Integrity Foods is a magical dinner destination. You arrive and are surrounded by farm animals, a beautiful garden and a bunch of tables around where you can eat.
Everything takes place outdoors. The menu (only pizzas) is on the side of the house wall, and someone stands at a cash register under the menu to take your order. The pizza crust is made with spelt and the toppings are locally sourced (vegetables from the garden, meats from nearby and cheese from New Bothwell). The pizza is cooked in an outdoor wood fire oven in front of you and it's delicious. We liked the Southwest chicken, pepperoni and mushroom and bison pizzas the best. We could have skipped the Hawaiian.
After you order, you can just wander around and play with the kittens (if you can catch them), the bunnies, swing on the swing or go on a little forest walk. Watch out for the donkey though - he might give you a little love nip. Before you know it, your pizza will be ready.
They only serve you your pizza. If you wish to stay and eat (which we did), bring your own plates, drinks, cutlery and dessert if you like. They have water and pop shop Pop, but I saw a table there with a bottle of wine. After dinner, we wandered for a little bit and then sat back down to eat our dessert. It was lovely.
Cornelius, the guy in charge might wander over to your table to say hello. He's very friendly, and proud of his farm. It's easy to tell how important his faith is to him too. However, he didn't every try to convert us. Being non-religious, I didn't ever feel uncomfortable around him. The woman in charge (I didn't catch her name) was wandering around with plates of ginger snap cookies. If you're lucky enough to be offered one - take it! They're delicious. Quite crispy, because they too were baked in a wood oven.
Another item to note - the washrooms are an outhouse with a water pump to wash your hands. They are clean, spacious and relatively bright, but they're outhouses.
You should go to Integrity Foods. It's a bit far from Winnipeg, but it's a lovely place. Take the kids (but keep them away from the donkey), bring plates, drinks and dessert and you will have a great evening!
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