You can’t come to Halifax without popping over to Dartmouth for the afternoon or day to experience the cool, trendy vibes and restaurants.
If you haven’t read PART 1 of this series, a) what are you waiting for? And b) it’s time for PART 2! Here are 10 more great things to do in Dartmouth:
Restaurant | 98 Portland Street
Quickly becoming a favourite local lunch spot for many, Cafe 98 recently joined the growing number of Portland Street business.
This must-visit stop serves up tasty sandwiches, wraps, soups, and salads, plus a hot lunch options during the week from 7:30am to 4pm.
Boutique | 118 Portland Street
Lady Luck Boutique, also with a location in the Halifax Hydrostone Market, Lady Luck Boutique recently joined the Downtown Dartmouth crew with it’s fashionable lady’s apparel and accessories.
3 – The Canteen
Restaurant | 22 Portland Street
Simple, delicious and seasonally focused restaurant, The Canteen is now located in it’s new and beautiful 1,800 sq ft space on Portland Street.
The popular Dartmouth eatery continues to serve up chef-inspired farm fresh fare for lunch, brunch and dinner.
Seafood Restaurant | 2 Ochterloney Street (Located in Alderney Landing ferry terminal)
If you’ve come to the Halifax region in search of seafood, Evan’s Fresh Seafoods is where you need to eat.
A family owned and operated seafood company, the d’Entremont’s offer fresh, frozen and cooked products straight from Evan’s boat and processing plant in Pubnico, N.S.
5 – Bodega Boutique
Clothing Boutique | 104 Portland Street
Focused on only carrying Canadian and locally made clothes and accessories, Bodega Boutique is a carefully curated shop in Downtown Dartmouth you’ll instantly fall in love with.
Beer Bar & Restaurant + Growler Filling Station | 62 Ochterloney Street
15 taps of craft beer goodness and seasonal menu by chef, Mark Gray, Battery Park Beer Bar & Eatery in a Dartmouth destination you won’t want to miss.
Also, be sure to grab a growler on your way out from North Brewing Company’s—a Halifax-based microbrewery—growler filling station located in the front portion of Battery Park.
7 – Two if by Sea
Café | 66 Ochterloney Street
Two If By Sea Café embraces butter with delicious croissants and of course coffee.
Their indulgent mission is to: “provide treats heavenly enough to tempt even the staunchest coffee and pastry aficionado.”
8 – Anchored Coffee
Coffee Roaster | 70 Ochterloney Street
Anchored Coffee is a Canadian coffee roaster located next to Two If By Sea, and they are a match made in coffee heaven.
After you’ve grabbed a coffee from TIBS, as it’s known by locals, poke your head into Anchored Coffee to discover how your beans were roasted.
9 – Celtic Corner
Pub & Restaurant | 69 Alderney Drive
Celtic Corner is your traditional Irish pub with house made pies—try the Steak and Guinness Pie with the house salad—live maritime music, trivia and in the summer, Celtic Corner hands down has the best roof top patio in the Halifax region.
10 – Il Trullo Ristorante
Restaurant | 67 Kings Wharf Place
Fine Southern Italian dining by the sea, Il Trullo Ristorante is perfectly perched overlooking the Halifax Harbour at King’s Wharf.
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