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About Prairie 360 Restaurant & Lounge
When you dine at Prairie 360, you're taking in more than just taste with a view. The fine dining experience starts in the glass elevator travelling 28 floors up. You're greeted by a friendly hostess, and then escorted to your table on the 30th floor. The ambience is exclusive to our restaurant; a second to none view, cordial & experienced staff, attention to detail, and thoroughly prepared dishes. Most restaurants are a meal, Prairie 360 is a fine dining experience above the rest.
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4J9
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri, 11am - 1:30pm
Sun - Thu, 4:30pm - 9pm
Fri - Sat, 4:30pm - 10pm
WHISKEY LOUNGE HOURS
Fri - Sat, 5pm - Late
Lounge Menu Available
Sun, 10:30am - 1:30pm
Garry & Broadway
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Prairie 360 Restaurant & Lounge Ratings and Reviews
Our experience was absolutely terrible due to our server. A 75 minute wait for food in absolutely unacceptable. Especially in a considerably empty restaurant, where 2 servers just wandered around and the other was on the phone a lot. Our server did not a knowledge the long wait, nor did he apologize. To make it worse, we were charged an automatic gratuity due to our number of guests. The service staff DID NOT deserve a dime of that gratuity.
A more in depth review has been submitted directly to Prairie 360.
Prairie 360 never fails to amaze us. We had an awesome Father's Day dinner. Special thanks to our very friendly and efficient server( so sorry to forget her name because I lost it while having the fried ice cream😀)
Great dining experience with spectacular views.
I was disappointed with the menu and the service. I'm a vegetarian and I was really looking forward to the ravioli and the first thing the server said was 'we don't have the ravioli - we haven't had it in two months'. When I said I was looking forward to it she replied 'well that's why I told you first thing'.
Two of us ordered Stella Artois and we were told we would have to wait as it wasn't in the fridge. So we waited about 15 minutes and then they brought us room temperature beer.
I love the views and used to go to the restaurant as a child but I think they're relying on the fact that it's a revolving restaurant too much. You still have to have good food and great service.
Food was fabulous, service was exceptional and it was really quite something to be able to overlook the whole city while we were there. It was fancy but not fancy enough that we felt like our kids were out of place. We have a couple of picky eaters and even those two were able to find something they enjoyed in the menu. A great experience. Will definitely go back for a date night next time.
I had occasion to take an out of town business associate to dinner. I thought this would be a great choice for Manitoba cuisine. unfortunately, the first thing we were offered was PEI mussels.
The concept of the restaurant is great. They need to work on their service and remember that most of the people they are serving are not familiar with the menu items.
Suggestion to the restaurant, over the fixed windows where there are significant sites (the legislature, St. Boniface cathedral, etc.) put a plaque with information. would be a great conversation starter.
We ate here for a breakfast brunch following an anniversary night out. The food was mostly cold; the food warmers didn't do a good job. The omelettes were made fresh for us and were the best part. Brunch food would have been fine had it been hot.
Very disappointed in the service and the food choices. There was only 2 vegetarian options and only 1 was offered. The white wine I ordered was warm, food was not served hot. It was not busy and the server was more busy talking to a staff member than taking care of her patrons! Not impressed!
Me and my wife had a great time, celebrating our anniversary. Food is good but I think you should try more varieties of food such as sea food vegetables aside from salad.
Since it's a fine dining restaurant, my wife was expecting that the washroom is also nice and beautiful though it wasn't dirty but try to improve the washroom to become more attractive to your customer. Staff is nice and helpful.
We were a party of 7 on May 20th for a special get together with friends. The view is great of course, and the service was good, but the food was not. $ people ordered steaks which were mostly overcooked. One was returned and it still wasn't done to order but was not sent back a second time. One order was duck confit and it was also overdone. We will not be returning for dinner nor would we recommend it
Went for Lunch. The service was fantastic! The food was excellent. I had the Bison Burger which was done perfectly and the Potato Vegetable soup of the day, which was very tasty. My 3 companions all had and enjoyed the Pickerel (although one stated that it had a bit too much coating for their liking) and the house salad (which they all liked). Prices were reasonable.
