Prairie’s Edge offers a uniquely Canadian inspired menu in the heart of beautiful Kildonan Park. Located in the Pavilion overlooking the duck pond, Prairie’s Edge offers a locally sourced, prairie-inspired menu including favourites such as beet fritters, arctic char, and housemade brisket.
The large windows in Prairie’s Edge dining room offer beautiful views of the park, the duck pond in the summer which turns into a skating rink in the winter.
If you just want to grab and go, Prairie’s Edge take out window offers burgers, fried chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, fries and soft ice cream.
Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free friendly.
Housed inside a building designed in 1964 by one of the famed founders of Number TEN Architectural Group, you’ll find a brand new dining experience inspired by local Prairie-inspired cuisine.
Earth-tone colours, comfortable seating, and an amazing view of Kildonan Park’s forest, coupled with impeccably prepared comfort foods, have made Prairie's Edge a destination that is an intrinsic part of our local community.
Brian Unick, General Manager
Brian Unick worked for Old Spaghetti Factory and Pasta La Vista before setting out to work and travel across Canada. He worked in Victoria, Vancouver, Banff, Calgary, St John, and Halifax before he and his wife made the decision to return to Winnipeg to raise their family.
Brian brings his extensive front and back of the house training to his leadership at Prairie's Edge, where they serve a unique and varied group of Winnipeggers.