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Famous for its excellent seafood, Halifax is an epicurean's delight. New England clam chowder, Old English style fish and chips, Atlantic salmon, and of course lobster, is served 'dockside' in many local dining establishments.

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Metro's Best Seafood
When Haligonians play host to out of town visitors, where do they take their guests for great seafood? Read the article and vote for your favourite restaurant!

Known for having an excellent menu and one of the best views of the Halifax skyline bar none, MacAskill's honours the famous Cape Breton giant, Angus MacAskill. Located at the Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, so check out the view from the web cam!

Velvet Olive
Here's a nicely done web site for a great Halifax restaurant. The Velvet Olive is well known for its award winning martinis, special Thai dishes and its atmosphere, with live bands, top DJs and art installations making up the ecclectic mix.

Brewdebakers in Dartmouth
One page says it all. If you know the address, you know where to find some of the best service in town. Good food and a wide a selection of Maritime brews, all served with a big smile. Adjoins the brewery so find a window seat to watch the action 'inside'.

Crawdad's Crab Shack and Oyster Bar
The motto of "Crawdad's Crab Shack and Oyster Bar" is "incredible seafood". Crawdad's is a Louisiana style crab shack with all the amenities i.e. oysters in special sauces, crawfish etouffee, lobster and more.

Diner's Choice - Site of the Week
The Halifax Herald's restaurant database lets you search hundreds of Nova Scotian restaurants by location, type of food, and style of restaurant.

Granite Brewery
For your brewing pleasure. Everything you ever wanted to know about beer. Great food too.

For a great late night snack, try Duffy's Speakeasy for Lunenburg County clam chowder or Nova Scotia mussels steamed to perfection. Nightclub fare.

Spicy Manhattan Fish Chowder
Recipe of the month from the Inn on the Lake

Taste of Nova Scotia
Halifax is known for its great seafood restaurants and a tradition of fine dining, dating back centuries. Look for the Taste of Nova Scotia award logo in local establishments.

Vegetarian Fare
Veg Dining offers reviews of three vegan restaurants in Supercity.

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