5686 Spring Garden Rd, HalifaxFriendly atmosphere and great food are complemented by fine local entertainment, featuring a popular Saturday blues matinee. Enjoy seafood, steaks,
1592 Argyle St., HalifaxIntimate urban tea house, specializing in organic fair-trade loose teas from around the world. Over 100 varieties; tea latte, iced
World Trade and Convention Centre, HalifaxPerched atop the World Trade and Convention Centre, this restaurant offers an unbeatable panorama of downtown Halifax. Open for lunch
1549 Lower Water St, HalifaxSituated on the waterfront boardwalk, this restaurant dishes out fresh Maritime seafood in a casual nautical atmosphere. It’s the only
5677 Brenton Pl., HalifaxHalifax’s newest Chinese restaurant specializes in Crispy Duck, Sizzling Shrimp, Chef Signature Lemon Chicken and Golden Flower Ball. Chef also
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
1030 South Park St., HalifaxNew York-style coffeehouse features gourmet coffee and tea, along with muffins, scones, cheesecakes and other desserts, all baked from scratch
5680 Spring Garden Rd., HalifaxCozy atmosphere. Serves authentic doners and kebabs; Halal meat available. Friendly service, reasonable prices. Open daily, 11am to 9pm.
1983 Upper Water St., HalifaxCasual dining at a cozy booth or table with a waterfront view. A selection of appetizers, entrées and delectable desserts.
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
1751 Lower Water St., HalifaxJoin the world’s most famous tugboat on his inspection of the Big Harbour, explore his home and meet his friends.
1707 Grafton St., HalifaxSpecializes in local flavours with macrobiotic influences. The menu includes free-range chicken, beef, lamb and gourmet pizzas. Displays works by
5147 Morris St., HalifaxHistoric downtown building. Serves mochas, chai frappes and specialty drinks galore. Selection includes organic tea and coffee, grilled panini sandwiches,
250 Shore Club Rd., Hubbards, HalifaxA traditional Maritime lobster supper at an informal community hall. Includes a fresh boiled Nova Scotia lobster, potato salad, all-you-can-eat
5218 Prince St, HalifaxThe dining room is steeped in 250 years of history with exposed stone, wood beams and candlelight throughout. The “Galley
1586 Argyle St., HalifaxFresh healthy meals to eat in or take out. Choose from pitas like chicken caesar, souvlaki, BLT, gyros, garden and
1721 Brunswick St., HalifaxOne of Halifax’s largest and most popular dance bars, featuring live music, pulsating dance beats and drink specials. Dance until
5136 Prince St., HalifaxA taste of Ireland in the heart of downtown Halifax. Three-room pub offers live entertainment nightly (no cover charge) and
1645 Granville St., HalifaxUpscale family dining. Create your own unique stir-fry with 17 garden fresh vegetables, chicken, beef, pork, seafood and 18 made-from-scratch
1559 Barrington St., HalifaxIf you’re the kind of person who skips straight to dessert, this is the spot for you—specializing in decadent desserts