Spring Gar­den

Turk­ish de­lights, cre­ative cock­tails, craft beer and the city’s best pa­tios en­er­gize this neigh­bour­hood at all hours.

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ALEX OH SUSHI & ROLLS

Dish­ing out tra­di­tional Ja­panese fare, with Euro­pean-style plating— Alex Oh made sushi in Korea, Ja­pan, Thai­land and Toronto be­fore mak­ing the move to Hal­i­fax to open his own res­tau­rant. With a menu fo­cussed on sushi, sashimi and rolls, house­made sauces, fresh seafood and artis­tic pre­sen­ta­tion, Alex Oh Sushi & Rolls isn’t just another sushi joint. 1589 Dres­den Row, 902-405-7789

AN­NIE’S PLACE CAFE

An­nie’s Place of­fers a quiet respite from the busy down­town shop­ping dis­trict. Ideal for a quick bite, sweet­tooth fix or light lunch, choose from in­ex­pen­sive daily spe­cials or the all-day break­fast. In early 2011 An­nie’s moved from its Birm­ing­ham Street lo­ca­tion up to Queen. 1592b Queen Street, 902-420-0098

THE ARMS PUB­LIC HOUSE

The Lord Nel­son boasts a proper Bri­tish pub­lic house, with bloody bril­liant decor and a menu chock-full of good eats in­spired by our cousins across the pond. The brunch op­tions are ex­ten­sive—with a lit­tle clot­ted cream, duck fat-cooked pota­toes, an In­dian omelette and other gems. Lord Nel­son Ho­tel, 1515 South Park Street, 902-420-9781

BACKOOS KOREAN TOGO

A true hid­den gem (for now), here you’ll find cheap and de­li­cious Korean take-out, like cup-sized bi bim bap, Korean fried chicken and dumplings. 1360 Birm­ing­ham Street, 902-423-2004

BLACK SHEEP RES­TAU­RANT

Brunch all day, drinks and made­from-scratch, world-in­flu­enced small plates into the night, the Black Sheep is the brain­child of chefs John House and Dave Wood­ley. 1569 Dres­den Row, 902-406-6856

BRENTON RES­TAU­RANT

A plethora of Per­sian and North Amer­i­can dishes are plated side by side along with a kid’s carte du jour, buf­fet menu and cater­ing com­pany to boot. Sure as shisha you’ll have a have a good time in the sec­ond floor hookah lounge af­ter an all-em­brac­ing (and coma-in­duc­ing) meal of fish cakes, br­uschetta and ke­babs. 5677 Brenton Place, 902-406-0506

BUBBA RAY’S SPORTS BAR

Here’s what you need to know: Rea­son­ably priced pitch­ers of Coors Light and Cana­dian and on Thurs­day Night Wing Night, chicken wings are 49 cents each. There are six dif­fer­ent kinds of wings and 60 plus sauces, in­clud­ing ap­ple but­ter and mango chipo­tle, with hot­ness at its most ex- treme: ar­maged­don. If you are a sports fan, pre­pare for the on­slaught of dozens of screens. 5650 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-405-4344

EFES TURK­ISH CUI­SINE

If you’re into fresh, qual­ity Mediter­ranean food then take note. This lit­tle res­tau­rant, for­merly known as Cafe Istanbul, is tucked away but packs a punch. Stay for the mas­sive por­tions or, stay be­cause you’ll be too stuffed to move any­where fast). What more could you pos­si­bly want? It’s a Turk­ish de­light! 5986 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-405-4028

CHA BAA THAI RES­TAU­RANT, HAL­I­FAX

I just want to make peo­ple say ‘wow!’” re­ported Wen Prathumma, co-owner, res­tau­rant dec­o­ra­tor and head chef of pop­u­lar Thai res­tau­rant Cha Baa. And since it opened in the sum­mer of 2007, that’s what we have been say­ing: Wow, wow, wow. A full Thai menu is avail­able, as well as take­out. 1546 Queen Street, 902-406-3008

CHATIME

The first Hal­i­fax lo­ca­tion of the Chatime chain, owned by the large Tai­wanese food com­pany La Kaffa In­ter­na­tions serves up smooth­ies, juice and bub­ble tea 1480 Brenton Street, 902-406-9939

