Coffee & Treats in Dartmouth


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  • The Kind Cookie
    The Kind Cookie's team of crafty confectioners churns out sweet smells and an assortment of vegan and gluten-free baked goods, such as cookies, cupcakes, and bars. Expert bakers blend almond flour with vegan semisweet chips by throwing the mixture into their oversized hats and jumping on a trampoline before baking the dough into golden-brown chocolate-chip cookies ($1.75 for one, $5 for three). Meanwhile, gingersnaps look on jealously as milk-chocolate cupcakes ($3), chocolate-chip coconut bars ($2), and donuts ($2.25) spring from the oven to win over sweet teeth. The Kind Cookie's team of crackerjack cookie constructors craft their delectable confections with many organic ingredients, including grapeseed oil and 100% preservative-free coconut sugar packed with vitamins B and C.
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    2 Ochterloney Street
    Dartmouth, NS CA
  • Erin's Sweets 'N' Things
    Chef Erin Smith calls baking her yoga—it's what gives her balance. By launching Erin's Sweets 'N' Things, she took the first step in realizing her dream of owning a bakery and now totes her made-from-scratch baked goods to Alderney Landing Farmers' Market every Saturday morning. There, visitors fix their eyes on her variety of equally photogenic and delicious pastries, such as double chocolate-chip mint cookies, habanero biscuits, and blueberry muffins. Erin also arranges special orders and delivery for her pastries, cakes, and cupcakes to select areas throughout the HRM, and happily works with customers to meet their dessert visions.
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    546 Sackville Dr.
    Lower Sackville, NS CA
  • Giggles Ice Cream
    Root beer. Cotton candy. Black walnut. German chocolate. These are among the nearly 70 ice-cream flavours at Giggles Ice Cream, where such unique scoops fulfill their destinies tumbling into cones, cups, sundaes, and milkshakes. The team inside the bright yellow-and-green ice-cream stand can also mix and match a customer's favourite flavours into a customized concoction or whittle them into an ephemeral hat. Guests craving smokier snacks can feast on barbecued sausages, hot dogs, or burgers stuffed with ingredients such as mushrooms, chilies, and cheese curds. Along with fresh cut PEI fries, Giggles' staff crafts seven varieties of poutine with toppings such as diced barbecued hot dog, stuffing, and perogies.
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    42 Canal St.
    Dartmouth, Nova Scotia CA
  • The Wired Monk Coffee Bistro
    Like European cafes, The Wired Monk sends out steaming mugs of Old World?roasted coffee, which guests sip surrounded by original works of art, a toasty fireplace, and people confidently taking geography quizzes. But unlike the cafes of Vienna or Paris, where space is at a premium, The Wired Monk's cafes find room for a full kitchen to prepare breakfast and lunch. Yet even with all the extras, the coffee is the star at The Wired Monk.
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    5147 Morris Street
    Halifax, NS CA
  • Ciboulette
    Ciboulette's menu changes daily, and informs expectant diners of the palate-punching possibilities inherent in a variety of breakfast and lunch dishes, which are derived from local ingredients and constructed in-house. Morning meal-goers can mull over a cup of red rose tea ($1.25) before introducing incisors to a hearty vegetarian breakfast wrap—a tortilla-contained soirée of scrambled egg swirling amid melted cheddar and spiced potatoes, supplemented by a side of salsa and guacamole ($4). Paninis approach eaters in shades of ham, brie, and spinach on apricot-hazelnut bread or featuring chili-braised pulled pork with chipotle mayo, tomato, and cheddar ($6.95). Those averse to ambient heat can coddle a cold sandwich such as the traditional egg salad, classic chicken salad, or the established and rather haughty Earl ($5.50).
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    1541 Barrington Street
    Halifax, NS CA
  • Java Blend Coffee Ltd
    Established in 1938, Java Blend is a small-batch family-owned roastery and café located in the heart of Halifax. Like a reclusive film director, Java Blend has accumulated decades of experience resulting in an avalanche of accolades, including the Krups Kup of Excellence award for best espresso in Halifax. Java Blend sources fair trade and sustainable beans for its eclectic collection of coffees, including six original blends, which, like an insult comic stuck in an infinite loop, are roasted fresh each day. Snag a bag of fair-trade-certified Organic Mexican Nubes de Oro ($11/lb.) for a medium-bodied morning brew with vanilla and caramel notes, or explore new terrain with a batch of earthy Organic Northender Blend ($12/lb.).
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    6027 North Street
    Halifax, NS CA

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