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Taste of Nova Scotia Restaurants

Taste of Nova Scotia is a unique, province-wide, marketing program, whose members are committed to offering the most exceptional local culinary experiences in Nova Scotia.

Made up of more than 180 members, including farmers, fishers, chefs, winemakers, brewers, distillers, bakers, chocolatiers and more, Taste of Nova Scotia’s membership are truly passionate about their craft and continually strive to be the best at what they do. Whether traditional or contemporary, their products and fare reflect the culinary and cultural heritage of Nova Scotia. Taste of Nova Scotia logo


Look for the Taste of Nova Scotia logo which is proudly displayed by Taste members as their pledge to provide a memorable dining experience, one that sets Nova Scotia as a leading culinary destination.

 

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Lunenburg
South Shore

t: (902) 634-3333

Old Fish Factory Restaurant & Ice House Bar South Shore
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Kentville
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley

t: (902) 678-3199

Paddy's Brewpub & Rosie's Restaurant Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
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Pictou
Northumberland Shore

t: (902) 485-4322

Pictou Lodge Beachfront Resort Northumberland Shore
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Summerville Beach
South Shore

t: (902) 683-2998

Quarterdeck Beachside Villas & Grill South Shore
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Pubnico
Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

t: (902) 762-2112

Red Cap Restaurant Yarmouth & Acadian Shores
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Indian Harbour
South Shore

t: (902)821-3013

Rhubarb at the Oceanstone Resort South Shore
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Yarmouth
Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

t: (902) 742-7311

Rudder's Seafood Restaurant & Brew Pub Yarmouth & Acadian Shores
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Halifax
Halifax Metro

t: (902) 490-3331

Seasons by Atlantica Halifax Metro
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Hubbard
South Shore

t: (902) 857-9555

Shore Club Lobster Suppers South Shore
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Antigonish
Northumberland Shore

t: (902) 863-4890

Snow Queen Northumberland Shore
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Peggy's Cove
South Shore

t: (902) 823-2561

Sou'Wester Gift Shop & Restaurant South Shore
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Halifax
Halifax Metro

t: (902) 444-4400

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