CORA, HAL­I­FAX

The beloved Cana­dian break­fast and lunch place shines in this down­town lo­ca­tion, as in the oth­ers around town. It’s the piles of fresh fruit, the large por­tions and the se­lec­tion of healthy, rea­son­ably priced dishes that keep them com­ing back. 1535 Dres­den Row, 902-490-2672

CURRY VIL­LAGE

Curry Vil­lage is a re­laxed In­dian res­tau­rant and city favourite. Hit it up for ex­ten­sive curry op­tions, birya­nis, roti, breads, sagg and other tra­di­tional eats. Com­fort food to dine in, or to pick up on your way home. Car­ni­vores and her­bi­vores alike will be sat­is­fied. 1569 Dres­den Row, 902-429-5010

DAVIDSTEA

Started by David Se­gal in Mon­treal in 2008, DAVIDSTEA now has lo­ca­tions all over Canada, sell­ing scads of loose teas in clev­erly named flavours, as well as ac­ces­sories. 5486 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-422-7617

EFENDY TURK­ISH & MEDITER­RANEAN GRILL

With an aim of of­fer­ing af­ford­able, healthy eat­ing, own­ers Altin Be­golli and Ali Sim­sek (former chef at Cafe Istanbul) teamed up to open Efendy. It’s all char­coal grill all the time here, where the food is fresh (never frozen or fried) and the ke­babs are king. 1569 Dres­den Row, 902-444-8064

THE FICKLE FROG PUB

An up-ca­sual pub, fea­tur­ing fresh sal­ads, pas­tas, burg­ers and an ex­ten­sive pizza menu as well as great beers, cock­tails, mar­ti­nis and wines. With gluten-free pasta and pizza avail­able as well as veg­e­tar­ian op­tions, this re­ally is a hang­out most ev­ery­one can en­joy. 5675 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-429-9999

THE FIRE­SIDE BAR/RES­TAU­RANT

Mon­days be­long to the Fire­side, with its crowd-pleas­ing mar­tini spe­cials and cre­ative twists on pub favourites, plus shar­ing plates, more up­scale en­trees and tempt­ing desserts. 1542 Birm­ing­ham Street, 902-423-5995

FOR­BID­DEN CITY RES­TAU­RANT

Clas­sic din­ner Cana­dian-chi­nese com­bi­na­tions, au­then­tic Chi­nese dishes and un­for­get­table flavours that’ll trans­port you to north­ern China with just one bite. 1518 Dres­den Row, 902-425-1818

GLUTEN-FREE EATERY & COFFEEBAR

Just a short trip up the es­ca­la­tors to­wards from Pete’s is a 100 per­cent gluten-free cafe, with food all pre­pared in a gluten-free kitchen. The restau- rant uses lo­cal favourites School­house Gluten-free Gourmet and Odell’s Gluten Free prod­ucts to of­fer three types of sand­wiches, as well as sal­ads, soups and pas­tries. City Cen­tre At­lantic, 1535 Dres­den Row

GOJI’S FROZEN YO­GURT

Give this Monc­ton-based froyo bar a swirl. Serve up a healthy help­ing of the cold stuff, and then bury it in all of your favourite sweet top­pings. 5486 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-429-9897

HABANEROS MOD­ERN TACO BAR

The third lo­ca­tion of Bill Pratt’s Mex­i­can-in­spired, feel-good resto, where tacos, na­chos, que­sadil­las and fu­sion dishes show­case lo­cal food and cre­ative think­ing in the kitchen. 1551 South Park Street, 902-406-9939

HAPPY GAR­DEN CHI­NESE RES­TAU­RANT

It might look a lot like its former ten­ant Mr. Chang’s, but it’s not. Happy Gar­den of­fers the same the eat-in or take-out at­ti­tude though, of­fer­ing up fresh and flavour­ful Chi­nese eats and some Szechuan heat too. It’s a huge menu, loaded with noo­dles and sueys and com­bos ga­lore. 1304 Birm­ing­ham Street, 902-423-8882

