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ST. ANDREWS: The best for last, part II

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On November 5, 2007 2 Comments

Once we arrived in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, the plan was to wander around town and grab dinner. But we were so tired once we checked into the… Read More »

ST. ANDREWS: The best for last, part I

In Maritimes, Restaurants, Sights, Sleeping On November 4, 2007 3 Comments

I’m not one for superlatives but our time at the Rossmount Inn counts in my top 10 favourite stays of all-time. Not only for the location in idyllic… Read More »

BATHURST: Home on the north shore

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Sleeping On November 2, 2007 0 Comments

I have fond, fond memories of northern New Brunswick where I was lucky, yet crazy, enough to live for two years. People here like to say: “There’s no… Read More »

SHEDIAC: Fantastic fried clams

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On November 1, 2007 2 Comments

UPDATE July 2009: Gould’s Fried clams is now closed, replaced by a Chinese-Canadian buffet. I had promised Jason I’d show him what a real lobster roll looked like… Read More »

HALIFAX: Breakfast at the Ardmore

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On October 29, 2007 1 Comment

The Ardmore Tea Room is a busy place on weekends, packed with hungover bleary-eyed twenty-somethings as I once used to be. Insert sigh here. But on a weekday,… Read More »

LUNENBURG: Postcard perfect brunch

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants, Sights On October 27, 2007 0 Comments

Growing up, whenever someone mentioned the Maritimes, I pictured in my head colourful wooden buildings along a coastline. I’m sure that was because of postcards I had seen… Read More »

HALIFAX: Jane’s on the Common

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On October 23, 2007 1 Comment

I know Halifax has scores of excellent restaurants downtown and on the waterfront but I wanted to try a laid-back gem that only locals know about. My friend… Read More »

HALIFAX: The East Coast donair

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Restaurants On October 17, 2007 12 Comments

This is Pizza Corner, the infamous intersection of Grafton and Blowers Street that features three different pizza outlets on three corners. It’s a magnet for people spilling out… Read More »