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Table for 1200

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Winnipeggers cracked out their best white outfits and took part in the Table for 1200 on Esplanade Riel Bridge last night. The event was an initiative of StorefrontMB and 5468796 Architecture, and was created to highlight Winnipeg's emerging design scene by bringing together architecture, design and the culinary arts.

Jason Halstead / Winnipeg Free Press

Janice Laflair (centre) prepares for Table for 1200, on the Esplanade Riel Bridge on Saturday. The prairie-themed food for the 'pop-up' outdoor dining experience will be provided by local chefs Mandel Hitzer from Deer + Almond and Joe Kalturnyk from RAW Gallery, along with Ben Kramer from Diversity Food Services.

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