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  • The Original Royal Pizza
    Not all pizzas are predictable—at least not at The Original Royal Pizza. There, handmade dough can shake off its stereotypical pepperoni guise in favor of more adventurous costumes, becoming the Royal Cheeseburger pizza with beef and double bacon, or The Mediterranean with chicken, feta, and spinach. And like any great costume, the toppings that transform these pies are never prepackaged or frozen. Cooks slice the italian sausage and spicy pepperoni by hand, and pile fresh veggies high to create pies that feel distinctly homemade—a vibe that fits perfectly within the family-run, decades-old pizzeria. But just like mom, the chefs will dress up dishes almost any way their guests want, keeping it simple with plain cheese or testing the limits with oysters and crab.
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    300 St. Anne's Road
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Winnipeg Art Gallery
    The Winnipeg Art Gallery began its edifying journey more than a century ago, when a group of local businessmen decided to create a space dedicated to regional and international art. But these displays were not just intended to be aesthetic set pieces. Instead, the gallery aimed to engage and educate the public by curating works that reflected the culture and times influencing each piece's creation. According to the gallery's mission statement, each exhibit functions as a "lens that enables people to see more of life and society." Although the Winnipeg Art Gallery boasts more than 24,000 works, including everything from 15th-century European paintings to 21st-century North American multimedia projects, three permanent exhibits stand out. The massive collection of contemporary Inuit sculptures, prints, and drawings gives invaluable insight into the culture, even facilitating academic research in the field. With its assortment of porcelain platters, bone-china serving plates, and ironstone soup tureens, the decorative arts collection tracks the evolution of the designs and the craftwork used to create luxury items from the 17th to the 21st century. The third major collection explores the relatively modern contributions of photographers such as Diane Arbus and Irving Penn, placing particular focus on the works of Canadian artists from the second half of the 20th century. Even the building demonstrates a commitment to Canadian design and innovation. Housing eight distinct galleries, the space was the brainchild of Winnipeg architect Gustavo da Roza, who ensured an imposing edifice by choosing pale Manitoba tyndall stone for the exterior. The structure rises from the ground like the prow of a ship, with a sculpture garden nestled on the rooftop to let patrons gaze down on the city streets or search the skies for a cloud shaped like the Thinker.
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    300 Memorial Blvd.
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Carbone Coal-Fired Pizza
    Inside Carbone Coal-Fired Pizza, an 850-degree anthracite-coal-burning oven reigns unrivaled by a stovetop or fryer, birthing the restaurant’s signature Italian-style pizzas. The result is a perfectly charred, yet soft crust made from organic flour grown in the Canadian prairies. Goat cheese, calabrese salami, and fresh ricotta top the pies, and salads and sandwiches rely on fresh ingredients—the freezer’s sole role is to keep the gelato and diners’ snowballs chilled. Guests can see all of this for themselves as they gaze into the open-air kitchen from Carbone's brick-walled dining room. After watching feasts make their ways to tables, guests can order libations from Carbone’s encyclopedic drink list. There, detailed wine descriptions remind sippers to taste for the notes of black raspberry in a Sicilian red or appreciate the crisp finish in an Australian chardonnay.
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    1580 Taylor Avenue
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • BOA Lounge
    Cocktails and entertainment are a good match anywhere, but the newly renovated BOA Lounge brings them together in a particularly sophisticated setting. Live music and 70-inch TVs ensure that you'll never have to search for conversation, while a lounge menu of appetizers and fresh oysters keeps grumbling stomachs from interrupting. As easy as it is to spend the entire night at BOA Lounge, doing so would mean missing out on its equally worthy sibling, Brooklynn's Bistro. Located in the same building but with an entirely unique menu of fine Italian cuisine, the bistro has recently taken on a new chef who's ready to excite with creative renditions of squid-ink linguine or roasted veal chop. Such dishes match the elegance of the dining room, which features cozy booths, crystal chandeliers, and a full bar. If you plan on visiting both the lounge and the bistro, wear something nice; BOA Lounge has a dress code in effect to prevent another unfortunate propeller-hat incident.
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    177 Lombard Avenue
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Brick & Whiskey
    Hearty fare and pool cues are the norm at Brick & Whiskey, a pub that marries food with billiards. The usual suspects are all there—deep-fried pickles, poutine, and pulled pork—alongside a number of whiskey-infused specialties. Take the Brick & Whiskey mac and cheese, which smothers elbow macaroni with a whiskey-cheese sauce and sweet whiskey bacon, or the double-patty big whiskey burger topped with whiskey-barbecue sauce. Of course, whiskey also comes in liquid form at the bar, which also doles out wine, cocktails, and pitchers of beer. Beyond the food, Brick & Whiskey supplies entertainment in the form of a billiards room, as well as televised sports, a live DJ on Saturday nights, and Karaoke on Sunday nights. Guests can catch the game on multiple flat-screen TVs or a 100" projector that offers better views than a recliner positioned inside of a hockey net.
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    2184 McPhillips Street
    Winnipeg, MB CA
  • Roadhouse Eatery
    Hailing from India, Manoj Kumar, Roadhouse Eatery's owner and executive chef, prepares a multicuisine menu with North American, Indian, and Mediterranean leanings. In his eatery's spacious dining room, enrobed with vibrant primary colours and equipped for crowds with plenty of casual tables, plates of baby back ribs in housemade barbecue sauce rub elbows with piles of greek pasta, as well as healthful meals of curried chickpeas and French-inspired salad niçoise. After meals, diners can decompress with a game of pool in the lounge or sidle up to the bar where staffers pour wines, mix cocktails, and scold citrus fruit for trying to run away.
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    5540 Portage Ave.
    Winnipeg, MB CA

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