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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:
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Halifax isn’t just about its downtown core, its amazing events, unique shopping, or its world-class culinary scene (although let’s be honest, those are pretty fantastic too). The Halifax region is home to some incredible hiking trails, and get this – they can be accessed within a 30-minute drive from downtown Halifax!
The variety of landscapes, scenery and terrain includes lakeside trails, ocean-side cliffs, serene woodland and secluded coves. And to top it all off, there’s no shortage of breathtaking views and vistas.
No matter what kind of hiking you want to do, throw on some layers to keep you warm, grab some snacks and enjoy the scenic trails of Halifax!
Here are my top 5 hikes within 30 minutes of downtown Halifax:
Fall is in the air, bringing crisp air and pops of yellow and red to the trees. If you love vibrant landscapes and colourful leaves, then be sure to check out our favourite places to experience fall colours in Halifax.
Pro tip: experiences can be heightened when paired with a pumpkin-spiced-anything and indie-folk playlists.
One of the best things about the Halifax region is the many distinct communities within an easy drive of downtown. The Halifax Regional Municipality is actually made up of over 200 unique communities, each with their own unique character and charm.
From Hubbards to Ecum Secum, exploring beyond Halifax’s downtown core provides visitors with a taste of the true East Coast. Take a leisurely drive to five off-the-beaten-path locations for an authentic Nova Scotian experience.
1 – Eastern Passage
Just across the harbour from the Halifax waterfront, Eastern Passage feels a world away. Continue reading