There is no doubt that 2022 was a year of frustration for many Bismarck, Mandan businesses.

The sad thing it hasn't been a hidden secret that businesses ( especially restaurants ) have had to deal with being understaffed and have struggled to serve their loyal customers. Two very popular places decided to close their doors for good in the last half year. A chain restaurant, Johnny Carino's lost their Fargo place just weeks before Bismarck's Carino's said goodbye for good back in September. Earlier in the same month, MacKenzie River Pizza Pub and Grill in north Bismarck surprised everyone by announcing on their Facebook Page some heartfelt words. After taking care of so many people for over 10 years - MacKenzie River Pizza Grill and Pub said "... they could no longer maintain the level of service to their customers because of the limited labor available in the Bismarck Mandan area" That's the reality of the times we are going through.

However, we just welcomed 2023  - check out a new beginning is planned for 4510 Skyline Crossing

Now I know there will be people who will say "With restaurants closing all over BisMan, WHY would we be opening new ones?"  To that, I always so, never give up. The city of Bismarck just recently announced the plans for a new eatery called Sazon - according to "The MacKenzie River building has been vacant since September 7, the owner of Charras and Tequila, David Mendoza, bought the building on October 26 and will be opening a new restaurant there called Sazon"  So very soon 4510 Skyline Crossing will have life once again.

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