The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Chris Gareau
Posted: 11/27/2013 5:03 PM
The Niverville Heritage Centre is giving people in the Southeast and Winnipeg another reason to stop by the fastest-growing town in Manitoba. Hespeler’s Cookhouse and Tavern will start offering drinks, homemade burgers and steaks cut right in the kitchen from Angus prime rib on Dec. 12.
The fully licensed restaurant at 100B Heritage Trail will seat 135 inside and 50 more on the patio bar outside during the summer. Hours may change depending on demand, but will start as 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday to Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday to Saturday.
Along with serving the 300 staff who work at NHC, residents and their families, as well as the general public looking for a place to get some wings and watch the game on the TVs being set up along the walls or just looking to get a cup of cappuccino, Hespeler’s is expected to get a lot of business from smaller groups who do not need the busy large banquet hall that fits up to 500 people for their gatherings.
People will soon get to enjoy Thursday wing nights (with whole wings stresses the food services director, not those little half wings), drinks, specialty coffees, burgers, steak, wraps, gluten-free and vegetarian options, and a plethora of other savoury options. Dinner specials will also be offered.
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