Going out to eat can be a complicated experience for those with dietary restrictions. How does Winnipeg’s restaurant culture fare when it comes to accommodating allergies and alternative lifestyles?
Winnipeg is getting a glance at what a food policy council will look like for the city.
Shrugging Doctor Brewing Company, a new alcohol delivery service which launched Jan. 27, is hoping to reshape the way people in Winnipeg obtain their booze.
Even those who prefer savoury treats may find sugar in their favourite pre-packaged snacks, but consumers are seeking out other ways to indulge cravings.
The Good Will Social Club was once divided into the bar side and the pizza side. Have a Nice Day, the new eatery, promises to be a more cohesive space with options as diverse as its clientele.
Tea is hot, and local shops are opening all over town to meet the demand.
1. Stella’s Cafe & Bakery
2. Tallest Poppy
3. Deer + Almond
1. Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company
2. Oh Doughnuts
3. Tie: Sleepy Owl / A L’Epi de Blé
1. Paul Hewak (Burrito Del Rio)
2. Cory Ralke (The Tallest Poppy)
3. James Brown (The Cavern)
Village Diner opens in the West End
Enjoy summer’s produce through the winter
The many options for getting local grub
A guide to all things pumpkin in Winnipeg
When I first got sober and worried about people’s reactions, a wise friend told me that other people’s responses were more about them than me.
August 26 to 28: Free corn and apple juice
August 19 to 20: Don’t forget to bring a napkin
July 31 to August 13: Delicious food and global entertainment
July 29 to 31: Camp by the waterfront and enjoy some fan favourites
July 13 to 24: All of The Exchange is a stage
July 22 to 24: Sharing Altona culture