store. That door leads out into Roberts Alley which is becoming another high foot traffic area in Downtown Fargo. Daily’s Market adds their name to the list of phenomenal businesses in the alley.

Daily’s is also catering to you. If you have an item you can not find in their store, head over to their website and fill out their “Daily Essential” form. You might just see that item around Daily’s shortly thereafter.

It’s true that Daily’s Market has found its niche in Downtown Fargo and it is one they solely own. If you’re in a pinch for something at home or you just need to swing by for a cup of coffee or a soda, Daily’s Market is there for you.

Downtown Fargo rejoices at that fact.


Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

216 Broadway North

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