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Far out in the North Atlantic, Newfoundland is wrapped in thick fog and chilled air most of the year. From Vikings in 1000 A.D. to the Europeans of the 15th century, Newfoundland has seen many a visitor, ghosts included.

Over time, folklore and superstitions have persisted, lending themselves to more than a few urban legends. While these ghost stories cannot be proven by fact, locals agree these St. John’s spots hold more than just history.

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If you're a poutine purist, you might not like this. Newfoundland poutine is a unique version of the classic Canadian dish with an interesting ingredient.

Canada is home to many unique and tasty secrets, like a Nanaimo bar trail, a Nova Scotia ice cream flavour, a winter cocktail and more.

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This takes the dining experience to a whole new level. The JAG Hotel in St. John's is getting creative when it comes to ensuring physical distancing at its restaurant. Now people will be dining next to mannequins.

Located in downtown St. John's, this boutique hotel is finally allowed to let people back into Exile, its in-house restaurant, again.

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No doubt there is a LOT of talent in Newfoundland, especially when it comes to the arts.  Specifically tattoo artists. Tattoos are a beautiful form of art that generally carry a lot of meaning so you wanna be sure you choose the right person so that you can love your body art. 

READ ALSO: 8 Beautiful Beaches In Newfoundland That You Must Explore This Summer

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The only thing that can make a dinner date better is an amazing view. Given that Newfoundland is an island, the downtown area in St. John's has some amazing restaurants near the harbour. 

READ ALSO:6 Amazing Swimming Holes In St. John's That Are The Perfect Summer Hangout Spot

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