New Pub in Lincoln, ND. Lincoln Pub is a new pub to the Lincoln community and will be a great asset. The pub is in the old Angus Grill & Lounge building at 100 Santee Rd, Lincoln, ND 58504. People have loved watching Lincoln, ND grow and more businesses are coming there.

They currently now have three bars out there. The Tumbleweed Bar & Steak House, DJ's Tavern, and now the Lincoln Pub. I'm excited to go out and try the Lincoln Pub. According to the Lincoln ND Community page, the pub opened last Friday, April 29, 2022. Lincoln, ND is a growing community and has been growing for many years. Many people like living in Lincoln. Lincoln has there own police, community hall, public works, bars, gas stations, bank, grocery store, and churches. The community is always looking to expand.

I'm excited to see what will happen to the community in the next ten years. Lincoln Pub is going to add to that great atmosphere of the community. Are you excited to go to Lincoln Pub? Many people are really excited to try the new pub out. Whenever a new restaurant or bar comes to town it's always a lot of fun going there to try it for the first time. I'm excited to go there myself and try it out. Many people are excited to try the new restaurant. The Lincoln Pub is in a great location and will be a nice place to go. 

 

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