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Are you always on the hunt for the next killer cocktail? Then get ready to shake things up at IMBIBE, hosted by the Savour Food & Wine Festival. On Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 7pm-9:30pm, the Lord Nelson Hotel will be the place to indulge for a night of cocktails, hors d’oevres and music.
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If there’s one thing Haligonians love, it’s a good brunch—and no Canadian brunch would be complete without that classic Canadian cocktail, the Caesar. This popular drink is a twist on a Bloody Mary and features vodka and Clamato juice—a mix of tomato and clam juice.
The drink was invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 and is now on menus across the country with millions of devoted fans. Caesar recipes have since been spiced up and garnished with just about anything you can think of. One thing is for sure, there’s no shortage of variety when it comes to finding a great Caesar in Halifax.
While usually paired with brunch, these Caesars are so good you just might want to drink one at any time of the day!
Here are some of the best places to get a Caesar in Halifax:
In the concealed corners of the city, locals and visitors alike can enjoy some of Halifax’s best cocktails, finest brewed beers and creative cuisine. Halifax has underground drinking dens, speakeasies, restaurants hidden down alley ways, on roof-tops, and behind unmarked doors, all waiting to be discovered.
These places may be hard to find, but they’re definitely worth the effort. Here are the best hidden bars in Halifax. Keep your eyes peeled, because they’re all around you—half the fun is finding them! Continue reading
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Jess + cocktails = the best relationship. I’m always in search of delicious cocktails downtown, so when I received this assignment I was more than ready to try out some new places and some new cocktails.