The Prairie Firehouse

One of Brandon's newest dining establishments; The Prairie Firehouse offers a little history, some great food, and great entertainment. 

The old Central Fire Station on Princess was designed by W.A. Elliot and is a Manitoba Municipal Heritage Site No. 196. It was constructed in 1911 on the site of the previous fire station that was in use from 1882-1893. The location has been a part of Brandon’s history, serving the community for over a century. This beautiful landmark is now part of the present and future as a place for the community to gather.

We have seized the opportunity to playfully work with being in an old fire station by offering a variety of menu items that are smoked and have included a few fiery items as well. We offer a variety of unique craft cocktails, an excellent wine list and have local beers on tap.

We have a stage area and regularly book local bands for both soft entertainment during the dinner hour and more energetic tunes for late night drinks. 

Check out their What's Happening page (or The Brandon Buzz calendar) for entertainment listings, and their website for menu options!