HAPPY VEAL HOT POT

Nestled into the first floor of South Park Street’s tow­er­ing Park Vic apart­ment build­ing, Happy Veal spe­cial­izes in the hot pot—an amaz­ing build-your-own-soup ad­ven­ture, per­fect for large groups and cold nights —but also nail dishes like dumplings, steam buns and Chi­nese pork burg­ers.it’ll only take one trip to win you over. 1333 South Park Street, 902-423-2777

HIGH LIFE SO­CIAL CLUB

Not your or­di­nary source for tea and cook­ies, High Life serves up hot drinks with a side of vapour lounge. This cannabis-friendly space is a mem­bers-only hang­out that serves up caffien­ated bev­er­ages and rents vapour bags and glass­ware. 5982 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-420-0055

HONG YUN CHI­NESE RES­TAU­RANT

Au­then­tic and Cana­dian Chi­nese food, cour­tesy of hus­band-and-wife team Sui Fang and Gigi Yu. 5677 Brenton Place, 902-425-8276

HUMANI-T CAFE

Bright and sleek with a lean to­ward the ca­sual, Humani-t Cafe’s down­town lo­ca­tion pro­vides a taste of the sweet and de­lec­ta­ble. There’s no lack of op­tions with all all kinds of tea, cof­fee, desserts and sand­wiches—did we men­tion all the ge­lato? Curl up with a hot drink on a couch, hang out by the large pic­ture win­dows or find a spot in the back. 1441 South Park Street, 902-425-9535

INDOCHINE BANH MI

Liz Smith loved the Viet­namese banh mi so much she de­cided she’d open her own sand­wich shop. Known for its flavour fu­sion Korean tacos, its bub­ble tea smooth­ies, its bang on pho, its sal­ads ga­lore and the mighty banh mi this spot is veg­e­tar­ian-, gluten-free and lunch time-friendly. 1551 South Park Street, 902-407-1222

JACKY’S CAFE

A very tiny, very ca­sual Chi­nese cafe in the pro­fes­sional cen­tre at Spring Gar­den and Ro­bie. A per­fect spot to pop in for lunch while you’re wait­ing to fill a pre­scrip­tion. 5991 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-446-4060

JEAN’S CHI­NESE RES­TAU­RANT

In to­tal, the Jean broth­ers have over 50 years ex­pe­ri­ence in Chi­nese restau­rants (in­clud­ing pre­par­ing food for the Ja­panese prime min­is­ter in 1988). The din­ing room is sim­ple, but don’t let that fool you—the food is flavour­ful, with a deft touch of spicy heat. 5972 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-444-7776

JINCHENG CHI­NESE CUI­SINE

The panda is the mas­cot at this au­then­tic Sichuan Chi­nese res­tau­rant, but the real story here is the food. How can you not be tempted by a beef and broc­coli dish called Red Bull Climbs Up Green Moun­tain? How does it all end? Spi­cily. 1569 Dres­den Row, 902-431-8588

THE JUICE PRESS, SOUTH PARK

Give your­self a jolt of fresh-pressed good­ness with the sec­ond lo­ca­tion of Hal­i­fax’s Juice Press, maker of raw juices and map­per of juice cleanses. 1551 South Park Street, 902-423-7783

JUST SPRING ROLL

It’s al­ways ser­vice with a smile at

Just Spring Roll, a teensy res­tau­rant counter that we know, love and crave on the reg­u­lar (es­pe­cially be­fore a cheap-night movie). Serv­ing up a va­ri­ety of Viet­namese and Thai dishes, there’s much more than just spring rolls here. Hot flavours and gen­uinely sweet ser­vice make it a win­ner. Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-446-3536

JUST US! COF­FEE­HOUSE, SPRING GAR­DEN

The down­town lo­ca­tion of the thor­oughly green, thor­oughly fair trade Nova Sco­tia cof­fee peo­ple. Stop by their warm and wel­com­ing spot in a ren­o­vated Vic­to­rian and en­joy the reg­u­lar live mu­sic that goes on in the evenings. All events at Just Us! are all ages and by do­na­tion. 5896 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-423-0856

KO-DORAKU

With its own en­trace on Brenton Street, this lit­tle hide­away is a cozy, cheap lunchtime spot with couches for loung­ing you lunch break away and in­cred­i­bly fresh sushi for eat­ing un­til you can’t any­more. 5640 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-423-8787

