The Grove

The Grove Pub & Restaurant

204.415.3262
164 Stafford Street
Winnipeg, Mb, Canada
R3M 2V8
eat@the-grove.ca

'pub': n. a public house
'public house': n. an establishment licensed for the sale and consumption of alcohol.. food and lodging are sometimes provided. A public house is often the center of sociability in a community
- Oxford English Dictionary

Open Daily
Sun - Wed: 11 a.m. till Midnight
Thurs - Sat: 11 a.m. till Late Night

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Stafford St. Lager

'local': British informal n. a pub convenient to a person's home or neighbourhood

'neighbourhood': n. a district, especially one forming a community within a town or city

'community': n. a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals

The Grove Pub & Restaurant was established in 2010 by owner Miles Gould. Miles, having spent much time living in England, made many friends working in and frequenting pubs. It's a way of life in England, and rich part of their history. Everyone has their local. That's why Miles has recreated that local neighbourhood pub atmosphere in Crescentwood.

The Grove, short for The Grosvenor, occupies the North-East corner of Grosvenor Avenue and Stafford Street. This intersection is the heart of the historic Grosvenor Square where many shops and businesses are integrated seamlessly with its local residents. The Grove resides within the former location of Tubby's Pizza, which found its home there for over 40 years, and pays homage to this legendary pizzeria with its own take on the Tubby's Special.

Crescentwood
The Grove Salad
Berkshire Pork Belly
Stafford St. Lager

'lager': n. a type of beer that is fermented and conditioned at low temperatures

'ale': n. a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm-fermentation with a strain of brewers' yeast. Typically with a bitter flavor and higher alcoholic content

'India pale ale': n. abbreviated IPA, is a type of ale that is light amber to copper in colour, medium to medium-high alcohol by volume, with hoppy, bitter and sometimes malty flavour

The Grove always offers 16 different beers on tap, as well as 30+ by the bottle. The selection includes a wide variety of beers such as lagers, ales, wheat beers, stoughts and bitters. Our beer ranges from premium European imports, to different beer from all across North America, including locally produced brews. We even offer two house beers at The Grove:
The Stafford Street Lager (from Sleeman) &
The Blood Alley Bitter (from Russell)

As much as we love beer, we also love well-made, hand-crafted cocktails. Read on...

Old Fashioned

'coquetier': French n. a stemmed egg cup. Mispronounced, it is believed to be the origin of the term 'cocktail'

'cocktail': n. an alcoholic beverage created by the balance of four main ingredients; a spirit, a sugar, a bitter and a water. See: 'old fashioned'

'old fashioned': n. a cocktail. The origin of the name is to order a cocktail in the "old fashion"

As much as we love beer, we also love well-made cocktails. So we take an enormous amount of pride in the fresh and quality ingredients we use to create our drinks. There is simply no substitute for freshly squeezed juices in cocktails. We are committed to serve cocktails made with care in classic fashion. We are constantly seeking out English favourites such as the Pimm's No.1 Cup and offer new concoctions every week.

We also provide a list of unique red, white and sparkling wines from our friends at La Boutique.

Pimm's No.1 Cup
Village Bay Oysters
Shepherds Pie

'shepherd's pie': n. a meat pie traditionally containing lamb, vegetables and topped with mashed potatoes

'cottage pie': n. See: 'shepherd's pie'; substitute lamb for minced beef

Owner Miles Gould sought out his long time friend Chef Norman Pastorin to create a modern and authentic English pub menu to mirror the atmosphere at The Grove. Chef Norman knows the difference between Shepherd's and Cottage Pie and he certainly knows English cuisine. Apart from taking on staples like Bangers & Mash and Fish & Chips, Chef Norman created a diverse menu of sarnies, burgers, appetizers, mains as well as gourmet pizzas.

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Chef Norman devises new dinner features every week, often putting his impression on English fare. His feature dishes highlight the dining room every single weekend at The Grove.

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Danielle Pizza
Blanche de Chamblay
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204.415.3262
164 Stafford Street
Winnipeg, Mb, Canada
R3M 2V8
eat@the-grove.ca

Open Daily
Sun - Wed: 11 a.m. till Midnight
Thurs - Sat: 11 a.m. till Late Night

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Lemon Curd Tart
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