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12 Seriously Important Winnipeg Bars You Need To Visit In 2017

Bring out your inner bar-star.

The sun is shining and so is that ice cold drink waiting for you at your favorite bar! All of 2017 has been cold so far but now it's finally over (we hope)! We can finally start to come out of hibernation mode and hit up the bars like the bar star you know you are.

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Everyone in Winnipeg has probably at least heard of every one of these bars if not at least visited them, but if you've been living under a rock, it's time to get out! Here are 12 seriously important bars you need to hit up in 2017.

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The Roost // 651 Corydon Ave.

Beautiful fancy cocktails. I mean look at those colors ^^^

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Citizen // 291 Bannatyne Ave.

Bringing in some big names, like Walshy fire from Major Lazer <3

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Nectar // 575 Portage Ave.

Hosting tons of up and coming DJs! It's your go-to for EDM.

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Upstairs In The Village // 99 Osborne St.

Amazing location upstairs in Osborne village. Look out over the street it's a beautiful view!

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La Roca // 155 Smith St.

Decorated in beautiful sugar skulls, get your sexy Latin fix.

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The Good Will // 625 Portage Ave.

Hosting local bands and events, they have a great chill atmosphere.

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Albert Street Cocktail Company // 91 Albert St.

Quality over quantity as they say. Oh, you fancy huh?

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441 // 441 Main St.

Located in this beautiful building, 441 is a major part of the Winnipeg club scene.

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District Stop // 140 Bannatyne Ave.

In the Exchange District, one of the main go-to bars for Hip Hop and EDM.

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OV Club // 2-108 Osborne St.

OV used to be the old Green Room, it's Osborne Village's go to club.

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G Martini Bar // 454 River Ave.

Creative martinis and sushi, what else could you want?

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The Pint // 274 Garry St.

A Canadian chain, it quickly became one of the most popular bars in downtown Winnipeg.

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