Our Seasonal Hours
May, June and September Hours
Tuesday to Friday 11 am to 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
*Long Weekend Monday 11 am to 5 pm
July and August Hours
Monday to Friday 11 to 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11 to 6 pm
Canada Day 11 to 5 pm and August Long Weekend Monday 11 to 5 pm
We accept, VISA, MasterCard, and Debit cards.
The restaurant and Patio Areas - No Smoking
No Pets Please
Located in St.Andrews, Manitoba, on the Historic River Road Parkway.
Only a short 20 minute drive north, on the outskirts
of The City of Winnipeg.
Please see the tab "Driving Directions" to find us easily. (Above)
NOTE: Google Maps will send you past St.Andrews, and into Selkirk, Manitoba
That's us !!- Maple Grove Tea Room, listed as one of Canada's Best places for Afternoon Tea in the
May /13 Issue of Canadian Living Magazine!
The Maple Grove was opened in August, 2003 by Valerie Brown. Each season we welcome visitors and guests from all over Canada, USA and International locations.
All of the baking is done by Valerie each morning inside the restaurant bakery kitchen. Each day 2 soups are on our menu, both are made from fresh local ingredients and are very popular even during the hottest summer days. Our fresh light lunches, made with as many locally sourced ingredients as possible make the tea room a very popular location.
Maple Grove is licensed and carries a selection of beer and wines.
We invite you to join us for a simple but wholesome lunch either inside the glassed in green awned veranda Tea Room or outside on the always peaceful patio.
Celebrating a special event, or just want to get friends and family together for an evening of mingling? We can provide you with a menu and options for up to 31 guests. Appetizers, Desserts, or Dinner Options are available. We've helped many customers celebrate Weddings, Showers, Birthdays, Baptism's, and Memorials.
What would you like to celebrate? Contact Valerie for more information.
Located inside a 1866 Provincial Heritage House built by Duncan McRae,
and now a museum depicting the life of an Arctic explorer and entrepreneur,
Capt. William Kennedy. Situated on the banks of the Red River, Kennedy House
is enveloped by beautiful lush grounds and a sunken peaceful flower gardens and paths
tended by Diane, a gardener for the Province of Manitoba and her team.
The museum is available for self discovery and there is no charge for entry.
For additional information on the museum :
The restaurant area of the house is available for wedding receptions, anniversary/birthday or meetings by special reservations after our open to the public hours. Your meal is prepared in our own kitchens and served by our friendly staff. (Sorry no food from outside the restaurant is allowed).
We have a special menu for evening events, and you can obtain more information by contacting us below.
Our restaurant seats 31 people maximum
For more information for your special function needs contact Valerie at : email@example.com
Daily Reservations can be made by contacting us at (204) 334-2498 only. This will immediately verify your reservation time and date.