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  • Winnipeg fall food events that only your waistline will want to miss

    Winnipeg fall food events that only your waistline will want to miss

    If you are into food festivals and all round gluttony, Winnipeg in September is the place to be. Much like kids who are currently hitting the panic button with that first day of school looming so...

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  • Coconut curry magic continues at family affair Sabai Thai

    Coconut curry magic continues at family affair Sabai Thai

    In 1984, if you were to tell Vilayphone Manivong when she first came to Winnipeg from Laos that one day she would be a chef and co-owner of a very successful Thai restaurant, she would not have...

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  • New & Notable: Bisita goes all out with Filipino hospitality and flavour

    New & Notable: Bisita goes all out with Filipino hospitality and flavour

    “Bisita means visitor, or guest,” says chef/owner Roddy Seradilla, as we sit on his restaurant’s patio talking all things Filipino. He continues, “and growing up in a Filipino household — all...

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  • Where Chefs Eat Vol. 4: Segovia and Clementine’s Adam Donnelly

    Where Chefs Eat Vol. 4: Segovia and Clementine’s Adam Donnelly

    Chef Adam Donnelly, along with his wife and business partner Carolina Konrad, are responsible for Winnipeg’s two hottest restaurants, Segovia Tapas Bar in Osborne Village, and the brunch-centric...

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  • Where prominent ‘Peggers Eat: Global News’ Heather Steele

    Where prominent ‘Peggers Eat: Global News’ Heather Steele

    Today we start a new series on where prominent Winnipegers eat and we’re kicking it off with a guest blog by Global News at 6 p.m. co-anchor Heather Steele. When Heather isn’t on the air, she is...

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  • Did you know it has a patio? Winnipeg’s newest (and lesser-known) patio places

    Did you know it has a patio? Winnipeg’s newest (and lesser-known) patio places

    Everywhere you look in the city more and more restaurant patios are popping up — especially on to already established restaurants — which is really rad. If you’re not a patio kind of person, if...

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  • The first year has been a beauty for St. Boniface’s La Belle Baguette

    The first year has been a beauty for St. Boniface’s La Belle Baguette

    There’s an online review of La Belle Baguette on Zomato, by someone with the handle Intl.Foodie, that begins with this gem: “Everything they turn out seems to be fraught with magic and I don’t say...

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  • Brunch? Beer? Worldly cuisine? Yup, Winnipeg has a tour for that

    Brunch? Beer? Worldly cuisine? Yup, Winnipeg has a tour for that

    Sometimes you have to go with a pro when you are looking to discover a city’s culinary scene. Here in Winnipeg, that’s been made easy with the likes of the West End Biz, Exchange District BIZ, and...

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  • New & Notable: Upcoming Winnipeg Food Events

    New & Notable: Upcoming Winnipeg Food Events

    The culinary powers that be in Winnipeg apparently want you to do a serious amount of eating and drinking this month — which is just fine by me. So instead of doing a regular story-based article,...

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  • The Common at The Forks sets a new standard for public markets in Canada

    The Common at The Forks sets a new standard for public markets in Canada

    There is simply nothing else like The Common in Canada, the brand new (it just opened yesterday at 11 a.m.) reimagining of The Forks Market. The whole first floor of the building now has a liquor...

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  • Winnipeg Food Truck Guide: 2016 Edition

    Winnipeg Food Truck Guide: 2016 Edition

    At last count, we have officially eaten at 40 Winnipeg food trucks, including 29 during a two-day stint judging Food Truck Wars at ManyFest (which was aggressive/delicious to say the least). This...

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  • Where chefs eat Vol. 3: meeting over meats with chef Jon Hochman

    Where chefs eat Vol. 3: meeting over meats with chef Jon Hochman

    Anyone who has anything at Sherbrook Street Delicatessen — particularly the smoked meat, pickled tongue, chopped liver, beef salami, and … okay just about everything on the menu — knows that chef...

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  • TABLE FOR 1200 MORE BRINGS FAMILY STYLE DINING TO GREAT LENGTHS

    TABLE FOR 1200 MORE BRINGS FAMILY STYLE DINING TO GREAT LENGTHS

    Intimate dinners are okay. But dining with 1200 other people at one of the world’s longest dining tables can be so much better. Yes, it will be a chore trying to take in everybody’s name, but if...

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  • New & Notable x 3: Clementine, Oh Doughnuts and La Roca

    New & Notable x 3: Clementine, Oh Doughnuts and La Roca

    Within the last week three eagerly anticipated places have opened in the city — two of which are riding a wave of previous successes. Let’s start with Clementine (123 Princess Street), a brand new...

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  • New & Notable: Saperavi brings the flavours of Georgia (the country) to Winnipeg

    New & Notable: Saperavi brings the flavours of Georgia (the country) to Winnipeg

    Some people may know the “the most interesting man in the world” to be the bearded Dos Equis guy, but I’m telling you that Saperavi restaurant owner Landis Henry could give him a run for his...

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  • Where Winnipeg chefs eat on their days off: Part two

    Where Winnipeg chefs eat on their days off: Part two

    “When you own a restaurant, you don’t frequently have a lot of time to go out. I have one or two days where I maybe can escape for a few hours to go have a meal — I never have a Friday or Saturday...

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  • Good to go: food that’s perfect for a picnic in the park

    Good to go: food that’s perfect for a picnic in the park

    Life’s always a picnic in Winnipeg. And now, with spring finally here, we can drop that figurative part and get literal with this take on where and what you can eat to make your real picnic prime...

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  • New & Notable (and almost open): beer, coffee, cocktails and a cozy spot

    New & Notable (and almost open): beer, coffee, cocktails and a cozy spot

    If 2016 is any indication, Winnipeg now officially has a thing for craft beer. Not to say craft beer drinkers weren’t already abundant in the city, but it was just that — due to laws that were...

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  • Where Winnipeg chefs eat on their days off

    Where Winnipeg chefs eat on their days off

    Chefs eat food, or at least taste it, all day. It’s their job (thanks for that Captain Obvious) — so they’re probably a good source to ask about restaurants. Some of the best hidden gem rooms I’ve...

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  • Baon Manila Nights pop-up: elevating Philippine food for the masses

    Baon Manila Nights pop-up: elevating Philippine food for the masses

    Despite a robust Filipino population and a great deal of talented Filipino chefs working in some of the city’s best restaurants, it’s strange to note that Winnipeg is not known outside its...

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