Food & Drink in Halifax


Gojis Frozen Yogurt: CC$7 for CC$12 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Gojis Frozen Yogurt

C$7 for C$12 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Gojis Frozen Yogurt

Gojis Frozen Yogurt

Downtown Halifax

Customize probiotic-rich yogurt creations in a brightly colored cafe, with gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and vegan options available

C$12 C$7

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CherryBerry: Frozen Yogurt at CherryBerry (40% Off). Four Options Available.

Frozen Yogurt at CherryBerry (40% Off). Four Options Available.

CherryBerry

Multiple Locations

Choose from 21 froyo or dairy-free daily flavors such as watermelon sorbet, Nutella, orange creamsicle & customize with over 50 toppings

C$10 C$6

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Hiroshima Sushi Xpress: Dine-In or Take-Out Sushi at Hiroshima Sushi Xpress (Up to 40% Off)

Dine-In or Take-Out Sushi at Hiroshima Sushi Xpress (Up to 40% Off)

Hiroshima Sushi Xpress

South End

Chefs prepare dozens of sushi rolls using local ingredients, plus teriyaki dishes, udon soup, and even sushi pizza

C$20 C$12

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Clay West Bar & Grill: CC$11 for Burgers, Pizza, and Comfort Food for Two at Clay West Bar & Grill (CC$20 Value)

C$11 for Burgers, Pizza, and Comfort Food for Two at Clay West Bar & Grill (C$20 Value)

Clay West Bar & Grill

Clayton Park West

Peanut-butter-banana burger is one of several inventive grill selections; sandwiches, pizza, steak, and seafood are also available

C$20 C$11

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Lion's Head Tavern: Scottish Pub Food for Lunch, Brunch, or Dinner for Two, or Dinner for Four at Lion's Head Tavern (45% Off)

Scottish Pub Food for Lunch, Brunch, or Dinner for Two, or Dinner for Four at Lion's Head Tavern (45% Off)

Lion's Head Tavern

Halifax

Alexander Keith signature pub offers selection of poutines and steaks with bangers and mash, fish and chips, and shepherd's pie

C$20 C$11

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Taco Del Mar: CC$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for C$10 Worth of Mexican Food at Taco Del Mar (CC$30 Value)

C$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Mexican Food at Taco Del Mar (C$30 Value)

Taco Del Mar

Downtown Halifax

Fresh guacamole, huge burritos, baja tacos with lightly dusted haddock and more at restaurant with vegetarian and vegan options

C$10 C$6

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Cafe 101: Lunch or Dinner for Two or More People or Four or More People at Cafe 101 (Up to 53% Off)

Lunch or Dinner for Two or More People or Four or More People at Cafe 101 (Up to 53% Off)

Cafe 101

Dartmouth Centre

Local ingredients are highlighted in artistic, yet accessible dishes such as maple pork tenderloin or forest mushroom flatbread

C$35 C$17

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Sydelle's Deli: Deli Cuisine at Sydelle's Deli (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Deli Cuisine at Sydelle's Deli (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Sydelle's Deli

Bedford

Deli serves up dish that won Best Fish ‘N’ Chips in the HRM at the Fringe Festival in 2010 along with burgers and fresh-cut fries

C$20 C$12

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Petite Riviere Vineyards: Ultimate Vineyard and Winery Tour with Tasting for Two or Four at Petite Rivière Vineyards (Up to 42% Off)

Ultimate Vineyard and Winery Tour with Tasting for Two or Four at Petite Rivière Vineyards (Up to 42% Off)

Petite Riviere Vineyards

Crousetown

A Provence-esque winery in the hills of Nova Scotia’s breezy South Shore produces dry whites and reds for tour-goers to taste with snacks

C$50 C$29

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Goji's Frozen Yogurt-Bedford: CC$7 for CC$12 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Goji's Frozen Yogurt

C$7 for C$12 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Goji's Frozen Yogurt

