Driving for Dinner: Wolf Willow Winery near Outlook

Situated on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, Wolf Willow Winery is a destination that is definitely worth the drive.

Jun 27 2022




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Driving for Dinner: Wolf Willow Winery near Outlook

Situated on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, Wolf Willow Winery is a destination that is definitely worth the drive.
Jun 27 2022

Driving for Dessert: Station Arts Centre in Rosthern

Situated in the central town of Rosthern is a rural Saskatchewan gem: the Station Arts Centre. Housed in a 1902 Canadian National Railway station that has been restored and preserved, the Station Arts Centre is a hub for arts, culture and history, welcoming visitors year round from across the province and beyond.  
Jun 16 2022

Driving for Dessert: The Gallery Café in Moose Jaw

Right in Moose Jaw’s downtown you’ll find the Yvette Moore Gallery, the exclusive home of renowned artist Yvette Moore’s artwork. It’s also home to The Gallery Café – an in-house restaurant and favourite local spot for lunch and dessert. 
May 02 2022

Driving for Dessert: The Rolling Pin Bakery & Cafe in Weyburn

Nestled in the southern city of Weyburn, there’s a bakery where the display cases are always stocked with beautifully decorated cakes, cupcakes and pastries. 
Apr 20 2022

Driving for Dinner: The Dam Smokehouse in Nipawin

Located right on Nipawin’s main street, The Dam Smokehouse serves up classic barbecue eats in a warm, laid-back setting. 
Apr 10 2022

Driving for Dinner: Nightjar Diner in Swift Current

Nightjar Diner's innovative take on the classic prairie diner is changing what customers think of when they hear the word “diner.”
Apr 10 2022

Driving for Dinner: Harvest Eatery and The Blind Boar in Shaunavon

Nestled in the southwest corner of the province in the town of Shaunavon sits Harvest Eatery and the Blind Boar, an award-winning restaurant that attracts guests year round from all over. 
Apr 10 2022

Driving for Dinner: Free Bird in Lumsden

Lumsden’s James Street North is home to plenty of local businesses worth visiting, and right in the middle of it all, you’ll find one restaurant making quite the name for itself  – — Free Bird.
Apr 10 2022

Driving for Dessert: Tangerine: The Food Bar in Regina

Located in Regina’s downtown, Tangerine: The Food Bar is known for fresh, seasonal eats. With a menu that changes weekly and features plenty of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, there’s sure to be something for everyone.
Mar 06 2022

Driving for Dessert: Botté Chai Bar in Saskatoon

In the heart of Saskatoon’s Riversdale neighbourhood, you’ll find a café unlike any other in the city. Since opening in 2018, Botté Chai Bar has garnered a name for itself and rightly so – as the province’s only Persian café, Botté is a one-of-a-kind place to eat and drink.
Feb 09 2022

Driving for Dinner: Café de Paris in Gravelbourg

In the town of Gravelbourg, there’s a café on Main Street known for both its charm and menu: Café de Paris. 
Feb 09 2022

Driving for Dessert: Danish Home Bakery in North Battleford

Danish Home Bakery has been a favourite in The Battlefords area since the 1990s, offering plenty of sweet treats and baked goodies alongside staples like bagels and bread.
Jan 10 2022
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