Nova Scotia seafood lives up to its reputation with every delicious mouthful:
- Lobster - At a beach bonfire or a wharf-side bistro in white linen elegance – fresh-caught, world-renowned Nova Scotia lobster is delicious in any setting.
- Digby scallops – These are the gold standard of scallop; plump, sweet, perfectly seared, served on their beautiful shells just hours after coming ashore.
- Mussels – Enjoyed steamed with wine, garlic and lemon, accompanied by a cold local beer on the deck of a pub overlooking the ocean.
Some of the country’s best restaurants, top chefs, award-winning wineries and internationally-renowned culinary vacation experiences are on the menu. Look for the Taste of Nova Scotia logo in restaurants and on great Nova Scotian delicacies like smoked salmon, maple syrup, blueberries and more. Their job it is to identify the best Nova Scotia dining experiences and indigenous delights. Visit their website for culinary festival information and vacation ideas.
Wine & Vineyards
2010 represents the 300th anniversary of grape growing in the province. The number of award-winning wineries
in Nova Scotia is a testament to their commitment and dedication to the craft. Nova Scotia wines like L’Acadie Blanc, or New York Muscat, are grown in heart of Acadia. They are the perfect complement to our Digby scallops.
Explore our Nova Scotia recipes section and perfect your own lobster pasta, blueberry scones, planked salmon or mussels marinara. Tempt your tastebuds as you’re planning the perfect vacation.
Adventures in Taste showcases unique and memorable culinary and wine tourism experiences authentic to Nova Scotia’s culture, heritage and lifestyle.
Explore the flavours of Nova Scotia.
Taste the fresh local products of our land and our sea.
Discover the artistry of our winemakers, chefs, farmers and producers.
If you love food and seek adventure, Nova Scotia has a bounty of culinary experiences for you to savour.
What will your adventure be?