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Reflections Cabaret

5184 Sackville Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

1 (902) 422-2957

Reflections Cabaret Welcome to Halifax's Hottest dance club... Ref's... events including beat-pounding international and local DJ's, live rock nights, drag shows, and community events. Voted best place to dance 12 years in a row, best nightclub 3 years in a row, and best party venue 3 years in a row in Halifax's original free weekly [more]

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Old Triangle

5136 Prince St, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

902-492-4900

Our name is perhaps, most associated with a song "The Old Triangle," in Brendan Behan's famous play "The Quare Fellow." However this Old Triangle remembers an ancient time when a grouping of three, or triad, was a symbol of good luck. Our emblem, the Celtic knot, not only harkens back to a distant past, but also parallels the symbolism found in a [more]

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Onyx Cocktail Lounge

5680 Spring Garden Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

902 428 5680

Welcome to the ONYX ONYX has been voted one of the ten best new restaurants in Canada for 2004. This Spring Garden Road restaurant melds comfortable and sexy surroundings, boasting a backlit bar made of onyx. The kitchen offers sharing platters and a two- or three-course Prix Fixe menu, which changes weekly. Executive Chef Tahir Salamat's [more]

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Peddler`s Pub

Granville street, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

(902)423-5033

With a warm, inviting atmosphere, friendly staff live entertainment and tonnes of other amenities, Peddler''s is the perfect spot to stop for great food and fun times! Live Entertainment... In addition to various scheduled live bands and entertainment, Peddler''s is proud to host the Saturday afternoon matinee with Kenny & Alex & The Swell [more]

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Women in Motion NYE Dinner and Dance

1980 Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

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Wine and Beer Reception for Hotel Guests 3-6pm Buffett Dinner with Chefs Favs Dance tunes and light show - DJ MAster Champagne and Dessert Bar at Midnight Party Favs 1000 Gift Basket Draw Price - 69.00 PP - Dinner and Dance Price - 29.00 PP - Dance Only 7:30pm - 1:00am Holiday Inn Select, Robie Street Halifax All women welcome [more]

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Your Father`s Moustache

5686 Spring Garden Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

902.423.6766

Hopping anytime, the Moustache is most alive on Saturday afternoon. When Joe Murphy and his Water Street Blues Band take the stage, you will simply have to dance. Serving a vast array of foreign beers, good and filling food, (burgers, chicken wings, deep fried zucchini, nachos and the like) the bar also has a pool table, video trivia, and closed [more]

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The Split Crow Pub

1855 Granville Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

902 422 4366

The Split Crow The Split Crow Story... On July 17th, 1749, Governor Cornwallis granted a license to sell Beer and Liquor to a Mr. John Shippey. This was the first liquor license to be issued in New Scotland, (now Nova Scotia). John Shippey named his tavern The Spread Eagle as its sign was taken from the German coat of arms, The Double Eagle. [more]

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Seven Wine Bar

1579 Grafton St., Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

902.444.4777

Modelled after the chic spots of New York and San Francisco, Seven is a new dining experience for Metro and a haven for lovers of the grape. It features 62 wines by the glass (and three types of champagne) along with a wine list boasting more than 500 different names. The menu's scope is global, with dishes from Spain, Malta, Thailand and beyond. [more]

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The Economy Shoe Shop

1663 Argyle Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

902 423 7463

In any other city, a downtown sign reading The Economy Shoe Shop would signal an establishment that could maybe refurbish your sole. In Halifax that same sign will lead you to a place that can feed and water your soul – no small distinction. And “distinctive” is a word that comes easily to mind once you enter the now-famous Argyle Street [more]