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If you’ve always wanted to dine at a European cafe, you can do so without even leaving Canada. This new all-day restaurant in downtown Halifax will make you feel like you're eating in a French bistro rather than a Canadian eatery.

Café Lunette, which opened earlier this year in the Queen's Marque district of Halifax, is a charming "Parisian-inspired oasis" that acts as a cafe by day and a bistro by night.

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If you're looking for something new to try, Nova Scotia has its own wine, Tidal Bay, that's unique to the province and can't be made anywhere else in the world!

Wine lovers mostly likely know about popular Canadian wine regions like the Niagara Peninsula in Ontario and the Okanagan Valley in B.C.

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It's said that the way to someone's heart is through their stomach, which could be why dinner dates are so popular in Halifax. The problem is, when it comes to date nights, you don't always want to return to the same spots.

The next time you're struggling to figure out what to do for your next dinner date, we got you covered. You can check out our list of super romantic restaurants in Halifax to celebrate a special occasion.

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Who doesn't love a delicious doughnut? The next time you are craving doughnuts, you need to check out this doughnut shop in Halifax. Vandal Doughnuts is a must-stop spot and is totally worth the drive. Here, they offer an incredible menu of over 60 flavours of doughnuts, and you need to try them all!

Vandal Doughnuts has two locations in Nova Scotia, one in Halifax and the other in downtown Dartmouth. Both shops are open seven days a week and are cheap spots to eat if you are on a budget.

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Cooler temperatures have arrived, which have put an end to our wonderful patio season here in Halifax. But the more frosty temperatures don't need to put an end to your weekend cocktails with friends. Around the city, there have been several new bars in Halifax that you need to discover.

Now that it is getting chilly, you'll want to stay cozy indoors. Thankfully, there are tons of new cheap restaurants, cafes, and bars in Halifax that you can enjoy. We can't wait to explore all the latest local spots to have a cocktail or pint of craft beer.

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