KRAVE BURGER

Gourmet burg­ers and dogs, dressed up mac and cheese, lo­cal beer and milk­shakes—krave seem­ingly has it all, no? The fo­cus is qual­ity. The at­mos­phere is comfy. And the onion rings are ad­dic­tive. 1580 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-407-5728

LA FRASCA CIBI & VINI

In­spired by the tra­di­tional pop-up bars of Fri­uli, Italy, where fam­i­lies would hang a tree branch in front of their home to in­vite friends and neigh­bours in for drinks, food and qual­ity so­cial­iz­ing. La Frasca keeps it ca­sual while still stun­ning with a mas­sive bar, a busy col­lage-wall of Ital­ian past and present, and of course, damn good food. 5650 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-422-2866

THE LEMON TREE

Gino Bora and Mual­lah Gun­duz’s cozy and re­laxed Turk­ish res­tau­rant is a wel­come ad­di­tion to Vin­tage Row, serv­ing up fresh and un­for­get­table au­then­tic flavours and home-style ser­vice. 1532 Queen Street, 902-877-7007

LE BISTRO BY LIZ

A bit of old world French charm, with quick lunches, great brunches and din­ners you’ll want to drag out all night. Keep­ing with a re­laxed bistro­like at­mos­phere, Le Bistro’s menu of­fers Parisian-in­spired favourites like savoury crepes as well as an An­gus burger, pan seared had­dock and of course, desserts. 1333 South Park Street, 902-423-8428

MARY’S PLACE CAFE II

This homey down­town diner is home to all-day break­fast, hot daily lunch spe­cials, de­li­cious Mid­dle East­ern dishes and gluten-free and ve­gan op­tions. You’ll feel at home (and to­tally sat­is­fied) here. 5982 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-404-7171

MASHAWEE MEDITER­RANEAN GRILL

Take a trip to the Mediter­ranean Sea with­out leav­ing down­town Hal­i­fax. Mashawee of­fers up af­ford­able com­bos as well as un­de­ni­able favourites like falafel and shawarma. 1526 Dres­den Row, 902-423-9742

MEXICALI ROSA’S

Spring Gar­den’s stal­wart Mex­i­can res­tau­rant of­fers Mex­i­can stan­dards, like bur­ri­tos, tamales, tacos and fa­ji­tas, and pours an ar­ray of icy-cool blended mar­gar­i­tas—drink ’em back for cheap on Mon­days. Mexi’s also boats one of the city’s best rooftop pa­tios, giv­ing a birds eye view of the city’s south end. 5472 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-422-7672

MINATO SUSHI JA­PANESE RES­TAU­RANT

The char­ac­ter-filled Minato is cozy but there’s enough space to put down your shop­ping bags and en­joy some good sushi. Maki, sashimi and other Ja­panese treats are well rep­re­sented (these dragon rolls are a thing of beauty) but leave room for spicy Korean dishes, in­clud­ing bee­bim bap and noo­dles. 1520 Queen Street, 902-420-0331

NAT­U­RAL KARAOKE

With six pri­vate rooms off Spring Gar­den Road, this could be the place to fi­nally un­leash your in­ner pop star. While you may not get the rush of per­form­ing for a room full of strangers, guar­an­teed your iffy ver­sion of “To­tal Eclipse of the Heart” won’t get you tossed out. And while you’re scour­ing that song book, have a look at the menu too, Chi­nese food ga­lore. 5680 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-446-7464

OA­SIS PUB & EATERY

If rea­son­able chicken wings and pitch­ers of beer are your idea of par­adise, try Oa­sis. A down-inthe-base­ment sports bar with big screen tele­vi­sions, pool ta­bles and shuf­fle­boards, and if you’re lucky you’ll be en­ter­tained by live mu­sic or karaoke. 5661 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-422-2227

PAVIA GALLERY ESPRESSO BAR & CAFE, HAL­I­FAX CEN­TRAL LI­BRARY

Gone are the days of trekking out to Her­ring Cove to en­joy a taste of Pavia (JK, you should still take the time to do that too)—the Ital­ian-qual­ity cof­fee and fresh-baked good­ies are avail­able in the almighty Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, too. 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, first and fifth floor

