Unique Winnipeg

NEW LIFESTYLE

Live on the edgeSome people embody the extreme lifestyle, and the best
place for them to get their fix is at Adrenaline Adventures, where they can
strap in for some cable wakeboarding or ziplining. See what the hype is all
about by experiencing it yourself. Mind your bodyFeel the flow that’s
winding its way to Yoga Public, a sleek white and wooden space that offers
more than a hundred a classes a week from intense hot yoga to relaxing yin.

NEW RESTAURANTS

Miss BrownsWhen Aussie Steve Tyrrell and his wife Jenny looked online and
saw a red little smoker, they knew exactly what to do. Move to Winnipeg and
open a sandwich shop in the Exchange. Their delicious slow-cooked meats on
panini-pressed bread will confirm they made the right decision.
Capital GrillGreg Gunnarson and Chef Wayne Martin have brought the concept
behind their beloved Vancouver restaurant to Winnipeg in the form of
Capital Grill and Bar. Serving upscale family dining, they’re already
becoming a favourite of Charleswood.

Tall Grass PrairieFor the authority on organic goodness, Tall Grass Prairie
Bread Company is the place to look. Using whole grains and stone-ground
flour that’s milled fresh every day, they’ve earned their
reputation as the quintessential example of what it means to eat organic.
And now with Baba’s Tall Grass Pantry, they’ve offering up
perogies, meatballs, and sandwiches in the heart of The Forks Market.

Neechi CommonsNeechi Commons is so much more than a grocery store. It is
more than a restaurant, more than a gallery, and more than an art store. It
has become an essential part of the community, as an employer to many
indigenous peoples, and as a symbol of the newer development of the North
End, connecting the neighbourhood in a way that would be impossible without
it.

Grey CupTouchdown in Winnipeg from November 25-29 and you’ll find
yourself in the middle of the 103rd Grey Cup Festival, Canada’s
largest annual sporting event. For four straight days we’ll be
hosting the nation’s biggest party with events all across the city,
until ultimately handing out Canada’s iconic trophy at the
championship game on November 29th at Investors Group Field.

UNIQUELY WINNIPEG

Exchange District Food TourDive in to the diverse range of delectable
dining options with the four different food tours offered in the Exchange
District. Indulge in the culinary delights that are making the Exchange
known for more than architecture and history. Canada’s Royal Winnipeg
BalletWitness the athleticism and artistry of Canada’s Royal Winnipeg
Ballet, as there 76th season opens up with the heart-wrenching tale of
love, contrition, and forgiveness with the romantic production of
Giselle.

WHAT’S NEW

OdysseoConceived by one of the co-founders of the famed Cirque du Soleil,
Cavalia’s Odysseo will feature 65 horses and 45 artists in a
thrilling display often described as an equestrian ballet. It mixes
equestrian and performing arts, multimedia, acrobatics, stunts, and it all
happens at the Kenaston & Sterling Lyon Field from September 10 until
October 4.

Magna CartaThe legendary Magna Carta is showcased at the Canadian Museum
for Human Rights from Aug. 15 to Sept. 18, celebrating its 800th
anniversary. A companion exhibit includes some of Canada’s key
constitutional documents – including a page in John A.
Macdonald’s original handwriting.

For more story ideas and information on Winnipeg, please contact:  Karen
GoossenDirector, Market Development 204.230.8728 karen@tourismwinnipeg.com

TOP 5 LIVE MUSIC

1.

The Good Will Social Club bring in a young university crowd to check out
their killer band lineups.

2.

Order some poutine and enjoy live bands in an intimate setting at Le Garage
Café.

3.

Indie bands and DJs play at The Handsome Daughter, always filled with
trendy Wolseley folk.

4.

All The Kings Men tend to rock the place on Sundays, but the Kingshead Pub
enjoys other live music too.

5.

Ultra-hip Osborne Village’s cool music spot is The Cavern, right
underneath neighbourhood favourite The Toad in the Hole Pub.

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