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By: PegCity GrubJune 24, 2014 // Food Tours, Winnipeg in the News

Pickerel Cheeks with fiddlehead aioli and yam frites at Fusion Grill. (Photo by Robin Summerfield)
Pickerel cheeks with fiddlehead aioli and yam frites at Fusion Grill. (Photo by Robin Summerfield)

Peg City Grub is all about food. It's all about Winnipeg. And it's all about helping locals and visitors discover the best eats the city has to offer.

With that in mind, PCG and Tourism Winnipeg are launching Culinary Trails, a new online resource for foodies on the hunt for Winnipeg's culinary gems, favourite restaurants, best markets, coolest cocktails and best brunches.

On Wednesday June 18, Home Grown, our first culinary trail and our map to Manitoba's regional cuisine movement went live. On that day, Peg City Grub and Tourism Winnipeg hosted 14 travel and food writers, taking them on a test drive of our tour. (Blogger Colin Enquist posted this review.)

This first trail takes hungry masses to Fusion Grill; Mise; Market Burger; Fude; Prairie 360˚ Skyline Restaurant and Lounge; Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company; Peasant Cookery; and Sonya's. On

Here's the link to Culinary Trails: Home Grown

Home Grown is just the beginning. We will help you navigate your way to the city's coolest cocktails, best patios, neighbourhood gems and hottest ethnic markets, among many other themed trails. You'll discover our trend-setting food culture, fantastic specialities and all the people behind our vibrant cuisine scene on one of these yummy treks

Take your own Home Grown, food-filled adventure here.

In the meantime, here's a few photos from our food blogger trip to help launch this new initiative.

Bison and prosciutto at Prairie 360˚ Skyline Restaurant and Lounge.
Bison and prosciutto at Prairie 360˚ Skyline Restaurant and Lounge.

Tabitha Langel at Tall Grass Prairie explains her love of grains.
Tabitha Langel at Tall Grass Prairie explains her love of grains.

Tourism Winnipeg's enthusiastic marketing and communications director Cody Chomiak.
Tourism Winnipeg's enthusiastic marketing and communications director Cody Chomiak.

Ready for their close up? Perogies are the star of this food bloggers photo shoot.
Ready for their close up? Perogies are the star of this food bloggers photo shoot.

Hot on the trail for some fantastic eats.
Hot on the trail for some fantastic eats.

Take the Home Grown Culinary Trail and stop at Tall Grass Prairie for a special Manitoba cinnamon bun. (Photo by Robin Summerfield.)
Take the Home Grown Culinary Trail and stop at Tall Grass Prairie for a special Manitoba cinnamon bun.

Peg City Grub is your ultimate source for everything foodie in Winnipeg. From the hottest chefs to the best new restaurants to the most delicious events, we’ve got you covered. Follow us on Twitter @pegcitygrub and visit www.tourismwinnipeg.com for more on the city’s fabulous dining options.

Peg City Grub is a Tourism Winnipeg culinary initiative.

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