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Hot Dining for May

Canada’s Best
Primal
Selected by the editors as one of Where Canada’s Best New Restaurants for 2015, laid-back Primal Kitchen on Brenton Street features a dream menu for meat-lovers. Everything is house-made using primal cuts (the pieces first separated during butchering) of meat. Don’t miss the many craft beer options or the well-curated wine list.

A NIGHT ON THE TOWN

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Durty Nelly’s

    Ready to up your date-night game? Stories restaurant at The Halliburton hotel on Morris Street presents a casual attitude amid an upscale environment. Start with rice paper wrapped scallops and finish with a decadent blackberry-brown butter tart.
    For an upbeat evening of eats and entertainment, try The Carleton Music Bar & Grill on Argyle Street. The menu features an eclectic mix of pasta, pub fare, and share plates. After you eat, stick around–this nightspot features live music and comedy shows.

    GRAB A GLASS
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    Irish pubs aren’t just for St. Patrick’s Day anymore. Drop into Durty Nelly’s for a local craft beer or a pint of Guinness and some hearty Irish nosh like stew or bangers and mash.
    Dartmouth visitors should try The Celtic Corner on Alderney Street for a friendly pint. A varied menu boasts savoury pies and pasta dishes. Stick around to watch the latest football match or some live Celtic music.

    AFTERNOON DELIGHT
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    Explore the Halifax Waterfront in the morning and stop at Bishop’s Landing for lunch. Its diverse eateries will suit any taste. Try Ristorante a Mano if you’re hungry for Italian cuisine, or Hamachi Steakhouse Bar & Grill for unforgettable Asian fusion fare. After lunch, grab a coffee at the Smiling Goat Organic Espresso Bar or cold-pressed juice at Juice Press Inc.

LET’S ROLL
Local chain Sushi Nami Royaleweb IMG_2985, located downtown on Dresden Row, is known for its fresh ingredients and varied menu of traditional Japanese fare. Try the okonomiyaki, an Osaka-style cabbage pancake served with mayo and miso soup.
Wasabi Sushi on Quinpool Road is a hit for its happy hour menu featuring two- and three-roll maki combos and deals on libations. The atmosphere at this cozy spot is a mix of simple modern style and Japanese accents.

LAZY SUNDAY
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Celebrate the weekend with a sumptuous brunch at Cora
(page 58) with locations around the city, including downtown on Dresden Row. Dishes at this spacious breakfast joint arrive piled high with artistically cut fruit. The popular eatery offers five locations in the municipality.

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