Goji's Frozen Yogurt-Bedford

Bedford

Frozen yogurts, gelatos, sorbets, and smoothies in flavours such as Root Beer Float, Nutella, and No-Sugar-Added Boysenberry

C$12 C$7

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A Choice For Life: $36 for Level 1 Juice or Level 2 Veggie Detox Cleanse, Green-T-Fusion Fat-Burning Tea from A Choice for Life ($80 Value)

$36 for Level 1 Juice or Level 2 Veggie Detox Cleanse, Green-T-Fusion Fat-Burning Tea from A Choice for Life ($80 Value)

A Choice For Life

 

Powdered mixes aided by a healthy diet can helps users detoxify and improve liver function; a detox tea may help reduce excess fat

$80 $36

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Flirty Aprons: $15 for $30 Worth of Aprons, Bibs, and Kitchen Gloves from Flirty Aprons

$15 for $30 Worth of Aprons, Bibs, and Kitchen Gloves from Flirty Aprons

Flirty Aprons

 

More than 50 fashionable and funny aprons protect women, men, and kids from cooking spills

$30 $15

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Jus by Julie: One or Two Three-Day Juice Cleanses with Option for 12 Booster Shots from Jus by Julie (Up to 34% Off)

One or Two Three-Day Juice Cleanses with Option for 12 Booster Shots from Jus by Julie (Up to 34% Off)

Jus by Julie

 

Blended juices made fresh daily help rid bodies of toxins and give folks a fresh start; booster shots give a dose of energy and superfoods

