Tipsy Cow

Hours

Friday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Thursday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Chamber Rating

4.4 - (462 reviews)
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Read Our 462 Reviews

Chamber Rating

4.4 - (462 reviews)
284
123
29
13
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  • Justin Hogg

    It was a random pick because was going to a concert that night. Had the bacon cheese burger with fiys and was really good.
    May 10th, 2023

  • Tanya Larocque

    Service : 5/5 | Atmosphere : 3/5 More
    May 2nd, 2023

  • Kain Yusanagi

    I've been here thrice in total, all within a span of one week, and have to say that the food is not only good, but the service is stellar; Jesse, the man at the front (at least when I've gone, on mondays and wednesdays), is incredibly professional (by this I mean emphatically not that he's cold and calculative, as some use the phrase, but that he is incredibly passionate about what he does and knows what he's doing) and charismatic, as well as attentive to your needs, keeping an eye out for water levels as he shuttles food and drinks to customers and popping by to top them up while asking if there's anything else he can help you with, even if there's a bevy of other customers he's handling at the same time. He's also quite personable, with an easy-to-talk-to air about him that endears him to you immediately. But enough talking up the waitstaff: how's the food? Wassif (Man, I hope I'm spelling your name right!) is a consummate professional in the kitchen, humble and not given to bragging, but you can tell how much he puts himself into the food. I've gotten the Signature Burger twice (once with a side of fries) and the Portly Bison once, along with the Dip Flight (large fries with three in-house made dips, a peppercorn, a honey dill, and a spicy mayo) and the farmer sausage appetizers, as well as a large poutine, across three separate visits, and everything has been absolutely delicious. The spice blend that he uses for the fries is fantastic, and while there was a slight mishap with the poutine's gravy being a bit cool when being served, that was due to the server being a bit slow to react to the order being ready (dealing with some other customers that came in when the order up bell was dinged; I fully understood) and he immediately acknowledged his fault and fixed the problem (I even said it was fine to just re-heat it in a salamander or oven or something, but they made me a new one from scratch instead, because of how it'd affect the overall dish texturally and flavour-wise; that's dedication). As for the burgers? Oh, man, the burgers! They aren't your typical smash burgers that you see in most restaurants these days, but full third-pound beef patties, handmade with care, and served with a stellar assortment of condiments and toppings carefully chosen to support, rather than overpower, the burger. The Portly Bison's bison chili is an accent, rather than the primary flavour, and it works wonders. The bacon is also satisfyingly thick, but not so thick it becomes a chore to eat, either, and because of its thickness it's chewy while not losing its crunchiness, either; basically, the perfect burger bacon. The prices for everything felt a bit steep the first time I went here, but with the high quality level of the food, they've definitely won me over. I haven't experimented much with the drinks menu (I'm not a fan of beer much at all), but their selection of wines is limited but tasty, and their cocktails are affordable (and, of course, tasty; a recently developed one that isn't listed in the menu tasted deliciously of blue curacao, vodka, and raspberry syrup, with a few other supporting flavours; basically an alcoholic blue raspberry slurpee. I loved it!). The only thing I'd note is that the wine is overpriced, as all wines are wherever you go, if you don't buy on their "Winey Wednesday" daily special; you can source any of the bottles that they sell for approximately half the cost of a bottle here (which is the price you get on wednesday, so if you're into wine, buy a bottle and take the rest home). The Rose Mateus (it's the original, not the dry) is a definite recommendation then, as it is a sparkling wine with a very smooth profile that will refresh your palate as you eat the heavy-but-delicious burgers and fries. The red that they offer, Centelleo Tempranillo, pairs well with the burgers more as an accompaniment to the juicy beef, as reds tend to do.
    Apr 4th, 2023

  • Malia

    Food : 5/5 | Service : 5/5 | Atmosphere : 5/5 More
    Apr 2nd, 2023

  • Adam Tonita

    Recommended dishes Burger More
    Mar 23rd, 2023

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About
Tipsy Cow

Tipsy Cow is located at 285 Portage Ave in Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2B4. Tipsy Cow can be contacted via phone at 204-944-8928 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   204-944-8928

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Tipsy Cow?

A The phone number for Tipsy Cow is: 204-944-8928.


