30 days of decadent chocolate creations for $7 at these exciting restaurants The Almond Tree Baba’s Pantry Bailey’s Prime Dining Carnaval Danny’s All Day Breakfast & Brunch Era Fro-gurts Grass Roots Hermanos Human Bean Coffee and Tea Mise Neon Cone Prairie 360 Saucers Smith Tall Grass Bakery The Forks Market
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Fearless, young entrepreneur Pam Kirkpatrick hangs out her cake-shaped shingle in the city’s arts and culture neighbourhood, building a business as creative as it is sweet. By Arvel Gray On a frigid winter afternoon, the black lacquered doors at 85 Arthur Street push open, letting in a swath of icy air. A mother and […]
Era Bistro Neighbourhood: The Forks Manitoba Lamb Loin Address: 85 Israel Asper Way Phone: 204‑289‑2190 Entrees: $19-$33 Located in the newly opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Era Bistro offers a space to commune and connect. The restaurant reflects the beauty of the space, while taking up the museum’s mandate with a focus on sustainability, equality, […]
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