Halifax

Native Haligonians are, by nature, a convivial lot. Factor in the seafaring types any thriving port attracts and a large contingent of students, and you’ll see why this is such a sociable city. Because of the premium put on fun, it can sometimes be difficult to draw the line between dining and entertainment options. In many case
Native Haligonians are, by nature, a convivial lot. Factor in the seafaring types any thriving port attracts and a large contingent of students, and you’ll see why this is such a sociable city. Because of the premium put on fun, it can sometimes be difficult to draw the
Native Haligonians are, by nature, a convivial lot. Factor in the seafaring types any thriving port attracts and a large

Native Haligonians are, by nature, a convivial lot. Factor in the seafaring types any thriving port attracts and a large contingent of students, and you’ll see why this is such a sociable city. Because of the premium put on fun, it can sometimes be difficult to draw the line between dining and entertainment options. In many cases, whether an establishment functions primarily as a restaurant or club depends on your definition—and the time of day.

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  • 1. Bearly's House of Blues and Ribs

    Music Clubs

    This dimly lit tavern's name gives music and food equal billing, but the outstanding blues artists the place books makes clear where its loyalty...Read More

  • 2. Casino Nova Scotia

    Casinos

    Right on the waterfront, the casino has a full range of gaming tables and hundreds of slots, and is open around the clock in summer. There's...Read More

  • 3. Old Triangle

    Music Clubs

    A traditional Irish alehouse, the Old Triangle reels in patrons with better-than-average pub food and pints of Guinness, then keeps them fixated...Read More

  • 4. Reflections Cabaret

    Dance Clubs

    Consider this an alternative alternative. Though it started out as a gay hangout, Reflections is better described as a "no labels, everyone...Read More

  • 5. Seahorse Tavern

    Music Clubs

    Now in a great new location, with the Marquee Ballroom upstairs, the Seahorse continues to draw an eclectic indie crowd for late-night music...Read More

  • 6. The Split Crow

    Music Clubs

    Halifax's oldest watering hole (its earliest incarnation opened in 1749) has an old-time ambience and a full menu heavy on finger foods and...Read More

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