May 22, 2015


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Best of Winnipeg 2012

Unburger co-owners Marc Priestly (left) and Kyle Matheson.
Stella’s: More than breakfast, but it does that so-o-o well!
Baked Expectations: Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm.
Santa Lucia: Our perennial best pizza prize-winners
Segovia: This tapas bar and restaurant made a big splash.
Organza: Everything that’s good for you. And more.
King’s Head: Great beer, great food, good people.
Guy Maddin: A visionary.
David Bergen: Another visionary.
Crumbs: They’ll make you bust a gut.
SitDown Tracy: There’s no one named Tracy in this band.
Pyramid Cabaret: You love its ‘Egyptian goth decor’.
Big Will: He campaigned hard, and it paid off.
Urban Bakery: Offering men’s clothing and ‘supplies.’
Ragpickers: An emporium in the true sense of the word.
Music Trader: Mainly because of the music. Duh.
Kelly Hughes of Aqua Books: Moving but not moving on.
Long & McQuade: Home away from home for musicians.
Moksha Yoga: Getting hot, hot, hot.
Palomino Club: Readers like its crowd and its bartender.
Folklorama: The city’s best (multi-)cultural event.
The Forks: A true meeting place for us all.
MTS Centre: Home of the Jets. ’Nuff said.
Ace Burpee: He’s awesome.
Unburger co-owners Marc Priestly (left) and Kyle Matheson. - Hadas Parush / Winnipeg Free Press Archives
Stella’s: More than breakfast, but it does that so-o-o well! -
Baked Expectations: Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm. -
Santa Lucia: Our perennial best pizza prize-winners -
Segovia: This tapas bar and restaurant made a big splash. -
Organza: Everything that’s good for you. And more. -
King’s Head: Great beer, great food, good people. -
Guy Maddin: A visionary. - Micheal Roberts / www.dualityphotographic.com
David Bergen: Another visionary. -
Crumbs: They’ll make you bust a gut. -
SitDown Tracy: There’s no one named Tracy in this band. -
Pyramid Cabaret: You love its ‘Egyptian goth decor’. -
Big Will: He campaigned hard, and it paid off. -
Urban Bakery: Offering men’s clothing and ‘supplies.’ -
Ragpickers: An emporium in the true sense of the word. -
Music Trader: Mainly because of the music. Duh. -
Kelly Hughes of Aqua Books: Moving but not moving on. -
Long & McQuade: Home away from home for musicians. -
Moksha Yoga: Getting hot, hot, hot. -
Palomino Club: Readers like its crowd and its bartender. -
Folklorama: The city’s best (multi-)cultural event. -
The Forks: A true meeting place for us all. -
MTS Centre: Home of the Jets. ’Nuff said. -
Ace Burpee: He’s awesome. - Wayne.Glowacki/ Winnipeg Free Press Archives

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