The server was very friendly, helpful and very accommodating. Parking is free.
There weren't many other patrons in the restaurant, which is really too bad, as this venue is once again a real gem in Winnipeg. We took a visitor from India who has never been in Canada before, and he was very impressed with the restaurant, the ambiance and the view and stated he would like to come again.
My only complaint was that the washrooms were very tiny and NOT handicap equipped! (Handicap only available on the floor below.)
Overall, it was a delightful experience and well worth the visit! I would highly recommend it!!
Right away, you are in for a treat if you've never been to this restaurant, as the entire place rotates high atop Fort Garry place. It takes about an hour for a full rotation to take place, but the staff encourages you to take your time and enjoy the view, which automatically put this restaurant into a better class altogether than 529 Wellington (where we are always made to feel like we need to rush out the door the instant we are done eating). The entree selection was creative, and I ended up having difficulty choosing between several intriguing options. I opted for the Oyster Mushroom Tenderloin, and was surprised at how great all of the elements of the dish tasted in combination. The sirloin and mushrooms are server atop a bed of sweet potato gnocchi in a roasted garlic cream sauce and it quite literally was the best gnocchi I've ever had. My spouse had a simple 6oz New York Striploin with mixed veggies but the steak itself was cooked to perfection to her taste, and was also surprisingly tasty.
We went for our 21st wedding anniversary and it was well worth the trip. We stayed for two hours and change, and ended up having dessert (a salted caramel peanut butter cheesecake mousse - totally worth trying, it was awesome!) and coffee before we left. We got some amazing pictures of the city and the setting sun, and were encouraged to do so by the staff. The final bonus? If you park in the Parkade attached to the building, Prairie 360 will validate your parking!!
Our waitress, Laura, was exceptional. Very warm and friendly! They gave us a a free dessert, because it was my wife's birthday. The panoramic is spectacular!
The food is good to very good, but the attention from Laura and the view made it a fantastic dinner!
PS: with people like Laura we will go back and recommend it.
Made a reservation but still had to wait a half hour for a table. It was for Sunday brunch on Easter Sunday but was disappointed as the hot buffet food was cool. Server was attentive which made up for the poor quality in the food. View was good and more of why we decided to go to Prairie 360 just wish the food was better as was disappointing for the price.
We enjoyed my daughters birthday snack there. Delicious desserts! We didn't like the music though. It was too loud and not the right type for the atmosphere. A more classical style would suit better....not a heavy rock beat...it was quite distracting actually. But the food and service was great. I'm planning to take each of my children there for their birthdays...that's 5 more....hope music has changed by then. :)
We appreciated a special Brunch price for seniors. Enjoying brunch with the ever changing breath taking views of Winnipeg is a special part of enjoying Brunch at Prairie 360. Servers are friendly, attentive, and helpful. We were disappointed with the restaurant's attention to cleanliness. We attended the first brunch seating on a Sunday morning. The tablecloth on our table had not been changed from the previous evening's service and had many food stains. We had a challenging time finding a clean plate at the brunch serving stations. Parking for the handicapped is very limited in the area. It was difficult to find restaurant signage directing patrons to the entrance where elevators could be found.
We didn't know what to expect. We all enjoyed the meal and overall experience. The server was attentive, friendly and knowledgeable. The food was excellent. Ambiance pleasing and the view amazing. Everyone we dealt with was very friendly and helpful. The only negative was the elevator rides and 'maze' to get there in order to use the glass elevator. But really it was not a negative in the sense we would not return. The food and experience and ambiance completely negates that. Plus the glass elevator is a bonus experience once you get to it. The signage to get to it was satisfactory. I was part of a large group and followed the herd. Therefore I didn't look for the directional signs so perhaps satisfactory isn't accurate. The leader of our group got us to the elevator with no issues. Thanks for this opportunity.
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