We are a locally-owned restaurant, deli and convenience store.

We love our customers and go the extra mile to make you feel welcomed and appreciated.

Store Hours

Mon - Thu | 9am - 6pm
Fri - Sat | 9am - 8pm
Sun | 9am - 6pm

Eatery Hours

Mon - Tue | 12pm - 6pm
Wed | Closed
Thu | 12pm - 6pm
Fri | 12pm - 8pm
Sat | 9am - 8pm
Sun | 9am - 6pm

Valentines day menu

available Saturday and Sunday Please call the store to order... 204 756 2120

  • Green goddess salad
  • Breaded angnolotti with marinara sauce
  • Filet mignon with peppercorn sauce, garlic mashed potatoes and vegetables.
  • Or
  • Coq au Vin... (chicken in wine)
  • Served with garlic mashed potatoes
  • Dessert is a triple chocolate pate with raspberry coulis.


    Good Food | Good Wine​

    Wednesdays Means

    Happy Hours!

    Half Price Bottles of Wine and Six Tasty Lunches for $9

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    Quality Ingredients, Tasty Meals

    From hearty, homestyle meals to convenience dishes on the go, The Eatery has all the quality, selection and service you crave.

    Breakfast Skillet

    All your favourite flavours in one skillet! Breakfast potatoes with ham, bacon, sausages, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, and 2 eggs any style. Topped with cheese.

    Rancher's Poutine

    Smothered in house roasted beef, gravy, cheese, and caramelized onions. Saddle up!

    The "Q"

    BBQ grilled chicken breasts with smoky bacon, caramelized onions, and mozzarella cheese between thick slices of rye.


    The undisputed king of sandwiches! Our towering Reuben is made on thick slices of grilled rye, topped with shaved corned beef, tangy sauerkraut, thousand island dressing and melting Swiss cheese.

    Mile-High Denver

    While Colorado´s capital claimed it as their own in 1907, the true origin of this omelet sandwich is said to be 19th-century Chinese chefs inspired by Egg Foo Yung. Try our version!