Plant Power Boon Burger is giving Winnipeg a vegucation with upgraded versions of traditional burger hut favourites. By Joelle Kidd It’s 12:30 on a Friday afternoon, and Boon Burger on Bannatyne is packed to capacity. The sunny space, sporting industrial touches of brick and steel alongside playful chalkboard drawings, is not a typical burger joint […]
Table Neighbourhood: Downtown Sweet Potatoe Ravioli Address: 300 Memorial Blvd Phone: 204-948-0085 Entrees: $12-$16 Floor-to-ceiling windows look out to the Modernist design of the rooftop sculpture garden, creating one of the city’s most picture-perfect views, an idyllic backdrop for a Mediterranean meal. The minimal interior, set with black tables and chairs, lets the food […]
The annual flood of food trucks onto summer streets shows no sign of slowing down. Our favourite meals on wheels are packing out Broadway every weekday, and this year, a new ‘food truck alley’ along Israel Asper Way has everyone meeting at The Forks. Owning a food truck has proved to be a great way […]
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