Canadaian Maritimes 9/15
Collected by Kathleen Jones
1549 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1S2, Canada
This seafood restaurant sits right at the waterfront ensuring freshness, and their fireplace makes the dining room cozy and romantic. The menu features all sorts of Atlantic seafood—oysters, crabs, and lobster—and has a respectable drinks list to...
5425 Sackville St, Halifax, NS B3J 3Y3, Canada
The Citadel at Halifax looms over the city’s downtown from its hilltop location. While the capital of Nova Scotia below has been described as a “city of the future”— thanks to its commitment to the environment and excellent infrastructure—a visit...
1579 Grafton St, Halifax, NS B3J 2C3, Canada
Halifax is in love with "eat local," and well they should be. With bounty from sea and land, it's a food lover's destination. The Stubborn Goat pairs big flavors with local and other craft beers in a friendly, relaxed environment. Should you tire...
2053 Gottingen Street, Halifax, NS B3K 3B2, Canada
One of Halifax's most progressive restaurants, Edna has an urban aesthetic, an artisanal cocktail list that would be very much at home in New York or San Francisco, and a minimalist menu that's representative of Nova Scotia. You might try the...
2534 Agricola St, Halifax, NS B3K 4C5, Canada
When your travel companion needs coffee but you're ready for a beer, the Lion & Bright is your answer. It's part café, part wine bar and open early to late; there's a small variety of things to eat, but you won't get any attitude if you just want...
1661 Argyle St, Halifax, NS B3J 2B5, Canada
It's rare that a clothing store elicits rave reviews from both men and women, but the Biscuit General Store has achieved just that. It goes beyond the outfit and has been making friends out of customers long before social media existed. A modern...
86 Queen St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4A7, Canada
Fantastic, colorful vibe, rich with old wood in a historic building from the 19th century in downtown Charlottetown. If you love oysters (they serve a variety from local bays on the island) and a flavorful cocktail, this needs to be on your list....
Charlottetown, PE, Canada
In the world’s second largest country by area, Prince Edward Island is the smallest province. (It’s a little smaller than Delaware, as a point of comparison.) The island may be little but it packs a big culinary punch. A green farm in the...
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