If you're going to go out to eat, waterfront is your way to go! I mean it's summer, and were all trying to get as close to the water as much as we can! So if you're going to go out to eat anyways, waterfront is so worth it!\nREAD ALSO: 15 Winnipeg Patios You Need To Add To Your Summer Bucket List\nIn Winnipeg we only have so many limited days where the water isn't frozen and can glisten under that summer sun! Enjoy it while we can and check out these 9 Waterfront Restaurants In Winnipeg With Views That Will Amaze You.\nvia @jason.mcvicar\nMon Ami Louis // 50 Provencher Blvd. (on the Esplanade Riel)\nVisit the only bridge restaurant in North America!\n529 Wellington // 529 Wellington Crescent.\nThis "hidden" patio is tucked away in the back and goes right on the water!\nvia @ashleyfouldss\nCibo Waterfront Cafe // 339 Waterfront Dr.\nThey have a beautiful patio but you can also get amazing views inside!\nBuffalo Stone Café // 1961 McCreary Rd.\nInside of Fort Whyte, this is Winnipeg's only lake side restaurant and patio!\nvia @ponycorral\nPony Corral Pier Seven // 1700 Pembina Hwy.\nThey have live bands that perform while you lookout over the water!\nMuddy Waters // 15 Forks Market Rd.\nThe lower patio below the actual restaurant gives you the best spot at The Forks to be close to the water!\nBaja Beach Club // 1 Forks Market Rd.\nPart of Beach Combers, it's their big patio closest to the water at The Forks!\nThe Park Cafe // 330 Assiniboine Park Dr.\nPart of Assiniboine Park, get a great view of the duck pond through the beautiful big windows!\nWater's Edge // 600 Caron Rd, Headingley\nPart of Adrenaline Adventures, watch the wake-boarders do some tricks!