17 New Local Halifax Businesses To Watch Out For In 2017

You have to check these spots out ASAP.

With such a strong emphasis on supporting local businesses within our community, it’s important to stay in touch with the entrepreneurs that are working hard to make things happen in the HRM.  2016 saw lots of new small businesses opening up all over the city, offering second-hand clothes, beauty products, woodworking classes and so much more!

Considering the massive quantity of establishments that have formed in Halifax over the past couple years, we thought we’d put together an article that included a ton of new local shops and studios that you have to visit ASAP.

And don’t worry if a couple spots are missing – we’ll be putting out another article soon dedicated entirely to new restaurants, cafes and bars that have sprouted up in Halifax recently!

11 Street Boutique // 5649 Hennessey Street

Menand womenswear Boutique

AMG Collectibles // 6021 Young Street 

Sports and entertainment memorabilia

Earth Goddess // 5528 Kaye Street

Jewellry and holistic gifts

Hands-On Halifax // 6070 Almon Street

Community woodworking shop

Jake’s Florist & Chocolatier // 3204 Barrington Street

Floral arrangements and chocolate gifts

Made In The Maritimes // 5527 Young Street

High quality, Maritime made products

Timber Lounge // 2712 Agricola Street

Axe throwing bar

SattVa Boutique // 2453 Agricola St

Eco-conscious, locally sourced apparel

Pramana // 2207 Gottingen St

Theraputic Massage and Yoga

Workshop & Co. // 2470 Maynard Street

Unique furniture and household goods

On The Mat // 2985 Oxford St

Corporate yoga services

Vica Boutique // 5475 Spring Garden Road

Jewellery and clothing store

Pong Social Club // 1741 Grafton Street

Ping pong club

Smile Studio Apparel // 1658 Market St

Women's clothing store

Soap In Your Mouth // 5239 Blowers St

Homemade soap retailer

QTique Fashion Boutique // 1020 Barrington St

Designer men & womenswear shop

Moon Moon Cosmetics // 1475 Lower Water St

East-Asian beauty product vendor

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