Happening and Hot at Salisbury House Restaurants in Winnipeg
For over 90 years, Salisbury House Family Restaurants in Winnipeg have provided local great-tasting comfort food that reminds you of home-cooked meals.
And you don’t become one of Winnipeg's oldest restaurants without participating and giving back to the communities that powered your growth.
Throughout the years, we’ve expanded our locations, revamped our menu, tried out Le Burger Week, and launched our Pay-It-Forward program.
If you’re interested in knowing what we have on the go and our future projects, keep reading our Hot and Happening update!
Sals Kickin’ Chicken at Shaw Park
Shaw Park opened in June of 1999 and is home to the Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball team. Over four million people visited the state-of-art facility; it’s one of Winnipeg’s top attractions.
We’re excited to announce that you can now grab Sals Kickin’ Chicken at Shaw Park. Just find us behind section R!
The season is running until September, so you have plenty of time to catch a game and grab some chicken!
The Worlds Largest Selection of Manitoba Craft Beer
As we all know, local businesses need our attention. In an effort to support more local brands, we are introducing a craft beer menu at our Stafford and Pembina family restaurant.
Our craft beer menu is 100% local and only features Manitoba-based breweries. We have the world's largest selection of Manitoba craft beer. Available for dine-in or take-out (with the purchase of food).
Pay it Forward with Salisbury House Restaurants
Salisbury House is launching a Pay-it-Forward program. We aim to raise money and build awareness for Manitoba-based charities. Proceeds from specific menu items and Sals Gift Card Sales will be directly donated to selected Manitoba Charities during the Sals Pay It Forward Campaigns.
Watch out for our Pay-it-Forward campaigns on social media and on our website. To date, we’ve raised over $130K for 15 charities based in Manitoba (as of 2022).
Goodbye Single-Use Plastic - All Salisbury Restaurants
All of our restaurants in Winnipeg are saying goodbye to single-use plastic. It started with the launch of our Salisbury House restaurant in the Exchange District (2018).
When we decided to open our Lombard Ave restaurant, we immediately knew we wanted to eliminate single-use plastic, and we planned to carry this motto throughout our family restaurants.
We weren't doing our communities or customers justice by offering single-use plastic. So, we made the important decision to switch to biodegradable products instead.
We’re happy to report that none of our Winnipeg restaurants are offering single-use plastic.
Salisbury House Restaurant opens on Lombard Ave in the Exchange District
We’re returning to the heart of the city and nearby where we started! In 1931 we opened the first Salisbury House restaurant near Main and Portage.
Eighty-seven years later, we’re opening a Salisbury House restaurant on Lombard Ave in the Exchange District! We will still be a family restaurant with the same great menu full of comfort food, but now you can enjoy Canadian architect John Atchison’s masterpiece.
The 177 Lombard Ave building opened in 1911 and is an important piece of the Exchange District’s history. We couldn't be prouder to be a part of the Exchange District and Downtown neighbourhood.
Le Burger Week - Competition Winner
The Grand Gourmet burger: a Salisbury House’s classic cheese Nip doubled in size and dressed for success!
Sals house-made roasted garlic and onion aioli, 2 slices of natural Cheddar cheese, 3 slices of maple millionaire bacon and perfectly seasoned crispy onions stacked on our juicy 8oz Nip patty. All topped off with Sals Sauce.
We placed 5th in the 2016 Le Burger Week competition, and our burger was so popular that we had to add it to our menu! Grab it any time you stop at a nearby Salisbury Restaurant in Winnipeg.