Dining in Manitoba
While the best way to get to know someone is over food, the same can be said when exploring lands unknown. Whether you're spending your time in the city or hitting the road on a trip into the heartland, Manitoba's culinary excellence will impress and surprise. Wet your palette with a craft cocktail or a local brew before getting a taste of our regional cuisine.
From the tradition of fall suppers, to innovative pop-up restaurants on the frozen river, our food scene is a tantalizing mix of the old and new, and of the culture and land that makes Manitoba so unique. Join us at the table and get a taste of everything from Indigenous fare to Mennonite delicacies.
Dining in Winnipeg
Dine at a shared table on the frozen Red River. Sample foods from a dozen different countries in the same block. Let the locals direct you to your new favourite brunch spot. The Winnipeg culinary scene is as eclectic as it is impressive. Our diverse neighbourhoods and communities mean you'll find restaurants serving everything from mouth-watering bison short ribs to just-like-memérè's maple torte and everything in between—usually within walking distance of one another!
Known for prairie-inspired dishes that turn local ingredients into works of art for your eyes and your taste buds, Winnipeg’s restaurants promise food that is fresh, exciting and distinctive. Check out some of the city’s trendiest restaurants to try local favourites like shmoo torte, perogies and pancit. Whether you’re sharing tapas and drinks on the patio or grabbing a late-night poutine on the way back to your hotel, Winnipeg will give you a delicious new take on Canadian cuisine.