Winnipeg's Hermanos expands to second location
Restauranteur Noel Bernier has opened a second Hermanos on South Osborne Street, with plans for a third
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In a world full of multinational chains, Noel Bernier is a throwback.
The Winnipeg-based restaurateur has spent the past eight years introducing independent unique food and beverage concepts, and now he’s going into expansion mode.
He has just opened his second Hermanos restaurant, a 4,000-square-foot, 100-seat eatery on South Osborne Street. Both it and the original Hermanos, which is slightly larger and located in the Exchange District downtown, are South American-style steak houses.
Bernier plans to open a third in town in the next 18 months and is looking outside Manitoba’s borders for more opportunities.
“Hermanos has the potential to be a national steak house brand, fitting a unique category of South American steak house. This is a concept that is growing across North America and Hermanos is a best-in-class offer,” he said.