Q Where is Tipsy Cow located?

A Tipsy Cow is located at 285 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2B4


Q What is the internet address for Tipsy Cow?

A The website (URL) for Tipsy Cow is: http://www.tipsycowwpg.com/


Q What days are Tipsy Cow open?

A Tipsy Cow is open:
Friday: 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday: 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday: 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday: 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Thursday: 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM


Q How is Tipsy Cow rated?

A Tipsy Cow has a 4.4 Star Rating from 462 reviewers.

Hours

Friday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Thursday:
4:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Tipsy Cow

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Justin Hogg on Google

image It was a random pick because was going to a concert that night. Had the bacon cheese burger with fiys and was really good.


Tanya Larocque on Google

image Service : 5/5 | Atmosphere : 3/5 More


Kain Yusanagi on Google

image I've been here thrice in total, all within a span of one week, and have to say that the food is not only good, but the service is stellar; Jesse, the man at the front (at least when I've gone, on mondays and wednesdays), is incredibly professional (by this I mean emphatically not that he's cold and calculative, as some use the phrase, but that he is incredibly passionate about what he does and knows what he's doing) and charismatic, as well as attentive to your needs, keeping an eye out for water levels as he shuttles food and drinks to customers and popping by to top them up while asking if there's anything else he can help you with, even if there's a bevy of other customers he's handling at the same time. He's also quite personable, with an easy-to-talk-to air about him that endears him to you immediately.
But enough talking up the waitstaff: how's the food? Wassif (Man, I hope I'm spelling your name right!) is a consummate professional in the kitchen, humble and not given to bragging, but you can tell how much he puts himself into the food. I've gotten the Signature Burger twice (once with a side of fries) and the Portly Bison once, along with the Dip Flight (large fries with three in-house made dips, a peppercorn, a honey dill, and a spicy mayo) and the farmer sausage appetizers, as well as a large poutine, across three separate visits, and everything has been absolutely delicious.
The spice blend that he uses for the fries is fantastic, and while there was a slight mishap with the poutine's gravy being a bit cool when being served, that was due to the server being a bit slow to react to the order being ready (dealing with some other customers that came in when the order up bell was dinged; I fully understood) and he immediately acknowledged his fault and fixed the problem (I even said it was fine to just re-heat it in a salamander or oven or something, but they made me a new one from scratch instead, because of how it'd affect the overall dish texturally and flavour-wise; that's dedication).
As for the burgers? Oh, man, the burgers! They aren't your typical smash burgers that you see in most restaurants these days, but full third-pound beef patties, handmade with care, and served with a stellar assortment of condiments and toppings carefully chosen to support, rather than overpower, the burger. The Portly Bison's bison chili is an accent, rather than the primary flavour, and it works wonders. The bacon is also satisfyingly thick, but not so thick it becomes a chore to eat, either, and because of its thickness it's chewy while not losing its crunchiness, either; basically, the perfect burger bacon.
The prices for everything felt a bit steep the first time I went here, but with the high quality level of the food, they've definitely won me over. I haven't experimented much with the drinks menu (I'm not a fan of beer much at all), but their selection of wines is limited but tasty, and their cocktails are affordable (and, of course, tasty; a recently developed one that isn't listed in the menu tasted deliciously of blue curacao, vodka, and raspberry syrup, with a few other supporting flavours; basically an alcoholic blue raspberry slurpee. I loved it!).
The only thing I'd note is that the wine is overpriced, as all wines are wherever you go, if you don't buy on their "Winey Wednesday" daily special; you can source any of the bottles that they sell for approximately half the cost of a bottle here (which is the price you get on wednesday, so if you're into wine, buy a bottle and take the rest home). The Rose Mateus (it's the original, not the dry) is a definite recommendation then, as it is a sparkling wine with a very smooth profile that will refresh your palate as you eat the heavy-but-delicious burgers and fries. The red that they offer, Centelleo Tempranillo, pairs well with the burgers more as an accompaniment to the juicy beef, as reds tend to do.


Malia on Google

image Food : 5/5 | Service : 5/5 | Atmosphere : 5/5 More


Adam Tonita on Google

image Recommended dishes Burger More


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