As this beautiful Sunday night begins to unfold, we find ourselves frantically messaging with friends to decide what the evenings plan is, itching to get out of the house and down a cold beer in anticipation of Monday

Halifax has the most bars per capita in North America, and as a result deciding where to party can be overwhelming. We’ve compiled a list of the most unusual restaurants and bars in the province, a collection of spots you should try taking your friends next time someone suggests the squad reach Lower Deck.

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Noble // 1563 Barrington Street, Halifax

Beneath the unassuming Middle Spoon Desserterie on Barrington street lies Noble, Halifax’s hidden speak easy cocktail bar and lounge. Those in the know receive Noble’s new password every week via email – if you want to subscribe just click the asterisk on the top right of The Middle Spoon’s webpage. The artisanal cocktails here are all triples, so watch out!

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Lot Six // 1685 Argyle Street, Halifax

Upon entering Lot Six, breeze past the seating section at the front of the restaurant and head to the giant glass atrium in the back of the building. There you’ll find one of the most unique spaces in Halifax to enjoy gourmet cocktails and delicious sea food. The atrium used to be used to host weekly salsa competitions, and now acts as an extremely impressive spot to take your next date.

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Blomidon Inn // 195 Main Street, Wolfville

Rufus Burgess purchased the lot on which Blomidon Inn now stands in April of 1881 for $1400. He was a wealthy merchant, and built the beautiful property that now stands as a popular Bed and Breakfast in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. The Inn’s Victorian Garden was fully restored in 1995, and now acts as a beautiful place to walk after grabbing dinner and drinks!

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Alteregos // 2193 Gottingen Street, Halifax

By day Alteregos is a cozy, north end coffee shop, where visitors can enjoy homemade pastries, craft beers and cappuccinos. On the second floor there’s a hostel where travelers can crash for the night. And once a month Alteregos clears all the tables and brings in some of the best hip hop DJ’s in Halifax for an epic north end dance party! Their events are typically advertised on the low, so be sure to subscribe to the Altergos Facebook page and keep an eye out for the next one.

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Le Caveau Restaurant // 11611 Highway 1, Grand Pre

Le Caveau is situated on a gorgeous, sprawling property in Grand Pre, Nova Scotia. If you’re looking for a more sophisticated vibe, be sure to check out the extensive wine selection at their fine dining restaurant. For a more relaxed evening out enjoy their popular Martini Night, hosted on the spacious terrace that doubles as an amazing space to rent out for weddings and birthday parties.

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Timber Lounge //  2712 Agricola Street, Halifax

The Timber Lounge is a restaurant and bar that also acts as a recreational axe throwing facility. Whether you’re looking to join an axe throwing league, or just host an extraordinary party with friends, Timber Lounge is a great spot for corporate events, competitive axe throwing events and weekend drop ins! Standard booking is $30.00 per person.

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Sou’Wester // 178 Peggys Point Road, Peggys Cove

Patrons at the Sou’Wester in Peggy’s Cove get a sit down dining experience that looks out over one of the most beautiful ocean views in Canada. Try some delicious local seafood in the maritime-themed dining room, and after your meal browse through the souvenir shop for some Peggy’s Cove keepsakes!

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Tall Ship Silva // 1751 Lower Water Street, Halifax

Head out on the Tall Ship Silva for a relaxed harbour tour, or get a group of friends together and organize a wild booze cruise aboard Halifax’s premiere sailing service. A great spot to hold weddings, company functions or birthday parties, Tall Ship Silva sails around the Halifax Harbour while it’s guests enjoy the on-board cocktails and appetizers.

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