A downtown Winnipeg restaurant with one of the best views in the city has begun renovations.
Prairie 360, which revolves 360 degrees above Winnipeg’s skyline at Fort Garry Place, is also perfecting a brand new menu and food concept. The restaurant was previously home to another establishment, but is being reenergized by Noel Bernier, who also owns Hermanos Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Corrientes Argentine Pizzeria.
Prairie 360’s dining room will have a comfortable and relaxed seating arrangement, with a full service whiskey lounge below the dining room. Private rooms of various sizes will be available for rental to accommodate for private functions of any kind.
“Prairie 360 will have a sleek design, with all the focus on our fantastic view of the Winnipeg skyline,” manager Kelvin Peters said in a release. “The dining room will be completely refurbished, with subtle nods to what the restaurant used to look like. Its appeal will be for everyone and anyone.”
Menu entrees will feature a creative twist on classical and traditional fare found in Manitoba throughout the 20th century, such as bison, elk, deer, and dry-aged steaks from local producers. Desserts will draw their inspiration from the sweets made by the early settlers.
The restaurant is expected to open in the fall.