Welcome to Winnipeg

Are you nervous about coming to a new city? We will be providing information about Winnipeg such as things to do in your spare time, how to get around, where to eat, etc. We call Winnipeg home, hopefully after your experience in January you will too!

NCPC Favourites:

  1. Shop!- Visit Polo Park Shopping Center, located 15 minutes from the Radisson Hotel.
  2. Discover the Village- Osbourne Village is known for its unique restaurants, boutiques, etc.
  3. Did you know Winnipeg has the highest number of restaurants per capita? Explore Winnipeg through our appreciation of multicultural, trendy and hole-in-the-wall restaurants.

Tourism Winnipeg:

Visit Tourism Winnipeg for their Top Ten must-sees: https://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/play/top-10-must-sees

 

NCPC Favourites:

  1. Peasant Cookery- Located in the heart of the exchange district this French inspired restaurant is a warm, rustic-chic spot for elevated spins on comfort grub made with carefully sourced ingredients.
  2. Cibo Waterfront Café- Riverfront eatery in an industrial-chic warehouse space serving Mediterranean-inspired food & beverages.
  3. Segovia Tapas Bar and Restaurant- Upmarket Spanish tapas are served at this intimate establishment with contemporary decor & a patio
  4. Hermanos- South American steaks, beverages & more offered in a charming space with a patio & a lounge
  5. Carlos & Murphy’s- Located on well known Corydon Ave, this upbeat Mexican restaurant will warm your soul on Winnipeg’s coldest days.
  6. Bluefish Japanese Restaurant- This contemporary restaurant is known for the best sushi in town!

Convenience:

  1. Visit the Square- The Radisson hotel is attached to the Winnipeg Square via tunnels. The Square offers a large variety of dining options from sit-down restaurants, to fast food, to a food court.
  2. Resto 12 Restaurant and Lounge- the Radisson hotel offers their in house restaurant, open for all meals.
  3. Boston Pizza- located in City Place Mall, a short 5 minute walk via tunnels is convenient for lunch or dinner.
  4. Starbucks- located in the lobby of the hotel, grab a quick bite from Starbucks.
  5. The Merchant Kitchen- located across from the hotel, this tapas restaurant offers a wide variety of delicious selections.

Winnipeg Transit: the public transit agency in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It is currently a bus-only transit system and it is owned and operated by the city of Winnipeg. The hotel is located on an easily accessible major bus route.

Taxi Services:

  1. Spring Taxi: (204)-774-8294
  2. Unicity Taxi: (204)- 925- 3131
  3. Duffy’s Taxi: (204)- 925- 0101

Unfortunately Winnipeg does not currently have Uber.

Betty WangAbout Winnipeg