Promenade Bistros is located at the foot of Esplanade Riel overlooking the Assiniboine River and the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Whether its tapas for two or for a group of friends, people can come in and enjoy this popular Spanish-style of snacking. After the bar, people can come have some wine, a nice pt, and cheeses, and have fun with friends. For a price of $25.00 per person, a couple can share a fixed tapas menu that could include a soup, salad and 14 ounce New York strip loin steak for two, just as an example. Another significant emphasis for this restaurant is on wine and food pairings. Each menu item will have a suggested wine pairing for guests to try. Wine tasting events will happen on a monthly basis and will include trendy features like wine tasting apps you can use with your mobile device to rate wines at the caf. Guests will even have the opportunity to pick the house wine. Were going to take eight chardonnays, for example, and people will vote on what our house chardonnay should be for the following month, says Brandson. We want to be interactive and educational. Provence Bistro offered exquisite cuisine at a more escalated price which meant that most people would treat themselves to a visit once or twice a year. The aspiration with Promenade Caf and Wine is to be the go-to place for friends and families to come together to share a meal once or twice a month. And, with entres priced around the $20 mark.
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The new name will be Promenade Café and Wine, and the experience will be one that Winnipeggers haven't seen in their city before. On top of their regular fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this St. Boniface eatery will be open late night and will be introducing tapas to the menu.
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