Open for the Season
Due to our limited size, we recommend
Reservations can be made by calling us at (204) 334-2498
Group Reservations are welcome, call to make arrangements well in advance.
We are unable to hold a reservation longer than 15 minutes during our peek times
Our patio is seated on a first arrived basis.
We accept, VISA, MasterCard, and Debit
The Restaurant & Patio Areas
- No Smoking
No Pets Please
Foods or drinks from outside our restaurant are not allowed on our patio or inside the tea room.
July & August Hours
Monday thru Friday 11 am to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 11 am to 6pm
We are featured on go! Winnipeg, Shaw Cable.
Featured in Fine Life Styles Magazine 2014
---------------------------------Maple Grove Tea Room was used as a location shoot in the summer of 2013, for the movie "Heaven Is For Real" Starring Greg Kinnear.
Canadian Living Magazine - May 2013
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 each morning inside the restaurant bakery kitchen, using family recipes that have been passed down. Valerie's great -grand parents and grand parents owned and operated a family bakery in southern Manitoba for over 40 years. The inspiration of hands on, fresh ingredient baking comes from them.
Each day 2 soups are on our menu, both are made from fresh ingredients and are very popular even during the hottest summer days. Our fresh light lunches, made with as many locally sourced ingredients as possible.
We invite you to join us for a simple but wholesome lunch either inside the Tea Room area 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 30 guests.
Appetizers, Desserts, or Dinner Options are available.
We've helped many guests celebrate Wedding Receptions, Showers, Special Birthdays, Baptism's, and Memorials.
Click the "Receptions" tab above for additional information.
Located inside a 1866, Provincial Heritage House built by Duncan McRae,
and former home of the 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.