A nightlife guide to Winnipeg

Header photo: The Roost by Ashley Klassen For those driving across the border for a weekend away, Winnipeg's nightlife is the cherry on top of daytime activities like shopping, spas, sporting events and the Assiniboine Park Zoo. With a minimum drinking age of 18, our city comes alive at night (yes,

Daring & delicious dining adventures in Winnipeg

Winnipeg is known for its food scene, so much so that it might be worth the trip alone (especially so if you’re within driving distance). Admittedly, with over 1000 restaurants to choose from, you’re going to need a few days to take in our culinary excellence. Here are just a few of the restaurants,

I 🍀 MB: A leprechaun’s tour of Manitoba

With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, naturally we wondered what a day in the life of a leprechaun might look like in Manitoba. These mischief-makers are drawn to gold, lucky charms, rainbows and all things green, making Manitoba quite the destination for these Irish fairies. If you spot one, be sure

11 cozy escapes for weary travelers

“Oh you can search far and wide, You can drink the whole town dry, But you’ll never find a beer so brown, Oh you’ll never find a beer so brown, As the one we drink in our hometown” ~ The Green Dragon Song If you’re like me, you have long fantasized about stumbling through a blustering snowy eve