For more than 18 years, Waves Seafood and Grill has used only the finest ocean specimens to fill its menu. Blending seafood and casual dining fare, its appetizers include such dishes as flash-fried calamari and potato skins. Main courses include seafood combos that pair haddock with clams, scallops, or shrimp, as well as clam platters that feature whole Digby clams hand dipped in Waves’ special batter. Waves encourages everyone to indulge in its Spoil Yourself menu, which showcases seafood delights such as the Fishermen’s Platter—a combination of haddock, scallops, shrimp, and clams deep fried in Waves’ batter.
For diners who prefer land-dwelling fare, a robust burger menu offers 6-ounce handmade patties paired with savoury toppings. Charlotte, Waves’ resident baker, also hand makes the eatery’s desserts, which include offerings such as lemon meringue pie, apple pie à la mode, and key-lime cheesecake.
The heat that emanates from an open-flame grill warms Ryan Duffy?s Steak & Seafood?s kitchen, where chefs grill steaks in seven different styles?from the flame-caressed ?blue rare? to the gently charred ?well done.? Winning a Consumer Choice Halifax award for Fine Dining for the past four years in a row, the restaurant's mission to plate the perfect steak begins long before each tender slice of meat hits the flame. The succulent flavour in each bite of the AAA tenderloins and Alberta AAA striploins comes from dry-aging them in a climate-controlled chamber for 28 days. Once the steaks have matured enough, staff members cut, weigh, and cook them before serving them, with the charred exteriors and warm, red centres standing out among the dining room?s white linen tablecloths.
Hailed as the place to go for the Best Cheap Drinks by the readers of The Coast, Oasis Pub and Eatery attracts sports fans with $10 pitchers of beer and a whole bunch of big screen TVs showing all the major sports and UFC fights. Over plates of chicken wings, burgers, or poutine layered with thin slices of King of Donair–licensed meat, friends gather together for weekly events such as open-mic nights, karaoke, and live music.
The covered patio of The Finer Diner overlooks fishing and sail boats drifting across St. Margaret's Bay. Diners may dig into fresh seafood dishes such as lobster club sandwiches, fish cakes, and fish and chips while watching the sunset or gazing at the original artwork adorning the walls.
Enjoy our innovative menu showcasing the best of local flavors and our carefully selected fresh ingredients, incorporating organic elements where possible. The Rum Runner Inn & Restaurant is dedicated to providing a unique dining experience complete with local wines and a breath taking view of the home of the Bluenose.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the town of Lunenburg traces its lineage back to the mobile peoples of Germany, Switzerland, and the Montbéliard region of France. Early settlers found the area's picturesque waters teeming with silver-skinned quarry; they quickly began to cast their lines, and they haven’t stopped since. Today, the town maintains its legacy as a North American fishing mecca and entices tourists with the small-town charm of historical Cape architecture. In addition to the brightly hued houses clad in shades of orange, lemon, and fire-truck red, the local vibe is colored by romantic horse-drawn carriage rides, fresh seafood restaurants, and nearly 200 specialty shops and art galleries. Lunenburg Harbour Port plays host to a revolving showcase of majestic tall ships, many of which were erected and christened by the town’s legendary shipbuilders. Although the ships in the port vary by date and season, visitors often have the opportunity to photograph and board some of the tall ships in dock.