Header Photo: Hildegard's Bakery by Wild Thistle Design We love springtime in Manitoba. And you know what? We like to think that spring loves us too. Sunny skies and chirping birds beckon us gently out of our cozy winter abodes as we open our windows to the crisp, pleasant spring air and begin to envision all that the warmer months bring to the province. It's an exciting time. If you are ready to enter the season of new beginnings, start with trying each of these 10 restaurants, cafes and bakeries that will make springtime in Manitoba that much more delicious!
As summer comes ever tantalizingly closer, one becomes of the mind of frosty beers sipped on patios, crisp whites paired with meals eaten al fresco and that first steaming mug of tea in the morning as you savour the sunrise over the lake at your cottage. Manitoba is home to numerous crafters, creators and distillers of a variety of sips and tipples both of the spirited kind and not. So sit back, crack a cold one and mull over these locally grown options.
From 'snow' desserts and modern diners to a once-in-a-lifetime dining event set in a historic site, we have everything you need to take your foodie game to the next level. This winter, try something new and visit one (or more) of these 8 restaurants and eateries in Manitoba... St. James Burger &
Who doesn’t love a good poutine? It’s the perfect comfort food to warm any wintry day. And if you’ve sampled a few varieties, you’d know just how out of the box – I daresay exotic – some of these cheesy creations can get. Think Le Burger Week on caffeine minus the burger, plus the potatoes and
Late in September, my partner and I found out the best way to spend a rainy fall day in Manitoba. Not only do autumn roadtrips offer a spectacular glimpse at the colours of the season, but they also have the potential to bring you to new (and tasty) locations. We set our sights on Farmery Estate
Not only is RAW:churchill the most exclusive dining event in the country, it’s one of those authentic journeys that gives travellers huge insight into the Canadian identity. Trust us, you’ll feel more Canadian after the transformative experience of RAW:churchill. By now you’ve likely heard of
After a lengthy absence (due to laws that have since been changed) craft beer fans in Winnipeg now have a lot to pore over (or should that be pour from?). A handful of new breweries have opened within the last year, while most of our already established breweries have added tasting rooms to their
Master Explorer is a regular series profiling adventurous locals who are inspired by Manitoba and create something unique. Their creations then fuel others to explore and embrace the province. This month’s feature introduces you to Joe Kalturnyk, architect of RAW:almond, the designer pop-up
As Brandon welcomed the top curlers in the country for the Home Hardware Canada Cup , we thought we’d take a closer look at the love affair between Manitoba and curling. This province has a reputation for curling excellence, with Manitoba tied for the most men’s national championships, second for the
While we didn’t see any proof in the form of pictures, we’re certain that there must have been an influx in Nutty Club and Flintabbety Flonatin costumes last year after we inspired the masses to think Manitoba for Halloween. But if you were one of the few that didn’t get the chance to dress up as a