Albert Beach

Best Restaurant at Lake Winnipeg

Best Restaurant at Lake Winnipeg, at the Beach If you would like to spend a relaxing day on the beach, then you should include an enjoyable dinner. The Idle Thyme is just the place for that. The excellent cuisine at the Idle Thyme does not only offer a huge breakfast menu, but has also made itself a name for lunch and dinner specials. Ideally situated at the corner of Hwys 59 & 11 (Traverse Bay Corner)

By curious, ago
Albert Beach

Restaurant at Lake Winnipeg – what kind of service do you expect, what type of food and what range of choices?

Restaurant at Lake Winnipeg - what kind of service do you expect, what type of food and what range of choices? There are many people that have cottages along Lake Winnipeg. Lately it has been obvious that there has been a generation change which is actually still ongoing. Cottage owners tend to be younger families and younger owners. Obviously this younger generation has different expectations than their parents and grand parents. That also includes eating out and just food in general. This is why we are creating this poll

By curious, ago
Albert Beach

Thanksgiving Dinner at Lake Winnipeg

There are many ways to celebrate and express thanks at Thanksgiving. Even in difficult times, there are always things for which to be grateful. Many Resaurants are closed, because of the bad economy. But on Traverse Bay Corner, the Idle Thyme Restaurant didn't. It is still open. (Thanks Cheryl) So you can go there for your Thanksgiving Dinner.

By curious, ago
General

Ilde Thyme is serving Dinner Specials all week

Starting now, the Idle Thyme Restaurant at Traverse Bay Corner will be serving a dinner special every day, not only on week-ends. Cheryl Davis regularly sends out emails on thursday evenings with the menu for the week. If you want to be put on her mailing list, contact her at the Idle Thyme Restaurant

By Fredrick, ago
Beaches

Canada Day, Fête du Canada, Dominion Day

Historicaly it marks the union of the province of Canada with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on July 1st 1867, and the begin of a long march to total independance - completed in 1982 with the Constitution Act. On this day in 1867 the former Province of Canada was divided into the two current provinces of Quebec and Ontario, thus also marking the begin of a totally different problem. Separationism.

By Fredrick, ago
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