This area of the city is known for being diverse, lively, and artistic, with plenty of local storefronts and engaging street art. Those who call this area home tend to be open minded city people who strive to support local businesses and look out for their neighbours.
A variety of hand rolled bagels and breakfast sandwiches for takeout or delivery.
A restaurant opened at the height of the pandemic by dedicated entrepreneurs, the pizza is made with fresh, quality ingredients.
A small resto bar in West Broadway, serving craft cocktails and curated dishes.
An essential Wolseley destination for food, drinks, and live music.
An all vegan café with plenty of gluten free options, all served in their centrally located dining room.
A quirky, themed diner in the heart of downtown that serves burgers, fries and milkshakes.
Pick up some fresh ingredients and wine at DeLuca’s gourmet grocery store before enjoying a leisurely walk along the Assiniboine river. Spend an afternoon at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, and get some bar hopping in between Langside Grocery, the Tallest Poppy, and the Goodwill Social Club. There’s always plenty to see and experience in this little pocket of central Winnipeg.