There are over 200 restaurants and 30 coffee shops in
Regina. Innovative chefs have created astounding new
tastes by pairing prairie sensibilities with world-infused
flavour. Below are some of Regina’s hottest culinary
Victoria’s – A Classic Tavern in Downtown Regina
Welcome to Vic’s. This old building was built in 1923 and first housed the Canada Loan and Trust Company. Vic’s offers classic comfort food, 20+ beers on tap and a terrific menu. At Vic’s they aim to provide great service while having FUN doing it!
Address: 1965 Hamilton St, Regina, SK S4P 2C6
Phone:(306) 352-8427 www.victoriastavern.ca
The friends who opened Leo’s created a classic juke box dive bar atmosphere to be enjoyed by friends, community members, strangers and the unaccustomed alike. Please come down and see for yourself – plug the juke, enjoy our menu of tasty homemade comfort foods and our local, domestic and craft beers. More importantly, enjoy the assortment of friends, family, regulars, misfits and the curious alike that work here, eat here, drink here and play here. See you at Leo’s at two locations:
2330 Albert St, Regina, SK S4P 2V7 (2 blocks from the Lake) (306) 525-5367
3735 East Quance Street, Regina, SK Right in the heart of the East end, Leo’s second location serves comfort food, great beer and is always FUN! Come on down, plug the juke, grab a pint and hang out! (306) 559-5367 www.leopoldstavern.com
Geoffrey Caswell-Murphy – Wild Sage Kitchen & Bar
Chef Geoffrey brings a diverse culinary style that
celebrates the farmer-chef relationship – a philosophy
that Wild Sage Kitchen & Bar integrates into every dish.
His Saskatchewan-inspired food creations incorporate
provincial favourites including Lake Diefenbaker trout, Pine View organic chicken, and Cactus Lake beef.
Martin Snow – The Creek in Cathedral
With a passion for locally grown produce, cheeses and
unique ports to add one-of-a-kind flavours, Chef Martin
will introduce you to his take on comfort foods. Some
signature dishes at The Creek in Cathedral include halibut cheeks, and pistachio crusted lamb chops with a port reduction.
Tim Davies – Willow on Wascana
At 30 years old, Chef Tim heads a fine-dining kitchen
that presents Saskatchewan ingredients in creative and
delicious ways with flavours that quite often sing off the
Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar
Jonathan was born in Regina and his team was recently
awarded the Gold Medal Plate at the Canadian Culinary
Championships. His winning dish was built around Fenek
Farm rabbit, seasonal cattails, and nasturtiums grown in his own garden.
Dave Straub – Flip Eatery and Drink
Chef Dave created a culinary destination catering to
its patrons with excellent service and a full menu late
into the evening. Each dish is unique and dynamic with
adventurous flavours. Be sure to visit Flip’s shop SALT
Food Boutique for homemade charcuterie.
From celtic pubs, sports bars, local brews, boot beers,
and the revolutionary concept of beer cuisine, Regina can
quench your thirst for celebration. Here are some great
places in Regina to raise a glass:
O’Hanlon’s Irish Pub
This is the only patio in the city with a view of Victoria Park. The drink recommended by staff? Guinness. Try any one of the craft beers from O’Hanlon’s own B-Sides Brewery. For food, look no further than a freshly baked Copper Kettle pizza. Live bands perform Tuesdays and Fridays, and there’s a dance party every Saturday night.
Bushwakker Brew Pub
Voted as one of Canada’s best brew pubs by the Globe
and Mail, Bushwakker’s is located in the historic Strathdee Building in the Warehouse District.
Beer Bros. Gastropub and Deli
Beer Bros. is home to the concept of ‘beer cuisine.’ It uses beers imported from around the world to enhance the flavour of its menu choices, as well as suggesting the best beer to complement every meal. Picture wine pairing – but with beer.
McNally’s Tavern is an old style bar with an Irish flair
featuring over 24 taps of premium style draft beer including an amazing and extensive selection of Scotch varieties. Live entertainment makes McNally’s the place to be on weekends. McNally’s is centrally located in the Warehouse District.
Birmingham’s Vodka and Ale House
This Regina Vodka and Ale House gives you the
opportunity to pour your own draught without leaving the
table! These tables are one-of-a-kind in Western Canada
and feature taps that swivel 360 degrees for a flawless