Diners ‘Ciao’ Down on Best of Winnipeg Cuisine

Diners ‘Ciao’ Down on Best of Winnipeg Cuisine

Fusion Grill
Fusion Grill’s smoked Arctic char is one of the dishes offered during Dine About Winnipeg.
Brazen Hall
Brazen Hall’s Bang Bang Shrimp (HANDOUT)

Winnipeg’s top restaurants are curating their best dishes this month for Ciao! magazine’s 11-day dining extravaganza, Dine About Winnipeg.

From February 1-11, more than 10,000 diners are expected to flock to 30 restaurants to taste prix fixe menus at three separate price points — $18, $28 and $38.

“Dine About Winnipeg is an event that continues to generate excitement about eating out. People love to visit new restaurants, try new dishes and support the local food industry while they’re at it,” said Laurie Hughes, publisher of Ciao!.

“We have incredible culinary talent in the city and our chefs really shine, especially during Dine About Winnipeg.”

The winter is traditionally a slower time for the restaurant industry, creating a reason to heat things up in the kitchen in February.

Diners are encouraged to make reservations early. For a list of participating restaurants and their menus, visit ciaowinnipeg.com.


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