Are you ready?! Polar Bear Run/Bike 2016 in support of Habitat for Humanity


This year’s Polar Bear Run is fast approaching as is the excitement of runners and fat tire cyclists that will be joining the challenge. The Polar Bear run is an unsanctioned race that has been going strong for 20 plus years. Jeff Badger first ran the 18 mile crossing with his sons beside him on ATV’s and his father waiting for him in Grand Beach. This run/bike is for those who want to experience the vastness of the lake, bright sunshine and a physical challenge unlike any other.

There is STILL room to sign up! Registration is $25 and includes a coupon for a 40z pickerel and chips from Kris’ Fish and chips. The money is used to pay for the support crew and any extra monies will be donated towards this year’s Habitat for Humanity ride. Please fill out the attached application and waiver form and send to Jeff Badger asap!

PolarBearRunBike2016 Application and Waiver Form

Check out this article from Community news 2014 for more pictures and reading. GOOD LUCK to all the participants!!!

Check out our Winter Weekend Specials!

Winter Weekend Specials


Two can enjoy a tasty seafood platter with a variety of fish and lightly battered shrimp and a choice of salad or homemade fries for only $18.95.

Kids under 12 eat free when accompanied with an adult.


Two can dine for $25.00 on our delicious manager’s special which comes with; homemade soup or salad, mashed potatoes or fries and brown or Icelandic Rye bread as well as coffee or tea.


Seniors will receive %10 their food order. (excludes the Senior Pickeral)

Kris’ Welcomes Winning Architects this Saturday


We would like to welcome the winners from this year’s “Warming Huts“, architecture and arts competition to Kris’ Fish and Chips this Saturday.  The Warming Huts competition, which attracts architects from all over the globe, “push[es] the envelope of design, craft and art”  as competitors come up with unique warming hut concepts for Winnipeg’s famous Red River Mutual Trail. The winners of the 2016 competition are busy constructing their visions right now at the Forks. When they are finished later this week the huts will be brought out to the trail for visitors to skate to and enjoy. We hope you all enjoy your Kris’ dinner this Saturday!


Fun was had by all, with a bonfire on frozen Lake Winnipeg and then a delicious Kris’ dinner. Congratulations again to all the architects and thanks for coming to Gimli for a visit!