4 Things Opening for the Season

Check Out These 4 Eastern Manitoba Things Opening for the Season

Opening for the season is Farmer’s Market and Museums throughout Eastern Manitoba, The Dam Restaurant in Seven Sisters Falls, and Moon Gate Artisan Bakery in Whitemouth! You don’t want to miss these fantastic destinations this summer.

With activities around every corner, delightful and tasty restaurants in every community, and summer fun just waiting for you, Eastern Manitoba is a hotspot for adventures!

*Disclaimer*

  • Stay home if you have been travelling or do not feel well. Here is an excellent resource if you are quarantined. This will help you find people in Manitoba who are willing and able to help you while quarantined. Help Next Door Manitoba
  • Go out with people within your household, but practice social distancing (2 metres away) with other groups.
  • Please call ahead before visiting a business and inquire about their regulations to enter the building, such as capacity, sanitation, etc. Also, consider using curbside pickup where possible.
  • Please practice Leave No Trace. Clean up after yourself and leave nothing behind, such as trash and waste.

Dive into the Past with Museums

Eastern Manitoba is bursting to its seams with historical and cultural goodness. You’ll be astonished by how much rich history and cool tidbits there is in our communities.

From the stories and documents of the Winnipeg River and its role in developing Manitoba and Canada; the diverse cultures that make Eastern Manitoba; the way of life for early pioneers; to the life of the first Manitoban female doctor practicing medicine in the late 1800s to early 1900s illegally, you’ll find unique and intriguing stories when visiting our museums.

Find your history adventure by visiting our blog, Wondering Through History: Eastern Manitoba Museum Tour.

Enjoy Some Dam Good Food at the Dam Restaurant (Seven Sisters Falls)

Friendly staff that serves with a smile, mouthwatering, too good to be true comfort foods, and only minutes away from the Seven Sisters Falls Dam; we’ve just described The Dam Restaurant!

From the cozy environment in their dining room and screened-in patio, the selection of their diverse menu (that also offers gluten-free and vegetarian options), to the hearty taste of home, this is the perfect place to grab a bite.

On their menu, you’ll find a variety of options, so even the pickiest of eaters can enjoy! On Guest Favourites, you’ll find their taco salad that comes with a freshly baked or deep-fried tortilla bowl filled with lettuce, taco meat, shredded cheddar, tomato, red onion, olives and jalapenos. Also on the list is homemade fish & Chips prepared with beer-battered haddock fillet, made in-house, served with homemade fries, lemon wedge and tartar sauce. And who can say no to wings? Their Delicious meaty wings are coated in your choice of honey garlic, spicy, salt and pepper, lemon pepper, sweet chili or BBQ sauce. No wonder these are fan favourites!

Along with the favourites, there are many options like soup and salads, burgers and wraps, tasty fries, pizzas, and more!

Find out more about their tasty options by visiting their website!

Explore Eastman’s Farmer’s Markets

Forget the long, comical debate of rabbit or duck season. It’s Farmer’s Market Season!

Fresh produce, homemade treats baked with love, unique trinkets, craftwork, and art, and much more are what you will find at Eastern Manitoba’s Farmer’s Markets. You never know what treasures you’ll find, what interesting, talented, and passionate people you will meet, or what memorable experiences are waiting for you at these local Markets.

Discover your next Market adventure by checking out our blog 5 Reasons to Get Out to an Eastern Manitoba Farmer’s Market This Summer to find a list of Farmer’s Markets in Eastman.

Have a Pizza Night with Moon Gate Artisan Bakery (Whitemouth)

That’s right; Moon Gate Artisan Bakery is back in full swing! On Friday nights, you can delight your taste buds with sinfully delicious wood-fired pizza made with only the best locally sourced ingredients. Some ingredients are sourced right on the Moon Gate land.

So, what are these ingredients? Their crusts are made with organic Manitoba flours with cheese being sourced through Bothwell Cheese. They find their meats from Archie’s Meats, Zinn Farms, Creek Meadows Grass-fed Beef, and Moon Gate also raise their own chickens and will see them exploring the property during your visit. Finally, their veggies are from Sweet Earth Gardens & Greenhouse, Danny’s Market Garden, Emma’s Garden, and Moon Gate Garden, located next to the oven.

Whether you’re picking up to enjoy at home or staying on the Moon Gate property, you’ll fall in love with their second to none wood-fire pizza that just might ruin boring oven-baked pizzas for you. Staying for a visit at Moon Gate adds a whole extra experience! Stay awhile and enjoy eating by the river, at one of the picnic tables, or while watching the sunset by the garden. Try your hand at playing Ladder Toss (an activity that both the kids and adults love trying), socialize with other visitors or with the owners themselves, Jenny and Michel. When you visit Moon Gate, you’re a part of the family.

Check out their website for more information or to place your order today!