Nightlife in Winnipeg


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  • Luxalune Gastropub
    A casual gastropub, Luxalune tosses out tapas rafts to woozy taste buds. Settle into one of the plush leather couches and compare spirit animal housebreaking tips with friends while perusing a menu of small plates infused with global flavours. The De-Luxsole pizza ($13.99) balances stacks of pepperoni, chorizo sausage, and smoky bacon atop a bubbly crust. Social snackers can sample the English lamb masala ($13.99), braised lamb in a spicy curry sauce dotted with chick peas and served aside flat bread, or keep roving hands occupied with the antipasto sampler ($14.99), a savoury selection of five local cheeses, pickles, olives, and gourmet cold cuts. Though this Groupon is not valid toward alcohol, Luxalune boasts more than 150 beers ? arguably the largest selection in town, according to the Winnipeg Free Press. Patrons can flex stiff legs and restless rotator cuffs by circling the pool table or sinking into a live music act Wednesday and Sunday evenings, invigorating a meal faster than a dip in a dry ice bath.
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    734 Osborne Street
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Winnipeg Rowing Club
    • For $99, you get an eight-session adult Learn-to-Row program (a $200 value). • For $125, you get a two-week, eight-session youth summer camp (a $250 value).
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    20 Lyndale Dr
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Smoothie Bar
    Smoothie Bar crafts 20 flavours of tongue-chilling smoothie concoctions with customizable options. Parched patrons can indulge in any two regular-size smoothies, all prepared with real frozen fruit and no syrups, added sugars, or forced smiles (a $5 value each). The strawberry-mango-swirl flavour nourishes with its tropical bouquet, and the supreme Big Breakfast smoothie blends an antihunger task force of skim milk, blueberries, banana, nuts, and honey with nutmeg-cinnamon spicing. Refresh palates with a detoxifying wheatgrass smoothie, or customize any blended beverage from Smoothie Bar's abundant ingredients. The smoothie emporium also serves food items such as chips and muffins to accompany lonesome liquids in their fight against overly verbal hungry bellies.
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    1 Forks Market Road
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Alive in the District
    Readers of Uptown magazine named Alive in the District one of the three best dance clubs in Winnipeg this year, and also gave it a top-three spot in the Hottest Club Clientele category. More than 1,900 Facebookers are fans.
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    140 Bannatyne Ave
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Jackson's Bar
    Munch on tasty pub grub at Jackson's Bar in Walhalla. The weekends are for going out for amazing combinations. Save the salad for the weekday and come grab a meal at Jackson's Bar. At Jackson's Bar, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated. Show up in sneakers or a suit at Jackson's Bar, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance. Those driving to Jackson's Bar can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot. Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30.
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    1005 Central Avenue
    Walhalla, ND US
  • Cinematheque
    For 30 years, Cinematheque, which is operated by The Winnipeg Film Group, has devoted itself to screening a wide variety of independent and international films while exposing audiences to local filmmakers and special events. The intimately sized theatre's vast programming includes restored 35mm classics, contemporary Canadian and aboriginal films, and films that demonstrate unique and innovative approaches to the art of cinema. During weekly and one-off presentations, special guests such as directors, actors, and scholars place selected works into context by explaining the director's intentions, the film's impact on other filmmakers, and why dogs were used on set instead of ottomans. Similarly, the ongoing Cinema Lounge: Critical Dialogue on Canadian Cinema series features Canadian artists introducing a contemporary or classic Canadian film that has personally shaped their career, thus encouraging a public debate about the film's importance and influence.
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    100 Arthur St.
    Winnipeg, MB CA

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