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Dining Out: Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant

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Business started booming the very minute Cornerstone opened its doors at the former location of Papa George's.

  • The Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant at the corner of Osborne Street and River Avenue in Winnipeg.

    Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

    The Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant at the corner of Osborne Street and River Avenue in Winnipeg.

  • Coconut cake at the Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant

    Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

    Coconut cake at the Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant

  • Executive chef/partner Norm Pastorin with chicken wings, left, and steak bites.

    Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

    Executive chef/partner Norm Pastorin with chicken wings, left, and steak bites.

  • Chocolate peanut butter torte at the Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant.

    Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

    Chocolate peanut butter torte at the Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant.

  • Executive chef/partner Norm Pastorin (right) and general manager Megan Moxley show off dishes at the Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant.

    Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

    Executive chef/partner Norm Pastorin (right) and general manager Megan Moxley show off dishes at the Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant.

  • The minimalist decor is sleek and industrial, done in shades of grey, with little colour other than the intriguing paintings by a local artist.

    Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

    The minimalist decor is sleek and industrial, done in shades of grey, with little colour other than the intriguing paintings by a local artist.

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