The White Star Diner – Winnipeg, Manitoba

I visited the White Star Diner on a trip to visit my girlfriend and her family this past February out in Manitoba. If you want to know what it is to truly be cold, I suggest this area in the winter.
It was the morning of Valentines day and we were out tromping through the snow filled streets, seeing the sights. Winnipeg is a very interesting city and has a ton of sights, even in conditions that would bring other cities to a screeching halt. What better meal for a romantic Valentines breakfast than a stop in at the White Star? None, I would say. I had a pulled pork sandwich topped with bacon, and a side of Poutine. Anna had a grilled cheese and a chocolate milkshake. Walking around all day outside in that kind of weather, it’s just the thing that hits the spot.
It’s a great old fashioned type of place, in an infill site, with ghost signs behind. Inside, it has a window counter and an open kitchen.

The White Star Diner is located at:
58 Albert St Winnipeg, MB R3B 1N6, Canada
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2 thoughts on “The White Star Diner – Winnipeg, Manitoba

  1. I used to work in a building nearby and still do on occasion and the White Star ,wonderful food!
    But Winterpeg is like that .BTW you chose one worst winters on record to visit.

    • Oops next time I will edit a wee bit more. What I meant to say was that I used to visit a couple of times a week (much to the dismay of my waistline.)Winnipeg is full of little places like that but I’m afraid they are disappearing all too rapidly .

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