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If you're looking for a great cocktail in Nova Scotia, why not try one of the best bars on the continent? The best bars in North America were ranked for the first time ever, and a Nova Scotia bar was the only resto in the province to make the list!

Bar Kismet in Halifax was named among the top 50 in the inaugural awards for the 50 Best Bars In North America, which were revealed on Tuesday, June 7.

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Sometimes when you're out with your pals, one pint of beer just isn't enough – but maybe a portable washer and dryer is?

Farside in Toronto invited its patrons to help them "kill the kegs" in an interesting way last week before closing down until indoor dining re-opens.

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This local Toronto bar created their Bloordale Village street out of gingerbread, and it may be the most Toronto Christmas display you've ever seen.

The massive gingerbread streetscape is on display at Penny's on Bloor Street West and took over six weeks, 150 hours and 15 pounds of gingerbread to make.

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If you've ever been to Gastown, you already know that it's the place to go for the mysterious adventure of your dreams. Hole-in-the-wall vintage stores, old architecture, and vibrant shops lining the streets all work to set the mood of this Vancouver neighbourhood.

A recent addition is a new bar called The Forge, which just opened this July, hidden within Irish-style Smith's Bar & Restaurant. With a little luck of the Irish, it's been a huge hit with locals as a place where they can grab a pint and enjoy some live music.

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Qui aurait cru entendre en 2021 « Hey, on va-tu prendre un verre au Benny&Co »? C'est pourtant le cas, puisqu'une toute nouvelle succursale a maintenant pignon sur rue dans le Vieux-Montréal et elle a un je-ne-sais-quoi d'unique que tu ne retrouveras pas à travers la chaîne.

Situé à l'angle des rues Saint-Jacques et Saint-François-Xavier, pratiquement en diagonale de la basilique Notre-Dame, il est impossible de manquer l'immense et populaire coq jaune, qui cache entre ses quatre murs un Benny&Co.

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