Lord Nelson Hotel, 1515 South Park St., HalifaxAn English-style pub for the whole family with a patio overlooking the Public Gardens. Knowledgeable, friendly service with a good
5428 Doyle St., HalifaxFriendly neighbourhood pub. One of the city’s few cigar-friendly bars. Tom’s offers snacks (and some of the city’s tastiest chicken
5136 Prince St., HalifaxA taste of Ireland in the heart of downtown Halifax. Three-room pub offers live entertainment nightly (no cover charge) and
1600 Grafton St., HalifaxA premium selection of beers from around the world, including 60 on tap. Popular patio now open. Food and drink
Historic Properties, HalifaxOffering Maritime hospitality since 1974, this landmark remains a popular waterfront destination. Have a sociable and sing along. Live entertainment
1566 Argyle St., HalifaxScottish pub with a huge selection of whisky and dozens of varieties of beer. Open daily, 11am to 2am.
1855 Granville St., HalifaxTraditional Maritime pub offers friendly staff, cold drinks and an extensive menu. Live East Coast music every night contributes to
5435 Spring Garden Rd, HalifaxFriendly pub overlooking Spring Garden Road, with an outdoor patio. Upscale menu for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. On-site microbrewery
Brewery Market,, HalifaxLocated in the Alexander Keith’s Brewery, the Red Stag offers Maritime hospitality in a historic setting. Nightly specials including half-price
1744 Grafton St., HalifaxDating back to 1949, one of the downtown’s most beloved pubs. Known for classic pub offerings like steak and fries,
1222 Barrington St., HalifaxStone-walled historic property is a downtown landmark and well known to lovers of fine ales and hearty English-style pub grub.
1717 Brunswick St, HalifaxLocated in a historic building in the shadow of the Halifax Citadel. The décor emphasizes history and tradition and staff
Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel, 1919 Upper Water St., HalifaxSmart casual Scottish-style pub with an extensive selection of scotch and draught. Open Sunday to Thursday, 4pm to midnight; Friday
Corner of Argyle and Sackville streets., HalifaxDesigned and built in Ireland, Durty Nelly’s made its way across the Atlantic to be reconstructed piece by piece in
69 Alderney Dr., Dartmouth, HalifaxFeatures live music and a menu packed with pub favourites like BBQ ribs, Irish stew, steak and kidney pie, seafood
1269 Barrington St, HalifaxLive blues, jazz and reggae. Smokin’ hot blues jam every Sunday night. Kitchen now features gourmet burgers and poutine from