Nova Scotia Pub


9 Vancouver Pubs with Delicious Food

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Traditional greasy pub food gets old fast. If you're craving a beer, or four, but don't want to settle for the regular stuff, head to one of these bars that care about food as much as you do.

  • The Charles Bar

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    The Charles Bar is an innovator of bar food. They have everything offered at a traditional pub, but they've put a modern spin on it all. Nothing is average here.

  • The Wicklow

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    The kitchen and unbeatable location make up for some spotty service. If you're not rush, stroll over to the Wicklow and enjoy this great ocean view.

  • Bitter Tasting Room

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    After a long night of beer tasting, a little bit of this mouthwatering menu is needed to satisfy the stomach. All you can eat tacos on Tuesdays for $12. Not Bad.

  • Six Acres

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    This quaint bar in the heart of Gastown is nostalgic of the English countryside. All items are simple on the surface, but have some depth to the ingredients; like these fries.

  • Red Card Sports Bar

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    Most sports bars have defrosted, greasy food, but Red Card at The Moda Hotel has risen above the standard to give us chic items like salmon or chicken on a baguette.

  • Score on Davie

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    The Score won a People's Choice Awards 2014 bronze medal for their brunch. If you miss out, they have meals in a caesar and are now making nachos with Doritos… Why isn't this an option everywhere.

  • Alibi Room

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    Alibi Room is on the edge of Gastown, but worth the trip out. You can hangout here for hours trying various beers and food. Order fries because they have an amazing house-made ketchup.

  • BierCraft

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    There's more than just great beer here; there's great food. Some unique items too like mussels, oysters, and a braised beef mac & cheese.

  • Famous Warehouse

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    Okay, maybe it's not the highest quality, but when the price competes with McDonalds, you shouldn't complain. Trust the food will taste decent and equals the quality of most overpriced bars.

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The Seahorse Tavern

1665 Argyle Street, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

423-7200

The Seahorse Tavern is the oldest Tavern in a city full of old Taverns. Always being the hub of the Halifax Downtown social life, the Seahorse proudly lives on as one of the hottest stages for live acts both local and from abroad. Aside from the 250 person capacity we also have some of the best pub food in town. Just recently totally rennovated [more]

Lower Deck

1869 Upper Water Street, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

902 425-1501

Lower Deck Lower Deck located on the prestigious waterfront in Downtown Halifax. This restaurant/pub turns into one of the livest places every night. Lower deck is located in the historical properties in Downtown Halifax. Check out our website for the latest events and live bands playing: www.lowerdeck.ca   [more]

Lion’s Head Tavern

5833 Sullivan St, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

902 455-0181

After opening its doors to the trade in January 1971, the Lion's Head Tavern quickly established itself as a leading food and beverage emporium in Halifax. It became well known throughout Halifax for good food and good times. The Lion's Head has been a leader in its community as the first licensed establishment to be built in the North End [more]

Victory Arms Pub

1515 South Park Street, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

Nip in for a visit to Old England.in New World Halifax. Victory Arms Pub-which is actually much more than a pub-is nestled in the front corner of the historic Lord Nelson Hotel, it provides an experience unique to all Halifax bars, restaurants, and pubs. Across the street from the glorious 16-acre Halifax Public Gardens, and only a heartbeat away [more]

The Gorsebrook Lounge

First Floor Student Centre, Sa, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

(902) 496-8712

A newly renovated campus pub at Saint Mary's University(Halifax) with more then 30 years of tradition. The Gorsebrook is best known for its Wednesday Open Mics and Thursday Nights with a live DJ. [more]

The Mercury Club

5221 Sackville St, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

If you''re into great DJ talent with excellent taste in music then The Mercury Club is the place to be for your night out. The lighting, the quality of the music, and the atmosphere is great. The Bartenders are quick and customer friendly. The Mercury has a shooter bar available for those more daring! If you''re ready to party the night away [more]

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]

Your Father`s Moustache

5686 Spring Garden Road, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

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]