101 Regent Ave West | Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 10pm
Hugh Quinlan started an incredibly successful engineering company that is responsible for building the St. Andrews Lock and Dam - now known as Lockport - and the Grand Trunk Pacific (now CN) Transcona Shops.
Hugh’s son, Frank Quinlan - Transcona’s adopted son - was an extremely well-liked civil engineer of considerable skill, who was trusted to organize and supervise the construction of the Transcona Shops.
With steadfast loyalty to King George V and his desire to serve his country, Frank enlisted for service in World War I with the Canadian military. He was a Lieutenant and Superintendent of Works with the 5th Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops. Frank Quinlan was killed in action on September 29, 1917. He was only 28 years old.
He is named on the Transcona Cenotaph located at Memorial Park Circle. The monument originally stood tall on the corner of Regent and Day, where Quinlan’s Deli/Café currently stands.
We are all about fresh, house made, innovative foods that are handcrafted by a passionate chef and an incredible kitchen team. From shareable appetizers and warm soups, to unique sandwiches and mouth-watering entrees, there is something for everyone.
101 Regent Ave West
Tuesday - Thursday 11:00am - 9:00pm
Friday - Saturday 11:00am - 10:00pm