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Where to Eat Halifax

3 Can’t-Go-Wrong Halifax Seafood Restaurants

Halifax Seafood Restaurants

Halifax Seafood Restaurants: McKelvie’s on Bedford Row in Halifax (Photo: Nova Scotia Tourism Agency)

SOU’WESTER
Situated next to the world-famous Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, Sou’westeron Peggy’s Cove Road offers some of the best local seafood, including chowder, fish and chips and lobster.
• Sou’Wester, 178 Peggy’s Point Rd., Peggy’s Cove, 902-823-2561, peggys-cove.com
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Best Restaurants in Canada to Open in 2012

Best Restaurants in Canada—Vancouver

The Vancouver pick on our list of the best restaurants in Canada to open last year (Photo: KK Law)

Where magazine’s Best Restaurants in Canada is an annual award program that celebrates the top dining establishments to open in the past year. Recognizing some of the best restaurants in Canada from coast to coast, this award serves as the highest recommendation from the editors of Where. One amazing eatery from each of the Where regions is highlighted below in the Best Restaurants in Canada 2012 list—Calgary, Canadian Rockies, Edmonton, Halifax, Muskoka-Parry Sound, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and Winnipeg. From classic comfort foods to refined fusion fare, this year’s selection offers a range of cuisines that’s as diverse as the regions they come from.

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A Foodie Road Trip Through the Maritimes

By ALINA SEAGAL

The Wharf Village Restaurant of Moncton (Photo: Alina Seagal)

When on a road trip, finding the right spot to eat can turn into a scavenger hunt—especially if you’re on a seafood sampling adventure in Maritimes. Lobster rolls, seafood chowders and crab cakes are served at every corner, and it’s next to impossible for the uninitiated to know the place that they’ll like best. Here, our list of great lobster shacks, oyster bars and family-run establishments that will help you find the perfect place to stop.

Start the Maritimes foodie road trip »