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50 Bucket List Bars Every True Haligonian Needs To Try

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50 Bucket List Bars Every True Haligonian Needs To Try

One of the best parts about living in Halifax is the amazing night life scene we have here!  Our city has the most bars per capita in North America, and as a result we get a little bit of everything – from massive nightclubs, to historical pubs over three hundred years old, to craft breweries and more!

There are always new bars opening up throughout the city for you to discover.  We put together a list of 50 spots that all Halifax residents need to check out ASAP!

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1. Pacifico // 505 Barrington St

2. Split Crow // 1855 Granville Street

3. Reflections Cabaret // 5187 Salter Street

4. Locas Billiards // 5171 George Street

5. The Grawood // 6136 University Avenue

6. The Wardroom // 6350 Coburg Road

7. The Gradhouse // 1252 Lemarchant Street

8. Pong Social Club // 1741 Grafton Street

9. Gorsebrook Pub // 923 Robie Street

10. Tom’s Little Havana // 1540 Birmingham Street

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11. Stillwell Beer Bar // 1672 Barrington Street

12. Menz and Mollyz // 2182 Gottingen Street

13. Lion and Bright // 2534 Agricola Street

14. Cheers Bar & Grill // 1741 Grafton Street

15. The Dome // 1726 Argyle St

16. The Argyle // 1575 Argyle Street

17. The Seahorse // 2037 Gottingen Street

18. The Marquee // 2037 Gottingen St

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19. The Lower Deck // 1887 Upper Water Street

20. Halifax Alehouse // 1717 Brunswick Street

21. Maxwell’s Plum // 1600 Grafton Street

22. The Foggy Goggle // 1667 Argyle Street

23. The Carleton // 1685 Argyle Street

24. The Old Triangle // 5136 Prince Street

25. Gus’s Pub // 2605 Agricola Street

26. The Company House // 2202 Gottingen Street

27. Lion’s Head Tavern // 3081 Robie Street

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28. Bitter End // 1572 Argyle Street

29. Timber Lounge // 2712 Agricola Street

30. Bubba Ray’s Sports Bar // 5640 Spring Garden Road

31. Obladee // 1600 Barrington Street

32. Durty Nelly’s // 1660 Argyle Street

33. Your Father’s Moustache // 5686 Spring Garden Road

34. Oasis Pub // 5661 Spring Garden Road

35. Bearly’s House of Blues // 1269 Barrington Street

36. Noble // 1269 Barrington St

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37. Rock Bottom Brew Pub // 5686 Spring Garden Road

38. Economy Shoe Shop // 1663 Argyle Street

39. Resolutes // 5461 Inglis Street

40. The Stubborn Goat // 1579 Grafton Street

41. Niche Lounge // 1505 Barrington Street

42. The Fireside // 1542 Birmingham Street

43. Studio East // 6021 Cunard Street

44. Good Robot // 2736 Robie Street

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45. Lot Six // 1685 Argyle Street

46. 2 Doors Down // 1533 Barrington Street

47. The Auction House // 1726 Argyle Street

48. Gahan House // 1877 Upper Water Street

49. HFX Sports Bar & Grill // 1721 Brunswick Street

50. Red Stag Tavern // 1496 Lower Water Street

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