$230 $159

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  • Pipa Restaurant
    Victoria and Luis Gaspar sought to introduce Atlantic Canada to new types of world cuisine by filling the menu at Pipa Restaurant + Bar with iconic Brazilian and Portuguese dishes. This distinctiveness helped earn it a spot on Where magazine's 2009 list of Canada's best new restaurants, as well as praise from Halifax Magazine, which has lauded the restaurant for being "something different on the downtown dining scene." The menu items' names may seem unfamiliar at first, but the flavours evoke a certain homey quality. The mains include hearty Brazilian stews such as feijoada, a blend of smoked meats and black beans that bears the honor of being Brazil's national dish. Appetizers incorporate Portuguese staples such as chouriço sausage and salt cod. The wine list complements these robust flavors with its selection of Portuguese wines, including crisp vinho verdes and bold reds from the Douro region's subterranean reservoirs of grape juice. Located within the historic Carleton building, which dates as far back as 1759, the restaurant combines modern and Old-World ambience, garnering the Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia's award for Best Design & Decor in 2010. Fireplaces and floorboards from reclaimed timber add a rustic vibe to the two dining rooms, but the atrium gets a bright, airy feel from its glass pyramid ceiling. Throughout the week, Pipa Restaurant + Bar hosts live Latin jazz or bossa nova bands, and salsa-dancing events help attendees pick up the dance's basic steps and competition-level hair tosses.
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    1685 Argyle St.
    Halifax, NS CA
  • Mezza- Halifax
    Comprising an upscale restaurant, several casual kitchens, and a catering team, Mezza wears a few different faces, but all of them are distinctly Lebanese. That is to say, they celebrate fresh seafood, vibrant veggies, and juicy meats, seasoned with olive oil, garlic, lemon, and herbs. At the Quinpool location, chefs craft hot and cold mezzet—small plates—such as baba ghanouj and Lebanese sausages, warming up appetites for lamb and beef kabobs served on plates piled with rice, potatoes, and seasonal produce. Servers help quell the spiciness of the accompanying chili sauce by pouring local beers, Lebanese wines, and colorfully potent cocktails directly into guests' mouths. On some nights, live music from the strings of a traditional oud wafts through the sleek but earthy space. As for Mezza's other locations, chicken shawarma and all-beef donair can be savored as late as 4 a.m. at the Barrington Street location. It can be sure of drawing a crowd even into the wee hours—Mezza perennially tops The Coast’s readers’ poll for Best Middle Eastern/Persian restaurant. Explaining its streak of wins in 2012, The Coast wrote: “It’s simple—the food is fresh, high quality and tasty.”
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    6386 Quinpool Rd
    Halifax, NS CA
  • Caribbean Twist
    The chefs at Caribbean Twist import near-meridian flavours all the way up the globe to Halifax with their spicy jerk chicken, stewed oxtail, and vegetarian curry potato roti wraps. The staff expects some confusion from those who are new to Caribbean food, but have taken measures to preemptively stave off any anxiety. They included a short FAQ section to the menu to answer such important basic questions as "What's ackee?," "Is everything hot and spicy?," and "What animal does oxtail come from?" Their insistence that every bite and sip be true to its Jamaican roots extends all the way to the dessert menu, which is drawn up by resident baker Fatima Adam. Fatima crafts all desserts in-house, including mango cheesecake, coconut cream pie, and basbousa, a sweet cornbread-like cake soaked in syrup. This commitment to crafting exotic dishes and fresh jamaican patties has earned Caribbean Twist an army of avid fans and awards, including Best Desserts Category for Eastlink Magazine's "Nova Scotia's Best" and their jerk chicken winning the 2011 North-End Community Cook-Off. When a zoning issue threatened to permanently close the café in 2010, these loyal patrons rose up and helped save the modest eatery.
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    3081 Gottingen St
    Halifax, NS CA
  • Seasons Lounge
    As Seasons by Atlantica's sous chef Brenan Madill says, "You are only as good as your last performance." Luckily he and Executive Chef Luis Clavel have put on plenty of award-winning productions. Madill's commendations include the 2012 title of Apex Junior Chef of the Year, whereas Clavel's countless awards earned him the opportunity to cook at the James Beard House on behalf of Atlantic Canada. The duo keep its performances great by updating classic dishes with unexpected twists. Instead of beef stew, their stew is studded with scallops, mussels, chorizo, and lobster, and their pan-seared strip loin is paired with a "chili" made from king mushrooms and potatoes. The meals are hearty, for sure, but guests would do well to save room for equally surprising desserts, such as a "lollipop" that's actually a brownie chunk dipped in chocolate. Atlantica has breakfast and lunch service as well, which is great considering that some people get hungry before sundown.
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    1980 Robie St.
    Halifax, NS CA
  • Old Fish Factory Restaurant
    Within a former fish-processing plant now incorporated into the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, The Old Fish Factory Restaurant & Ice House Bar slings seafood culled from the fresh catches of top local suppliers. As guests peer out onto the harbour from the dining room or inhale salty ocean air on the wharf-side patio, they can feast upon homemade seafood chowders or ale-battered fish 'n' chips as well as Canadian rib-eye steaks and vegetarian pastas. In addition to scenic views and succulent shellfish, a variety of events keeps regulars coming back for seconds. Thursday-night meetings of the Rum Club spark lively conversations about the beloved seafaring libation, and occasional live music enchants guests with toe-tapping rhythms and fiddlers that play with swordfish instead of bows.
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    68 Bluenose Dr
    Lunenburg, NS CA
  • Pizzadelic
    Pizzadelic’s chefs do not take their pizza-making duties lightly. Their mornings begin with the careful production of dough, which they assemble from scratch and diligently weigh for consistency. Next, they slice up fresh vegetable and meat toppings as pans of their flavourful housemade sauce simmer on the stove. When pizza orders begin to roll in, the skilled cooks stretch out their dough by hand, fold it into an elaborate origami falcon, and stretch it out again before scattering it with a generous layer of pure mozzarella cheese. The chefs apply equally high standards when approaching the rest of their menu, which includes plump donair sandwiches, a regional variation of the gyro that features beef instead of lamb and sweet sauce in place of tzatziki. Hand-battered haddock and freshly prepared chicken wings make the menu more well-rounded than a family of soccer balls.
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    7 Langbrae Dr.
    Halifax, NS CA

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