PETE’S FINE FOODS

Pete’s has long been the go-to des­ti­na­tion for fresh pro­duce and its in­ter­na­tional, some­thing-for-everone gro­cery se­lec­tion. What keeps many cus­tomers com­ing back is the store’s English mar­ket am­biance, pre­pared meals and the colour­ful pro­pri­etor Pete Luck­ett him­self. 1515 Dres­den Row, 902-425-5700

PITA PIT

Another lo­ca­tion of the pita-mas­ter serves up quick, healthy lunches in wrap form. 5474 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-425-7482

PIZZA DE­LIGHT

A ca­sual din­ing res­tau­rant and bar open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with all-you-can eat lunch and break­fast buf­fets, a grill-your-own­bread bar, $4 drinks and lunch and din­ner spe­cials. 5680 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-455-0990

THE PORT

This NSLC spe­cialty bou­tique has an ex­cel­lent se­lec­tion of wines from both the new and old world and a self-sam­pling sta­tion for cus­tomers to get a taste of some of the finest wines in store. Though the grape is the star here, there’s a range of im­ported and lo­cal hard-to-find beers and spir­its shar­ing the lime­light. 5440 Clyde Street, 902-422-0580

PRI­MAL KITCHEN

Whether it’s cured, smoked or grilled to per­fec­tion, Pri­mal con­cen­trates its tal­ents on all things freshly butchered. From the sea, from the land, cheeses and desserts, plus every char­cu­terie imag­in­able Pri­mal wants to en­gage your an­i­mal in­stincts. 1463 Brenton Street, 902-429-3499

ROCK­BOT­TOM BREW­PUB

An in­ti­mate and nicely ap­pointed bar with mul­ti­ple booths be­neath the al­ways-busy Your Fa­ther’s Mous­tache, Rock­bot­tom of­fers a small but up­scale menu and great ser­vice to top it off, along with its in-house mi­cro­brew. 5686 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-423-2938

SMIL­ING GOAT OR­GANIC ESPRESSO BAR

One of Hal­i­fax’s most stylish cof­fee bars brings you pre­mium, lo­cally roasted fair trade cof­fee made fresh one cup at a time, plus loose teas, fresh-squeezed fruit juices and del­ish bak­ery items. Look for the weekly spe­cials of the finest java kind. 1551 South Park Street, 902-446-3366

SPRING GAR­DEN PLACE FOOD COURT

The fra­grance of fresh-baked treats sets this mall food court apart from its fast-food com­peti­tors. Choose from Ko Doraku, Ran­jee­sha’s Hot n’ Spicy Eat­ing, Euro­pean-style cof­fee joint The Bon Cafe or Bonne Cui­sine. Spring Gar­den Place, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road

STEVE-O-RENO’S CAP­PUC­CINO

The break­fast of cham­pi­ons: Steve’s cof­fee and an egg-o-reno bagel sand­wich. The quin­tes­sen­tial lo­cal cof­fee hang draws in the morn­ing crowds, but come back any­time dur­ing the day and you’ll find latte lovers lin­ger­ing in­side or out on the side­walk bench, en­joy­ing the sun. For lunch, watch out for pop-up ap­pear­ances by Moon­hei’s Korean De­lights. 1536 Brunswick Street, 902-429-3034

STILL­WELL BEERGARDEN

Bar­ring­ton Street’s Still­well beer bar gives into its love for al fresco drink­ing with this sis­ter project—an open air beer gar­den show­cas­ing a chang­ing line-up of 10 taps of craft beer. But the fun doesn’t end there. Be­sides serv­ing up bar­be­cue-in­spired snacks from an on-site kitchen in a ship­ping con­tainer, Still­well wel­comes spe­cial guests Man­ual Food & Drink Co and its itty-bitty dairy bar, fea­tur­ing tasty cof­fees, baked goods and soft serve. Hello, heaven! 5688 Spring Gar­den Road

SUSHI JET

For­merly In Spring, this Sushi Jet lo­ca­tion brings the same model to Spring Gar­den that it did to Sal­ter Street —100-plus all you can eat Ja­panese and Thai op­tions. 5518 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-420-7888

