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We make food for you to eat.

 
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Where the North End and the Wild West meets the Deep South. 

The Tallest Poppy serves delicious comfort food and drinks in West Broadway.  Owner/operator Talia Syrie's restaurant has relocated from it's original incarnation in the Red Road Lodge on Main St to the historic Sherbrook Inn.

Come eat at our restaurant. We have hot sauce, tasty drinks, and Eileen. 

You can call us to make a reservation for your large (6+) group.

We don't take reservations during weekend brunch, or for small groups. 

 

 

 

CONTACT

(204) 219-8777

thetallestpoppywest@gmail.com

LOCATION

103 Sherbrook St 

Winnipeg, MB

R3C 2B5

HOURS

**New Hours of Operation**

M-Th: 10am–9pm
F-Sa: 8am–9pm
Su: 9am–9pm

ACCESSIBILITY

Front entrance and washrooms are physically accessible.

All washrooms are gender neutral.

 

Photo by Joseph Visser

 

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We will Bring You Food

Photos by Emily Christie

 

Funeral? Business Lunch? Anniversary Party?

Let us cook the food and deliver it for you. 

We cater all types of events.  Please follow the link below to schedule your menu consultation

WANT TO HOST YOUR EVENT AT OUR RESTAURANT? CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.  

 

 

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Art + other things relating to art

 

Tallest Poppy Artist Residency Program

Quarterly,  in collaboration with Synonym Art Consultation,  we invite a different artist to come and work alongside diners. All the details here

First Fridays

After you have seen all that the Winnipeg art scene has to offer come join your fellow art lovers for a drink and a dance. Starting at 10 pm we will have DJs, snacks, and special drinks to celebrate our art community. More info Here

Wall To Wall

Please support our friends at Synonym Art Consultation who run this amazing mural and culture festival. Tickets to Drag Brunch can be found here

 

 

Photo by Emily Christie