Where in Manitoba can you get both fur trade history and the golden (chrome?) era of the 1950s all in one day? This quick day trip will take you north of Winnipeg to the area surrounding Lockport and St. Andrews - where you will find an eclectic mix of 1850s fortifications and retro eats.
Header photo by Elizabeth Green Listen: we're not here to debate what actually defines a hotdog (is it a sausage in a long bun, or is it more than that? So many questions.), we're just here to tell you that the high and mighty burger has had plenty of time to shine, and we're ready to give the hotdog some of the spotlight. So here's our picks on where you can get a good ol' fashioned hotdog in Manitoba. There's no doubt that we missed some favourites - so tell us about YOUR picks in the comments!
I don’t quite know what it is about ice cream, all I know is that it is my most favourite treat in the whole wide world. Just ask anyone who knows me well. They’ll tell you stories about the loving relationship ice cream and I share. I would say “No thanks!” to cheesecake, politely decline
Header photo by Winnipeg Cravings Whether you’re a new fan of Riverdale or a long-time Archie comic fan, infusing modern life with retro aesthetic is all the rage right now. And it’s easy to do in Manitoba. Pull out your old letterman jacket and spend a night at the Stardust or Big Island drive-in