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Experience Irish hospitality as you visit the Durty Nelly’s Pub. This restaurant is popular for serving authentic Irish cuisine and is famous specially for the Irish Breakfast, Nelly’s Breakfast, Guinness Braised Lamb Shank which are all must-trys. The delicious dishes are accompanied by an impressive list of beverages. You can choose from the classic Irish whiskey or signature cocktails on their menu to go with your meal. The ambiance of this restaurant is casual with intimate seating arrangement, making it a great place to catch up with your friends.
This bar slash entertainment venue on Argyle Street is unpretentious, casual and fun, as is evident right from its unique name. The food here is great, the music is lively, and the crowd is energetic and vibrant. And once you visit this place you will find you don't need any more reasons to have a great time. Happy hours at the Foggy Goggle are between 3p and 7p. Don't forget to sample the Goggle Burger that's prepared with grilled homemade beef and is totally bacon infused. Another absolutely divine item on the menu is the Lobster Mac & Cheese; don't miss it even if you are watching those calories. Besides listening to live music, you can also play a game of Scrabble, or listen to some old records from the collection available at the Foggy Goggle.
The Stubborn Goat, in downtown Halifax is where you'd find an interesting bar program coupled with comfort food done up with a unique, gourmet twist. The bar menu focuses on a great variety of draft and craft beers - they have stouts, pale ales, porters, lagers, ciders, barley wines, you name it! If beer isn't your poison, The Stubborn Goat offers a broad selection of cocktails and wine too. Delectable, North-American fare dominates the food menu here, expect several burgers, pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, steaks and lots more. They also have a section dedicated to share-able small plates, making it the perfect spot to catch up with old friends over a few pints and great food.
A popular brunch, dinner and drinking spot, the Old Triangle Irish Alehouse serves up a combination of traditional British and Irish pub grub as well as burgers, seafood platters and numerous vegetarian options. British, Irish and Canadian brews are on tap and the bar is open extra late most nights. Every night, there is live music from local bands and often Irish dancing on Sunday afternoons.
Rock Bottom is a microbrewery, pub and restaurant all rolled into one, located on Spring Garden Road. Known for its micro-beers, the pub has a variety which ranges from IPAs to stout beers. You can try out the beer sampler menu to get a taste of all of them. The wine menu here is also quite extensive while the food consists of a variety of traditional and innovative American eats. Trying out these delicious options at this casual and cozy pub, with colorful stone walls and high-top tables, is bound to be a great experience.
Established in 1834, Henry House was built for John Metlez, a prominent citizen and landlord. Located on Barrington Street, the two story building is best known to be the temporary home to the Father of the Confederation, William Alexander Henry. The building now functions as a tavern, also called Henry House, best known for its ales and craft beers. Drop in at this historic place for not only a few drinks and tasty British pub fare, but also for its architectural heritage.