The following is a sampling of Peg City Grub's most sought after culinary categories:
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And please note: This does not include the hundreds of amazing Vietnamese restaurants in the West End.
Yujiro - sushi /izakaya / ramen (1822 Grant Avenue)
Izakaya Edokko (190 Smith Street)
Fusian Experience (612 Academy Road)
Maque (909 Dorchester Avenue)
Noodle Express (180 King Street)
Pho Hoang (794 Sargent Avenue)
Breakfast and Brunch
When bacon, eggs and toast won’t do, these spots take the most-important meal of the day to the next level.
Clementine (123 Princess Street)
Falafel Place (1101 Corydon Avenue)
Marion Street Eatery (393 Marion Street)
Stella’s (multiple locations)
The Tallest Poppy (103 Sherbrook Street)
Every neighbourhood has a trendy third wave coffee shop where hip staff will brew you the perfect cup.
Café Postal (202 Provencher Boulevard)
Fools + Horses (379 Broadway + The Forks)
Forth (171 McDermot Avenue)
MAKE Coffee + Stuff (751 Corydon Avenue)
Parlour Coffee (468 Main Street)
Thom Bargen Coffee & Tea (250 Kennedy Street & 64 Sherbrook Street)
Where sandwich making has become an art form.
King + Bannatyne (100 King Street)
Miss Browns (288 William Avenue)
Nick’s on Broadway (287 Broadway)
Sherbrook Street Delicatessen(102 Sherbrook Street)
Whether you are looking for local grass fed beef, or a famed Winnipeg Fat Boy, The Peg takes its burgers seriously.
Boon Burger (multiple locations - vegan)
Dairi-Wip Drive-In (383 Marion Street – Fat Boys)
Mrs. Mike’s (286 Tache Avenue – Fat Boys)
Nuburger (multiple locations – local, ethical meats)
V.J.’s Drive Inn (170 Main Street – Fat Boys)
The perfect spots to pick up something before heading out for a summer picnic.
Baraka Pita Bakery (1783 Main Street)
BMC Market - Taqueria (722 Osborne Street)
Beet Happening (818 Notre Dame Avenue)
Chosabi (100 King St & 2696 Pembina Highway)
Shawarma Khan (225 McDermont Avenue)
The best way to get the real feel of a city is to do some people watching from a sunny patio.
Bar Italia (737 Corydon Avenue)
Chaise Café (271 Provencher Boulevard)
Cibo’s Waterfront Café (399 Waterfront Drive)
529 Wellington (529 Wellington Crescent)
Tavern United (260 Hargrave Street – rooftop)
Rudy's Eat & Drink (375 Graham Avenue)
A little something for everyone.
Capital Grill (3116 Roblin Boulevard)
The Cornerstone Bar & Restaurant(93 Osborne Street)
Feast Café Bistro (587 Ellice Avenue)
Pizzeria Gusto (404 Academy Road)
Promenade Cafe and Wine (130 Provencher Boulevard)
The Grove (164 Stafford Street)
Harth Mozza & Wine Bar (980 St. Anne's Road)
Small Plates / Tapas
These chef-driven rooms have all received heaps of national acclaim.
Cordova (93 Albert Street)
deer + almond (85 Princess Street)
Enoteca (1670 Corydon Avenue)
Segovia (484 Stradbrook Avenue)
Sweets & Pastries
From bean to bar chocolates, to Instagram-worthy bakeries, Winnipeg has your sweet tooth covered.
Aschenti Cocoa (782 Corydon Avenue)
Baked Expectations (161 Osborne Street)
Chocolatier Constance Popp (180 Provencher Boulevard)
La Belle Baguette (248 De La Cathédrale Avenue)
L’Epi de Blé (1757 Main Street)
Jenna Rae Cakes (580 Academy Road)
Tall Grass Prairie (The Forks & 859 Westminster Avenue)
Ice Cream / Gelato
During Winnipeg’s hot summers a sweet cool-down is always in order.
Bridge Drive-In (766 Jubilee Avenue)
Eva’s Gelato (1001 Corydon Avenue)
Nucci’s Gelati (643 Corydon Avenue)
Sargent Sundae (2053 Portage Avenue)
Winnipeg’s microbrewery scene now has so much to pour over (or should we say pour from?)
Barn Hammer Brewing (595 Wall Street)
Little Brown Jug Brewing Company (336 William Avenue)
PEG Beer Co. (125 Pacific Avenue)
Torque Brewing (830 King Edward Street)
The Common at The Forks Market (for a fine selection of local beers)
Because we could all use a nightcap.
Albert Street Cocktail Company (91 Albert Street)
Close Co. (256 Stafford Street)
Forth (171 McDermot Avenue)
Sous Sol (22 – 222 Osborne Street)
The Roost (651 Corydon Avenue)
Langside Grocery (164 Langside Street)