Jazz Winnipeg Festival Opening Night

Yesterday marked the start of my first found of vacation. It also marked the start of the Jazz Winnipeg Festival. As I mentioned in my David and Jonathan post, I plan on broadening the focus of Dining with Donald to include my interest in the arts. The Jazz Winnipeg Festival has long been one of …

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Bronuts, Exchange District

One of the biggest trends in dining out is taking simple fare and, to use a popular Masterchef phrase, elevating it. It’s happened with Poutine, and even with Tater Tots. In some places toast is the latest thing to receive such treatment. So, it’s not surprising that Donuts or Doughnuts, if you insist, are going …

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Miss Browns – William Avenue

I first heard about Miss Browns from Kelly Janz. Kelly is one of the co-leaders of Transition Winnipeg. She also chairs the Transition Food Group of which I’m a member. It was through this connection that I learned of Miss Browns, as a cousin of Kelly’s is one of the owners of this new restaurant. …

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King + Bannatyne, Exchange

It seems every week there is a new take on retro dining in Winnipeg, Sherbrook Street Delicatessan offers a Winnipeg take on a classic New York Deli. Beet Happening mixes corner diner with fresh, local and organic. Preceding both of these restaurants in Winnipeg’s latest culinary renaissance is King + Bannatyne.King + Bannatyne advertises themselves …

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