Home to the largest francophone community in Manitoba, St Boniface has something for everyone. Explore local history through some of the city’s most famous landmarks, such as Fort Gibraltar, the St Boniface Museum, and the iconic Cathedral.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll have plenty of options! Check out the Marion Street Eatery, Promenade Café and Wine, and Le Garage Café, where you can also catch some live music.
Wine & upmarket French entrees like duck confit & filet mignon star at this standby with a patio.
Laid-back, warmly decorated cafe featuring a globally inspired menu & frequent live music.
Good food made simple – all the flavour and tender care with a little less fuss.
In business since 1977, this casual kitchen with a roof deck serves pizza & homestyle Italian fare.
Promenade serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner concentrating on local comfort food. The food is made in house and is not over processed.
Easygoing eatery serving traditional Laotian & Thai soups, curries & stir-fries, spiced to order.
Keep active with a day at one of the city’s best golf courses, or simply take a walk from the Provencher bridge down the boulevard, admiring the character buildings and sampling the local cafes.
St Boniface is one of the most popular areas of Winnipeg for a reason. With culture, food, and beautiful character homes, many locals are drawn to make their home here.