SUSHI NAMI ROYALE

With a unique and ex­ten­sive sushi menu cre­ated by owner Dae C. Jon and head chef John Sam, this res­tau­rant aims to please the dis­cern­ing sushi fa­natic in a stylish, classy en­vi­ron­ment. 1535 Dres­den Row, 902-422-9020

SUZUKI RES­TAU­RANT

Suzuki serves to Haligo­ni­ans an au­then­tic taste of Ja­panese din­ing in a so­phis­ti­cated set­ting. Choose from the pop­u­lar sushi bar, or try the teriyaki and noo­dle soups. For an in­ti­mate meal, grab a pri- vate booth, or re­move your shoes and sit in the tra­di­tional room. 1579 Dres­den Row, 902-425-8888

SWEET JANE’S

Half the fun of a trip to Sweet Jane’s is mixing and match­ing all those fun sweets and toys into a gift for some­one spe­cial. Like you. Retro candy, lunch­boxes, tin toys, plush an­i­mals and cards are hard to re­sist. 1300 Queen Street, 902-425-0168

TACO DEL MAR

The first Taco del Mar fran­chise east of On­tario brings quick baja-in­spired Mex­i­can eats to down­town. Started in Seat­tle, this cousin of Sub­way is known for its bur­ri­tos, guac, taco sal­ads, na­chos and more (fish tacos, ev­ery­one!). 1526 Dres­den Row, 902-446-2252

TOM’S LIT­TLE HA­VANA

The long loved down­town hang­out, with its dark cor­ners and wing­backed chairs, man­aged to pull off its new lo­ca­tion with­out a hitch, keep­ing that ef­fort­lessly warm at­mos­phere in­tact a few blocks from its pre­vi­ous digs. Tom’s serves lunch and din­ner, as well as lo­cal craft beer, many a scotch and what­ever other poi­son you’ve picked. You’ll be com­fort­able at Tom’s whether it’s a first date, a long-over­due catch up ses­sion or a af­ter work beer by your­self. 1540 Birm­ing­ham Street, 902-423-8667

TURK­ISH DE­LIGHT RES­TAU­RANT

The scent of grilled lamb floats out to the side­walk through the open win­dow in the front of this cozy res­tau­rant, lur­ing din­ers in for an au­then­tic meal of ke­baps, pi­laf and other fresh de­lights. Ei­ther sit down in the din­ing room, dressed in oceanic colours and richly pat­terned table­cloths, or grab mezes to go at the counter. Don’t for­get the baklava. 5680 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-446-4366

UN­COM­MON GROUNDS

You can find your next cof­fee fix nestled in­side the Hal­i­fax Pub­lic Gar­dens from April to Oc­to­ber. Get some pip­ing-hot joe (or maybe an iced ver­sion of it) or a scoop of Sugah! ice cream.. Hor­ti­cul­tural Hall, Hal­i­fax Pub­lic Gar­dens, 902-420-1562

WOW HOT POT RES­TAU­RANT

It’s get­ting hot in here, so fill up all your bowls. Spring Gar­den’s new­est resto ar­rival serves up tra­di­tional hot pot—the ul­ti­mate so­cial meal. 5650 Spring Gar­den Road

XTREME PIZZA

These pizza and pou­tine ex­perts aren’t afraid to get a lit­tle ex­treme The self-pro­claimed “home of the stuffed pou­tine” also of­fers up some out­ra­geous pizza top­ping com­bos. Onion ring burger pizza? Spaghetti and meat­ball pizza? At Xtreme, its go big or go home empty-handed. 5970 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-404-1600

YOUR FA­THER’S MOUS­TACHE

The Mous­tache’s fa­mous rooftop deck over­looks the town, a per­fect place to peo­ple-watch while im­bib­ing un­der a large um­brella. In­side the pub, the club sand­wich draws ’em in, as does the ’Stache’s ros­ter of live en­ter­tain­ment—in­clud­ing one of the city’s long­est-run­ning live gigs, Joe Mur­phy and the Wa­ter Street Blues Band. 5686 Spring Gar­den Road, 902-423-6766

The Black Sheep’s camp­fire old fash­ioned. SAM KEAN

Your Fa­ther’s Mous­tache. RI­LEY SMITH

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