I’m back on the revisit train today. This time around it’s Shannon’s Irish Pub on Carlton Street. You can find more revisits just before the original review. original review I paid two visits recently. One, rather brief, was on St. Patrick’s Day. I followed it up with a full dinner visit, a couple of Saturday’s later. On St. Patrick’s Day, I showed up fairly early in the evening, hoping to find a spot to have a meal. The lineup was…Continue readingShannon’s Irish Pub – 175 Carlton Street.
Yesterday marked the beginning of another lockdown level here in Winnipeg. In person dining has once again been canceled. So, with that being the case I decided to revisit via delivery the King’s Head Pub, a place I’ve visited several times in the past. Including one as part of a supper club. You can find that story down below. supper club This is an add on to my original post. One of the things that appealed to me about…Continue readingSupper Club at King’s Head Pub
Last Saturday I did something completely new for me. I began my first attempt to brew my own beer(a Chipotle Porter). The event was called Brew School, and the feature of this event, was brewing stouts and porters. The Brew School is one of the projects of Savour Winnipeg. Savour Winnipeg is all about D-I-Y food and beverage production. Savour Winnipeg is the same group that I went with last year when I tried to learn a little bit about…Continue readingChipotle Porter Brewing – Brew School
After taking in the Ethiopian and German pavilions, two day ago, last night I took in only one pavilion. While taking in Folklorama has been very enjoyable, it’s also a bit tiring. I decided to check out the Celtic-Ireland Pavilion on Archibald. Celtic-Ireland Food Since I was going to only one pavilion, I decide to go whole hog on the food. I ordered two of the combination plates. The first one, which is a full meal is the banger platter.…Continue readingCeltic-Ireland Pavilion Folklorama