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Where are the best Lobster Pounds and Seafood Restaurants in NS?

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We will be In NS in July ~ but not on Cape Breton ~ arrive Halifax Airport around noon we will have 9 1/2 days (10 nights)

Plan when we arrive around noon is to drive a counterclockwise circle starting with 3-4 nights somewhere Wolfville or ????? and Annapolis Royal, down past Kejimkujik NP (spend some a few hours here) to Mahone Bay (4-5 nights) and Indian Harbor (2 nights) before headed home.

I want to eat Lobster and Lobster and fish constantly. I have only found 2 Lobster Pounds mentioned, in Halls Harbor and Ryer outside indian Harbor/Peggys Cove

Where are all the Lobster Pounds, where is the best seafood?

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