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313 Prince Albert Road, Dartmouth, NS, CA, B2Y 1N3

  • Phone: (902) 469-5850
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4.5 out of 5 (49 reviews)
94% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Bars & Cafes

    »Nectar Social House

    Couture and Haute dining have a new name in Dartmouth: Nectar Social House. This bar and restaurant offers a scintillating and stimulating experience to those who like to dine in style, but not burn a hole in the wallet. The elegantly designed eatery also has a lounge area where you can gingerly sip the intoxicating house cocktails, martinis, and wines offered here. The food is a rich mix of seafood and contemporary meat and vegetable dishes. You can try their delicious and juicy Lobster Crepes, Lobster Phyllo or Seared Halibut, which are all local delicacies sprinkled with international influences. Vegetarians will also find something worthwhile here, but there aren't too many veggie options so you will have to choose from a handful.

    62 Ochterloney Street
    Dartmouth, NS B2Y 1C2

    »Salty's Restaurant

    No matter where you sit, inside or out, upstairs or down it's bright and cheerful at Salty's Restaurant, and the views are memorable. Housed in a beautifully renovated building that juts out into the harbor, Salty's fresh-air patio is open from May-September. The downstairs menu features lighter meals, like the vegetarian wrap, a mixture of smoked Gouda, lettuce, tomato and vegetables served with a house salad. Upstairs, the fare is a bit lusher. The chicken supreme filled with spinach and cheese, swordfish or shark steaks (when available), and poached or broiled Atlantic salmon. The restaurant opens at 11:30a daily.

    1869 Upper Water Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 1S9

    »Fife & Drum Pub

    What could be better than visiting a traditional Scottish pub that not only has an extensive drinks menu, but also great pub meals and a warm and friendly atmosphere? That's if that pub is also located in an extremely beautiful and luxurious waterfront setting! And that's exactly what you can expect if you visit the Fife & Drum Pub housed within the posh Halifax Marriott Harborfront Hotel. The pub also features live entertainment every Friday and Saturday. So grab a Heineken, gorge on some Deep Fried Pepporoni, Jack's Steak Quesadilla, and Pulled Pork Sliders while you have a merry time with your mates when you visit this pub.   

    1919 Upper Water Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 3J5

    »The Lower Deck

    The Lower Deck is a very popular bar with the locals and tourists. It comes highly recommended as far as live entertainment goes. It not only has the some of best live Celtic entertainment seven nights a week, but the ambiance is friendly and upbeat. It's not a surprise that it is always packed to the brim. It has a fine blend of the young and the not so young. Customers mainly flock here for beer, music, comedy and a chilled out night to remember.

    1869 Upper Water Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 1S9

    »Stayner's Wharf

    If your perfect idea of a great evening is listening to lilting music in an outdoor setting, then head straight for Stayner's Wharf. The jazz performances at this venue, are what has earned Stayner's Wharf its reputation of being a hub for jazz enthusiasts from all over the city. At Stayner's Wharf there are music performances by both well-established artists as well as local favorites. Apart from enjoying the music, make sure you also sample some of the delectable seafood and steak dishes offered at this place. There is also an indoor seating area where the bar is situated.

    5075 George Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 3R6

    »Split Crow Pub

    The Split Crow, a popular pub with a good selection of beer and great food, has been on the go for more than a quarter of a century, though it was located at first on Walter Streets. Prices for a meal are quite reasonable. Sit outside in the warmer months and watch the people scurry by. There's live music every night of the week, and Saturday afternoon matinees with some of the best talent around.

    1855 Granville Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 1Y1


    Escargot is not really considered seafood in Halifax, and this restaurant in the Citadel Hotel, is one of a few that offers the delicious little mollusks. Those seeking lighter fare will be pleasantly surprised by the lobster salad which contains lobster meat and fresh sliced mango atop exotic greens. Heartier eaters will find lamb Evangeline a treat which is essentially a boneless rack of lamb on a bed of spinach. The room at botaniCa Restaurant and Lounge sports tablecloths with warm earth tones under subdued lighting. Comfort is the key here and the serving staff is alert and friendly.

    1960 Brunswick Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 2G7

    »Old Triangle Irish Alehouse

    A popular brunch, dinner and drinking spot, the Old Triangle Irish Alehouse serves up a combination of traditional British and Irish pub grub as well as burgers, seafood platters and numerous vegetarian options. British, Irish and Canadian brews are on tap and the bar is open extra late most nights. Every night, there is live music from local bands and often Irish dancing on Sunday afternoons. Check the website for up-to-date performance listings.

    5136 Prince Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 1L4

    »Highlife Cafe

    Here is a great little place for a meal, from breakfast to dinner. The decor invites exploration and you'll be hopping up from the table now and then for a closer look at the drums, or perhaps or the beautiful suit for sale and hanging in the corner. The food is delicious African cuisine that will transport you straight to the deserts of the continent even while in the chilly weather of Canada. Try the curried chicken and beef stew or, for the vegetarians, plantain and rice. Portions are generous and the fire from the hot sauce can be quenched with a bit of mango juice if you go overboard.

    2011 Gottingen Street
    Halifax, NS B3K 3B1

    »The Five Fishermen Restaurant & Grill

    Close to all major downtown hotels and five seconds away from the World Trade and Convention Center, the Five Fishermen Restaurant & Grill has several seafood specialties that set it apart. They also do chicken and steaks and feature some excellent desserts like Maple Berries and Blueberry and Marscarpone Tian. The nautical setting, with its painted carvings of fishermen, lots of brick walls adorned with lobster traps and a fireplace, is cozy and welcoming. This place has one of the largest wine cellars in the city. Hours to the restaurant are mentioned.

    1740 Argyle Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 2W1

    »The Company House

    The Company House opened in January 2009 and has already gained an impetus in the live music entertainment scene in the North End area of Halifax. With a capacity of 150 people, this venue is the place to visit if you want to check out performances by well-known bands, upcoming local musicians, or even top notch North American bands. Owned and managed by Mary-Ann Daye, this place is a haven for all music enthusiasts in the city. The Company House is open from Wednesdays to Saturday from 2p onwards. This place also serves herbal tea and fair trade coffee in the afternoons, and a variety of drinks in the evenings. There's also a small, but tastefully selected menu of Mediterranean and Italian cuisine to gorge on when you visit The Company House. Call for additional information. 

    2202 Gottingen Street
    Halifax, NS B3K 3B4

    »The Press Gang

    The Press Gang, a one-time private mansion, is now a friendly and lively meeting place for the after-work and late-dining crowd, just a couple of blocks up from the waterfront. The paella which is a savory, is a mixture of saffron rice with sherry and shellfish, sausage and red bell peppers is the best in town. The Grilled salmon with caviar and cream is to die for. They also offer two set menus. There's a fine wine cellar and an oyster bar. Call for more information.

    5218 Prince Street
    Halifax, NS B3J 3X4
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