My husband asked me out on a breakfast date yesterday morning to celebrate the birth of our new grandson. I have to admit from the parking lot, the place he chose, didn’t look like much. What kind of breakfast would we get there? When we walked inside the Marion Street Eatery it was clean, bright, warm and charming. There was a morning chill in the air so we opted to eat inside but our table looked out over the sunny patio which had a nice view of an architecturally interesting old church across the street.
The service was prompt and friendly and it wasn’t long before we had piping hot coffee in front of us and had given our orders. There was some interesting art on the walls including this intriguing painting of three bison.
The Marion Street Eatery promises you food that’s delicious but simple. Comfort food. My breakfast was exactly that!
We had a nice visit before heading off. Dave was on his way to the slow pitch ball diamond where he was playing in the second day of a tournament and I was going to the art gallery to give a tour to kindergarten kids and then headed to a final meeting about my students at the University of Winnipeg.
We’ll go back to the Marion Street Eatery. It’s a nice homey place for breakfast.